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What is the standard size rebar used to construct a 4 inch concrete driveway?

#2 (2/8 inch)
#3 (3/8 inch)
#4 (1/2 inch)
Not sure
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Question: What is the standard size rebar used to construct a 4 inch concrete driveway?
Top Answer (41% of 31 votes): #4 (1/2 inch).

Answer: #4 (1/2 inch)
Explanation: #4 rebar on 18" centers is a robust reinforcement spec for a 4" driveway.
Maven Group LLC
Answer: #4 (1/2 inch)
Explanation: Diameter of steel ratio for 4 inch slab with steel required to be placed in center of thickness of slab.
BAT Concrete llc
Answer: #2 (2/8 inch)
Explanation: Rebar is not typically used in driveways. WWM or Fiber is a better choice.
Answer: #3 (3/8 inch)
Explanation: the #3 is recommended at 18x18 inches
Answer: #3 (3/8 inch)
Explanation: I only use rebar, most people use wire mesh that usually ends up at the bottom of the concrete which serves no purpose.
Concrete services
Answer: #3 (3/8 inch)
Explanation: I use number three rebar because it is little more durable than the mats and the wire that they used today. The wire and Matt stinton break after several years of ground movement. But yet is flexible enough to allow movement without cracking the concrete.
A to Z Fence and Concrete
Answer: #3 (3/8 inch)
Explanation: #3 or #4
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: would not pour 4" driveway
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: There really is no standard because you can use fiber and mesh as well.
h and h company
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