With over 30 years of experience in concrete reinforcing steel, we specialize in the precise placement and tying of rebar according to the blueprints of any structure. Our expertise includes a wide range of construction projects such as tilt-ups, core walls, grade beams, columns, caissons, box culverts, cages, footings, mats, and wire mesh. You can trust our team to execute each project with meticulous attention to detail, ensuring that your concrete structure is reinforced with the utmost precision and strength.
Did we mention we are post-tension cable certified PTI Level I & Level 2.
Certified since August 2006. As a Post-tension certified company, we are well-equipped to handle all aspects of concrete reinforcement. Our team of experienced professionals has undergone rigorous training and certification to ensure that we are up-to-date with the latest techniques and best practices in post-tensioning. With our Post-tension certification, you can trust that your concrete reinforcement needs are in capable hands.
Post-Tension Cable Repair
Denver Rebar use specialized techniques and equipment to that can address any issues with your cables. Whether it's re-tensioning or replacing the cables, we ensure that the repair is done with the highest level of quality and safety standards to ensure the longevity and structural integrity of your building or structure.
Concrete is so much stronger with just a little bit of rebar. The primary purpose of rebar is to increase the tensile strength of the concrete, helping it resist cracking and breaking. With greater tensile strength, concrete is stronger and less likely to break under tension.
Why Post-Tension Cable?
Post-tension cables are an important part of the structural system in many concrete structures such as bridges, parking garages, and high-rise buildings. These cables are under high tension and are designed to provide extra strength and stability to the structure.
Why Post-Tension Cable Repair?
If the PT cables show signs of deterioration or wear and tear. Over time, post-tension cables can become damaged or weakened, which can compromise the integrity of the structure. Signs of wear and tear may include cracks in the concrete, sagging or uneven floors, or other visible signs of structural damage.