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1/2 in. x 1 ft. #4 Rebar (6-Per Bundle)

  • Raised ridges helps concrete grip the bar
  • Adds strength to concrete to prevent cracks
  • Manufactured from high levels of recycled raw scrap material
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Product Overview

Rebar is a steel bar or mesh of steel wires used as a tension device in reinforced concrete and reinforced masonry structures to strengthen and hold the concrete in tension. Rebar's surface is often patterned to form a better bond with the concrete. When added to concrete, the rebar adds strength and flexibility, which concrete alone does not have.
  • Can be used as a forming stake or connector tie
  • Ridges help concrete grip the bar
  • Rusting does not affect performance
  • Rebar may also be used to hold other steel bars in the correct position to accommodate their loads
  • 1 bundle = 6 pieces
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Diameter (in.)
.5
Product Length (in.)
12 in

Details

Grade
60
Material
Steel
Number of pieces per bundle
6
Product Weight (lb.)
.67
Rebar Size
#4 rebar
Returnable
90-Day
Type
Rebar

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Questions & Answers

3Questions6Answers

Is #4 rebar shear cut or saw cut?

Asked by Surveyor March 20, 2019
3
Answers

These were flat on the end. So maybe saw? They were straight too. I need a few more and later choose the "Weyerhaeuser 1/2 in x 4 ft. #4 Rebar" because I only needed a few more and could be delivered from the store. The Weyerhaeuser were not straight at all and had to use a vise and hammer to get them straight. Not sure if this was because of how they were cut at the store. No issues with the Boise.

Is rebar shear cut or saw cut?

Asked by Surveyor March 20, 2019
2
Answers

It depends on where they are located in the country. We have both types.

How do you tell the difference between #4 rebar and #3 rebar

Asked by Glen August 19, 2017
1
Answer

It’s based on the diameter of the bar. #4 = ½” #3 = 3/8”

Customer Reviews

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We used this rebar to hold up our walkway solar...
We used this rebar to hold up our walkway solar lights because the spikes they came with just weren’t cutting it. The diameter of the rebar was small enough to fit inside the hollow solar light stand without too much wiggle room. The rebar is working out well for us. We were pleased with the portable and compact packaging for the rebar (came in a small cylinder tube with lid). Very happy with this purchase.
by MARIA
Took weeks to be delivered to store for pickup...
Took weeks to be delivered to store for pickup
by HomeDepotCustomer
They work out just fine
They work out just fine
by Bob
Used for ground stakes
Used for ground stakes
by DavidF
1 person found this helpful
4 Star Review
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by HomeDepotCustomer
The ones sold in the bundle were straight. Nice.
The ones sold in the bundle were straight. Nice.
by HandyDad
Worked to hold up the cinder blocks for ...
Worked to hold up the cinder blocks for my raised garden beds.
by Kathah
1 person found this helpful
5 Star Review
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by BIRDDOG1089
I bought this to use with my outdoor solar lights. After a while the post no longer stays on the...
I bought this to use with my outdoor solar lights. After a while the post no longer stays on the small peg that comes with the light. The base cracks and the lights blow over. This way they stay put.
by Gardner
1 person found this helpful
It's #4 rebar so what else can I say? ...
It's #4 rebar so what else can I say?
by Pete
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