What is the one best type of saw to buy for home remodeling. We have a circular saw already.?
I have heard of compound miter saws, chop saws, table saws, etc. We have finish work to do from the walls out in basement, attic, garage and room over garage, and repair and renovation in the rest of the house. What shall we purchase rather than rent by the day or week?
Suggestion by dearylou
10 or 12 inch compound miter saw!!!
Suggestion by fourofsix2003
compound miter box .
Suggestion by jay p
a regular chop saw, 10″ will trim it all. it cuts up to 45 degrees either way . it will handle up to 6″ crown molding.( extreme need)
Suggestion by Turnhog
That’s hard to say because I need and use all of my saws: compound miter saw, jig saw, reciprocating saw, table saw, etc. But I probably use the miter saw the most, especially for trim related work.
Where can I buy a case for my DeWalt DW368 Circular Saw?
I bought this saw (new) at my local hardware store. It was on sale for quite cheap, although it didn’t come with the hard plastic case. If it wasn’t on sale, I probably would have spent the extra $ on the case anyway, so I’m wondering if there’s a site were I can buy just the case. I live in Canada, so I can’t buy directly from the DeWalt site.
Suggestion by Charlie F
I’d ask the manager of your local hardware store to order you the case.
Suggestion by papaw
Try E-Bay I’d think you could find both new and used cases for your model saw there…very reasonably, too.
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