I am an ironworker and so tying rebar is something that comes naturally to me.
I have been doing it for years now and so it’s appreciate minute nature to me at this point. I do it all day just about every day. I labor with concrete on unusual construction sites and the crew and I labor absolutely hard most of the time. It’s absolutely a great job and usually I absolutely care about myself. My crew is great to labor with and the people I was with and I have a lot of fun together whenever the people I was with and I are toiling. I appreciate the way the jobs always come together and when the people I was with and I finish tying the rebar with 16 gauge double loop rebar ties, the foundation gets laid. I love seeing a job come together and after the people I was with and I tie rebar with these 16 gauge double loop rebar ties, the people I was with and I always suppose that the foundation is going to be sturdy and strong. As an ironworker, I end up using thoUSAnds of these American made double loop wire ties to do our job. Every one of us use 16 gauge double loop rebar ties on a general basis, but once in a while the people I was with and I end up using a unusual size or a unusual length. It just always depends on the job that the people I was with and I are doing. The last job that the people I was with and I did, the people I was with and I ended up using 14 gauge double loop rebar ties instead of the 16 gauge ones, but they were all certified domestic and they were made in the USA. I never knew that I would have to use so many of these things in our work as an ironworker back when I first started.