However, all of them are certified domestic and they are all American made wire ties
When you are an ironworker like I am, your whole life at work is about tying rebar. Well, that, and joking around with your co-workers. That’s what I do all day. I work on construction sites and I have a crew who works with me. Most of the time, it is a really great job and I actually enjoy it. It’s nice to work hard on something and then see it get completed. I could never do a job like working at the post office because the work never ends. But when you are tying rebar, you know that eventually, the foundation of the building is going to get laid and the building is going to go up. Seeing that finished product is very rewarding and I never get tired of it. Anyway, as an ironworker, I use thousands and thousands of American made double loop wire ties in my job. We tend to use 16 gauge double loop rebar ties most of the time, but it really depends on the job that we are doing. Sometimes we use 14 gauge double loop rebar ties, and once in a while we use 18 gauge double loop rebar ties. However, all of them are certified domestic and they are all American made wire ties. Whenever I started working as an ironworker many years ago, I never thought that I would be using so many double loop rebar wire ties! I’ve probably used well over a million of them in my 15 year career as an ironworker. I’ve certainly tied more rebar than I ever thought I would.