Wire Mesh

Concrete wire reinforcing mesh is a prefabricated product used to reinforce concrete structures and improve their tensile strength and durability. It consists of high-strength steel wires arranged in a grid pattern, typically welded at intersection points to form a sturdy mesh. This mesh is commonly employed in various construction applications, such as concrete slabs, walls, and foundations, to prevent cracking and enhance the overall structural integrity of the concrete. The common cell size is typically range is 4 inches by 4 inches (10 cm by 10 cm). Comes in 4’x7′ sheets and it is stocked by the big box building supply stores for roughly $25.