Sandbaggy Rebar Mushroom Safety Caps | For Rebar #3 to #8 | Concrete Stakes | T-Posts Caps
Double Loop Rebar Wire Ties - 4 Sizes Available: 3", 6", 12" or 18 Inch - 16 Gauge Steel
Sandbaggy Rebar Tie Wire Roll 16 Gauge | Black Annealed, Steel, Approx. 330 ft | Great for Securing Rebar | 3.5 lbs
U Shaped Rebar Stakes - Galvanized Steel - 12" x 2", diameter 3/8" (#3 Rebar)
Sandbaggy Automatic Rebar Wire Tie Twister Tool | Ties Rebar 2X Faster Than Manual Tool
Plastic Rebar Chairs - Elevates Rebar 1 ½" or 2" - Rebar #3 to #5 (Red)
Sandbaggy PVC Coated Rebar Tie Wire Roll 16 Gauge | Yellow Rust-Proof | Works With Plastic Epoxy Rebar | Approx. 300 ft Roll, 3 lbs
Sandbaggy Rebar Plastic Chair | Fits Rebar #3 to #5 | Available in 2 1/4" & 3 1/4" Lengths
J Hook Rebar Stakes - Galvanized Steel - 12" x 1.5" x 2.8" (#3 Rebar)
Sandbaggy Rebar Wire Tie Twister Tool | Galvanized Steel Components to Prevent Rust
3 inch Steel Rebar Chairs for Concrete Footings - Double Rod Capacity
Sandbaggy Extra Large Rebar Mushroom Safety Caps | for 1.25 + 1.33 LB/FT T-Post | for Rebar #3 to #8
Plastic Rebar Tie Wire Reel - Holds up to 400 ft of 12-20 Gauge Wire
Tools That Make Securing Rebar Safe & Easy
Sandbaggy's variety of Rebar Tools and Accessories will help you secure your rebar safe, fast, and easy! We have a selection of:
- Rebar Ties
- Rebar Chairs
- Rebar Safety Caps
- Rebar Wire Tying Tools
- Rebar Stakes
Need help deciding which Rebar products are best for you? Learn more below!
We offer 2 rebar tie wire options.
The difference is that the yellow PVC coated wire is rust-proof.
Rebar Safety Caps
Our rebar safety caps are great for both #3 and #8 rebar. The larger size caps will also fit large T-posts.
Rebar Tying Tools
We provide a manual and automatic rebar tying tool. The automatic is easier to use, while the manual is more lightweight.
We have both U shaped and J shaped rebar stakes. Both stakes can be used interchangeably for all applications. We’d recommend using the U stakes for more permanent use, and the J stakes for jobs where you will be pulling them in and out of the ground more often.