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Concrete Anchors for Your Construction Project

Our extensive inventory of wholesale concrete anchors include...

Contractors rely on us to have a large supply of concrete anchors all-year long

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Construction of building on coast with large concrete anchors and bolts

Rebuilding after a hurricane

Whether it's new construction or rebuilding in the aftermath of a hurricane, contractors need a reliable source of wholesale concrete anchors in the right quantity at the right time.  

Contractors have long relied on us to keep a large supply of fasteners, including concrete anchors, on-hand at all times so that a project is never delayed for a lack of fasteners.

    Installation of a concrete anchor with epoxy from double barrel epoxy gun

    We have the concrete anchors you need for building:

    • Marinas
    • Docks
    • Boardwalks
    • Piers
    • Bulkheads
    • Decks
    • Walkways
    • Picnic areas
    • Or any other structure

    Typical concrete anchor assembly

    Drawing of a typical concrete anchor assembly
    L-shaped anchors

    Custom L-shaped and J-shaped anchors

    We specialize in manufacturing custom anchors to your specifications and meeting strict timelines.

    Custom anchors: Materials

    • A-36
    • F1554
    • Stainless steel 304, 316, B8, and B8M
    • A193 B7
    • A193 B16
    • And much more

    Custom anchors: Size range

    We bend and thread material 1/4" in diameter and larger.

    Sleeve anchors

    Expansion anchors

    The types of expansion anchors that we carry include:

    • Wedge anchors
    • Sleeve anchors
    • Drop-in anchors

    Expansion anchors: Materials

    • Hot dipped galvanized
    • Steel
    • Stainless steel, type 304 and 316
    Wedge anchors

    Expansion anchors: Size range

    As small as 1/4" diameter.

    Screw anchor

    Screw anchors

    Screw anchors are heavy duty one piece screws with a finished hex head. They include:

    • Screw bolts
    • Wedge bolts
    • Titens
    • Concrete screws

    Screw anchors: Materials

    • Carbon steel
    • Stainless steel
    • Mechanical galvanized

    Screw anchors: Size range

    As small as 1/4" diameter.

    Installation of threaded rod into concrete with epoxy

    Chemical anchors

    Chemical anchors consist of an anchor + a 2-part resin based adhesive which is bonded into a base material such as masonry or concrete.

    Ideally suited for high load applications, in virtually all cases the resulting bond of a chemical anchor is stronger than the base material itself. The system is based on chemical adhesion; therefore, no load stress is imparted to the base material as with expansion type anchors.

    Chemical anchors: Materials

    For the anchor, we can provide whatever material your specs require such as custom cut threaded rod in hot galvanized, stainless steel or alloy steel.

    For the 2-part resin adhesive, we carry...

    • Vinylester
    • Epoxy

    Chemical anchors: Size range

    As small as 1/4" diameter.

    Contact us for chemical anchors full product specifications

    Cast-in place anchors

    Cast-in anchors include...

    • Bang-its
    • Wood-knockers

    Contact us for cast-in anchors full product specifications

    Concrete anchor brands

    The brands we carry include...

    • Powers
    • Simpson
    • MKT
    • ITW Red Head
    • And more

    Compliant dust control drilling systems

    To better protect workers exposed to respirable crystalline silica, OSHA recently issued two new respirable crystalline silica standards: one for construction, and the other for general industry and maritime.

    The standard for construction was effective on September 23, 2017, and the standard for general industry and maritime is effective on June 23, 2018.

    We carry the tools and accessories that meet OSHA standards for dust control, and these products include...

    • Corded and cordless drills
    • Drill bits
    • Shrouds
    • Dust extractors

    Contact us to learn more about our dust control systems

    Safety first in your project

    With any construction project, safety should come first.

    Always wear safety goggles, handle all tools with extra care and follow all technical specifications and instructions provided by your manufacturer.

    Learn about the safety equipment we provide contractors.