Don't use a circular saw on rebar! Reciprocating saw with a blade made for metal can work, but the best would be an angle grinder with a cut off disk for metal: https://www.homedepot.com/p/WALTER-SURFACE-TECHNOLOGIES-Toughcut-4-5-in-x-7-8-in-Arbor-x-3-32-in-Performance-Cutting-with-Angle-Grinders-25-Pack-11R042/305936104
I don't know, but I suspect not. I brought my own cordless angle grinder with a cutoff disc, and cut mine to length in the parking lot. (Just as easy to cut it there as to do it in the workshop, and easier to transport.) I'd call Home Depot to confirm, though, since I don't work there.
You are going to need 6.67 cubic feet of concrete, which is just a little over 11 80lb bags. 2 pieces of rebar spaced 16" apart should be plenty.
Hello Robert, glad to help answer your question. IF I was doing this project for myself, I would go with a 1 square foot pattern throughout the whole pad. That would leave you in need of approximately 170 sticks. You will also need plenty of rebar wire tie & some rebar saddles. Hope this helped.
Hello Patrick, glad to help answer your question. I noticed there weren't any dimensions other than length so I am going on a standard 3 foot wide sidewalk. I would go 3 rebar wide the whole length which would be 42 rebars. I would then cross tie the 32 inch cross rebars every 16 inches which you would need 108 of. That would be another 32 sticks of rebar cut to a length of 32 inches. A couple roles of steel Wire to tie them together. Hope this Helped.
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