WIRE-BOND

WIRE-BOND

400 Rountree Road, Charlotte 28217, North Carolina

704-525-5554
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We’ve been setting industry standards for manufacturing, products, and service for over 35 years.Our manufacturing facilities have the capacity to produce more than two million feet of wire products per day. We offer the complete line of masonry joint reinforcement products and accessories. We ship throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and overseas.

We produce continuous systems of masonry wall reinforcing including truss and ladder designs. Variations are available to these standard designs to meet specific wall conditions and are illustrated on this website. Our in-house hot dip and strand galvanizing facilities offer total product control, ensure optimum quality, and quick turnaround on orders.

Our manufacturing capabilities allow us to make a wide variety of products, some of which are not shown on this website. Please contact us for specific advice and availability of any item you may require for masonry walls.

Our goal today, as always, is to develop innovative products for the masonry industry that are durable, save time and money, and are easy to handle and install. WIRE-BOND® is head-quartered in Charlotte, North Carolina with a second plant in Memphis, Tennessee. Both are centrally located to serve the entire country.

Interior walls, which are non-load bearing, should utilize standard weight reinforcing with a mill galvanized finish.

Exterior load bearing walls need a three or four-wire system with two longitudinal wires in the block and one or two longitudinal wires in the brick as conditions dictate. We recommend hot dip galvanized after fabrication, (ASTM A153 / A153M-B2) where complete protection from corrosion is required. Uneven coursing, or conditions where block is laid first and brick later, should use the level adjustable tab or level hook-and-eye system. An additional advantage to adjustable reinforcing is to provide a mechanical tie to restrain insulation in a partially filled masonry cavity wall.