Ozark Rebar & Supplies

Excellent Service & Exceptional Products

Dependable, Determined, Devoted


You can depend on us to deliver on our promises.


We are determined to be your preferred supplier for concrete reinforcing materials and construction supplies.


We are devoted to the success of our customers and employees.

Meet the Team

Our team is dedicated to providing the highest level of customer service in the industry.

Anna Dickson

Business Manager

Ethan Mann


Skip McLeod

NWA Sales Representative

Russell Richeson


Deanna Wiles


Annette Thompson

Accounts Payable & Credit Specialist

Chelsea Riddle

Administrative Assistant & Accounts Payable/Receivable Specialist

Teddie Allen

In Memory of Teddie Allen

Michael Fore

Lead Fabricator

Glen Hoyle

Lead Fabricator

David Justus


Damon Wingo


Stephen Gabbard


Seth Walicki


Bobby Hoyle


Justin Pruitt

Logistics Coordinator

Why Choose Ozark Rebar & Construction Supplies?

Whatever the project, contractors should be able to rely on their suppliers to provide the correct materials quickly and cost-effectively. At Ozark Rebar & Supplies, we understand that any issues with materials must be addressed immediately to avoid costly delays. We offer timely and reliable rebar estimating, detailing, fabrication, delivery, and placement services to help you reach peak efficiency. 

Whether you’re a large contractor or a DIY-er, we’re dependable, devoted, and determined to be your preferred supplier of concrete reinforcement materials and construction supplies.


Concrete and rebar swell and contract at different rates. Many people avoid welding rebar because it causes pressure points that can lead to cracks in the concrete where the rebar was welded together. That’s why we offer rebar tying!

Reinforcing bars typically come in two primary grades: Grade 40, which has a minimum yield strength of 40,000 psi, and Grade 60, which has a yield strength of 60,000 psi.

Rust, dirt, oil, and grime can affect the adhesion of the rebar to the concrete it’s supposed to reinforce. This leads to reduced bonding strength, weakening the overall structure. Additionally, rust on the surface of the rebar could spread and cause further corrosion of the reinforcements.

Concrete has a high compression strength but low tensile strength, making it vulnerable to cracking or breaking when cross-pressure is applied. Rebar provides added tensile strength by boding with the concrete and allowing it to flex enough to absorb tensile pressure without compromises the integrity of the structure.

Simplify the Construction Process

If you’re ready to work with a team of experts, contact us today!

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