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Prime Steel Rebar

Reinforcing bar, or rebar, is hot-rolled steel bars that are most commonly used in concrete and masonry applications. Prime steel rebar's primary purpose is to reinforce and strengthen concrete to better resist breaking and cracking under tension. The grooved or deformed pattern of rebar promotes a greater adherence to concrete and other surfaces. This enhanced bond fortifies concrete and allows it to remain in a firm and compacted state despite compression and other forces. 

As your prime rebar supplier, Texas Iron & Metal provides a full inventory of rebar in various sizes and grades. Our steel rebar experts can help you select the proper grade and thickness depending on your concrete installation or structural reinforcement needs. 

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Prime rebar is used in concrete and steel construction projects, including:

  • home foundations
  • sidewalks
  • road pavements
  • bridges
  • drainage structures


Fortifying concrete and other structures with reinforcement bar helps reduce the cost of concrete projects. First, the added strength of rebar decreases the required concrete thickness, thus reducing the amount of concrete necessary. It also enhances durability and service life by reducing cracking and breaking. Finally, reinforcement bar reduces the challenges of climate variations so concrete structures bolstered by rebar require less maintenance and repair.

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RE10REBAR, #10 (1 1/4")
RE11REBAR, #11 (1 3/8")
RE3REBAR, #3 (3/8")
RE4REBAR, #4 (1/2")
RE5REBAR, #5 (5/8")
RE6REBAR, #6 (3/4")
RE7REBAR, #7 (7/8")
RE8REBAR, #8 (1")
RE9REBAR, #9 (1 1/8")

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Texas Iron & Metal offers the largest supply of surplus steel in Texas, including Less-Than-Prime (LTP©) steel rebar for sale. While prime steel may be the preferred option for many projects, Less-Than-Prime steel is an extremely viable and cost-saving alternative. Despite visible imperfections and minor surface defects, Less-Than-Prime or excess steel rebar is generally just as strong and durable as prime steel rebar. This allows our surplus steel bar grating for sale to be purchased at a discount and helps reduce your costs.

Contact one of our steel experts to help you determine if Less-Than-Prime steel rebar is a cost-effective option for your next steel channel project. 

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While “Texas” is in our name, Texas Iron & Metal has grown from a local to regional to nationwide supplier of both prime and surplus steel and pipes. We strive to be your one-stop provider for all your steel needs by offering value-added services such as saw cutting, shearing, punching, and iron working.

We stock both prime and surplus steel and pipes in thousands of shapes, sizes, grades, and lengths in our 10-acre facility located minutes from downtown Houston. Our central location and national distribution centers throughout the US allow us to quickly ship our inventory locally, regionally, and nationally in the most cost-effective way. Whether it is a bulk order or a few pieces, we require short lead times and guarantee your order is shipped to your work location so you can keep your projects moving. For local customers, we also offer same-day pickup and delivery options.

Interested in purchasing prime or less-than-prime steel rebar today? Or do you have questions about our excess steel rebar for sale? Contact one of our steel experts to help you with all your steel supply and service needs. Give us a call at 713.672.7595 today.

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