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When reinforcing concrete, is it necessary for rebar to be tied together?

Always
68%
In most cases
21%
In some cases
7%
Not sure
2%
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Question: When reinforcing concrete, is it necessary for rebar to be tied together?
Top Answer (68% of 38 votes): Always.

Answer: In most cases
Explanation: In certain situations, for the purposes of load transfer, reentrant corner reinforcement, and other isolated situations it is not necessary to tie rebar, but in a mat situation it is necessary in order to achieve correct spacing of reinforcing members.
Maven Group LLC
Answer: In most cases
Explanation: 50-80% works good
Phoenix concrete services inc.
Answer: Always
Explanation: You need to tie the rebar together so that it does not shif or move during placement of the concrete.
Barrows Contracting Inc
ProMatcher
Answer: Always
Explanation: always to hold it together
alvaradomasonry
Answer: In most cases
Explanation: Rebar should aways be tied together unless there is an expansion joint in the pour.
Concrete services
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: Depends on what you are pouring the concrete for & size
Black Dirt Services LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: In most cases
Explanation: Depending on the job
h and h company
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: As long as the rebar is set in the right height but if not tied there a chance of movement
Ben's Handyman Inc Home Improvement Contractor
Answer: Always
Explanation: Or they won't be moving a round need to be 2 inches off the ground
Garcias Concrete Service LLC,
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