How to Bleed a Rebar Cutter

Posted on December 6, 2016

How to Bleed a Rebar Cutter

When you invest in a new rebar cutter, you’re making an investment into job progress and rebar cutter efficiency. When well cared for a proper rebar cutter will easily cut any rebar. There are certain steps that need to be taken to ensure your rebar cutter works reliably and lasts a long time. If your Read more…

How To Clear A Wire Feed Jam on the BNT-40

Posted on November 28, 2016

How To Clear A Wire Feed Jam on the BNT-40

The BNT-40 Automatic Rebar Tier automates your tying job with a lightweight tool that uses a powerful 14.4 volt, rapidly-charging lithium-ion battery. Each tie includes three turns and on average, you’ll get about 2,000 turns out of each battery charge, saving you a lot of time otherwise spent replacing and charging batteries. The pistol grip Read more…

How to Spool Wire into the BNT-40

Posted on November 10, 2016

How to Spool Wire into the BNT-40

The BNT-40 rebar tying tool is lightweight and has a compact, easy to hold grip. The tool is well balanced and is designed to tie rebars as fast as you can pull the trigger. This blog post will illustrate the proper way to replace and feed a new spool of wire into the BNT-40 rebar Read more…

How to Change Your Wire Guide on the BNT-64 Rebar Tier

Posted on October 7, 2016

How to Change Your Wire Guide on the BNT-64 Rebar Tier

The BNT-64 Rebar Tying Tool is built to reduce tying time needed for securing reinforcing rods together while doing concrete form work. This tool is great for repetitious tying work and reduces the risk of carpal-tunnel and back injuries. The one-handed operation allows your other hand to hold rebar in place. This tool will securely Read more…

How to Change the Grip on the BNT-64 Rebar Tier

Posted on October 5, 2016

How to Change the Grip on the BNT-64 Rebar Tier

The BNT-64 Rebar Tying Tool is built to reduce tying time needed for securing reinforcing rods together while doing concrete form work. It’s great for repetitious tying work and reduces the risk of carpal-tunnel and back injuries. The handle can be used either as a pistol configuration or as a rifle style to reduce bending Read more…

How To Rebuild a DC-20 Rebar Cutter

Posted on July 28, 2016

How To Rebuild a DC-20 Rebar Cutter

If you have the best tools, it’s important to know how to care for them properly which is why we’re breaking down how to rebuild your DC-20 Rebar cutter. The DC-20WH is a portable tool that’s intended for effortless heavy-duty applications on vertical and horizontal rebar cutting applications. This portable rebar tool weighs 25.5 pounds Read more…

How to Tear Down the DC-20 Rebar Cutter

Posted on July 26, 2016

How to Tear Down the DC-20 Rebar Cutter

To be the best person on the job site, you not only need to bring the best tools but you also want tools that are easy to tear down when the job is complete. The DC-20WH is a portable tool that’s intended for effortless heavy-duty applications on vertical and horizontal rebar cutting applications. This portable Read more…

Concrete Floors in Your Home

Posted on March 24, 2016

Concrete Floors in Your Home

Concrete floors in your home are more luxurious and hygienic than carpet. Concrete floors last longer and are exponentially more diverse in relation to options than wood floors because of the almost unlimited color, pattern and texture options. And, in addition to requiring less maintenance, concrete floors in your home are more professional looking than Read more…

Working with Pervious Concrete

Posted on March 22, 2016

Working with Pervious Concrete

What Pervious Concrete Is and Is Used For Pervious concrete is concrete that dries porous. The sieve-like effect of pervious concrete allows water, sand and clay to seep into the ground below. An effect of mix ratios and finishing techniques, the purpose of the pervious concrete is to allow water to seep into the ground Read more…

How to: Concrete Driveway Installation

Posted on March 17, 2016

How to: Concrete Driveway Installation

When it comes to paving, you just can’t beat a material with a 2,000 year history. Developed by the Romans, concrete is one of the most durable paving materials on the market today. It bears up better to heat and traffic than asphalt and can even be used in permeable paving situations. In this post, we’ll Read more…