Home Improvement

The DUALSAW makes a great tool for the do-it-yourself-er.  Aside from traditional uses like cutting wood, copper, and other soft metals, you can also cut tile, brick, and other stone surfaces without a wet saw!  Here's what some other customers are doing with their DUAL SAW:

  • Install a pet door or mail drop
  • Install a sink into a counter top
  • Use it to cut hardwood, laminate, vinyl, or tile flooring
  • Cut base boards, chair rails, and crown molding
  • Go from plywood to plastic to metal without changing blades
  • Cut vinyl and aluminum siding
  • Works great on tile, granite, and marble without needing a wet saw

See it in Action

Cutting Bamboo Floorboards
Ready to install that hardwood or laminate flooring? The DUALSAW quickly and accurately cuts through this bamboo floor board without splintering the wood.
    • Cutting Bamboo Floorboards
      Ready to install that hardwood or laminate flooring? The DUALSAW quickly and accurately cuts through this bamboo floor board without splintering the wood.
    • DUALSAW Everyday CS450
      Our latest TV ad for the DUALSAW Everyday CS450
    • Dualsaw vs. Multiple Materials
      In this demonstration you can see the DUALSAW cut through plastic, metal, copper, PVC, and wood without changing blades.
    • Installing a Pet Door
      We aren't sure whether it's a cat door or dog door that's being installed in this video, but one thing is for sure - the DUALSAW made it easy.
    • Installing a Sink
      No more drilling pilot holes. Watch us use the DUALSAW to cut a hole to install a sink into a wood or stone counter top.
    • Installing an AC Vent
      Normally you would need a couple different tools for this, plus a lot of patience, but the DUALSAW lets us install an A/C return vent with ease.
    • Metal door threshold
      No bounce, no kickback, no problem. The DUALSAW cuts through this aluminum threshold with ease.