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As a remodeler, craftsman or even DIY-er, there’re many tools out there for carrying out different types of tasks at home or job site.
Basically, a reciprocating saw is simply a corded or cordless electric saw which employs the to-and-fro motion of a short blade for making cuts.
Cutting through nail-laden material
If there are nails in the material, you’re trying to cut, and you’re unable to pull them out, trying to cut that material (e.g., wood) using any other type of saw will not be unfruitful, but may also damage the saw you’re using.
Making wall indentation
As a builder or remodeler, there’s always the need to make indentations on the wall of the building you’re building or remodeling by cutting through the fixed dry walls.
For instance, if you want to hide electric wires in the walls, you have to cut through the drywall. One of the best tools you can use to do this is a reciprocating saw. With the reciprocating saw, you can cut any type of shape in the drywall depending on what you need it for.
Cut different materials
One simple reason why a reciprocating saw is used for demolition work is that it can cut through a different type of materials.
Pruning trees and shrubs
Even if you’re not a home remodeler. If you’re a gardener, there are still tasks you can use a reciprocating saw to carry out in your garden, such as pruning the trees and shrubs in your yard or garden.
Posted by Grandybigs on 24 Dec 2018