"We had a new main garage door fitted earlier this year and it transpires that the dozy installer didn't tighten all the fittings properly. So, this morning, one of the locking bars didn't retract properly and I couldn't get in and all my tools were in there. The personnel door can't be opened because the previous owner lost the key. So, what to do - dive down to Screwfix and buy a demolition saw and saw through the bolts and brackets holding the personnel door frame to the wall. There was sufficient gap to get the saw blade between the frame and wall.
Success! The saw did light work of cutting the fixings and I was in and rectifying the problem in no time.
The saw still cut through steel after this job too."
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Review 2 for Spear & Jackson Demolition Saw 9Tpi 14" (360mm)
"I have recently replaced a number of old UPVC windows,and needed to cut the old frames down to size in order to dispose of them. The demolition saw enabled me to cut through both the plastic frame and the steel re-inforcing inserts in one fairly easy cut. Both the handle and the blade feel really solid and appear build to last. The coating on the blade soon wears off, but the addition of a quick shot of WD40 soon aids further cutting. If you need a demolition saw for only occasional light use this saw is very effective, and good value for money when compared to an electric saw of this type."
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Review 4 for Spear & Jackson Demolition Saw 9Tpi 14" (360mm)
"I've been cutting Foamglass insulation material with this saw. In the past anything used for this job looses its teeth in a fairly short time. Halfway through the job today I needed to cut a bit of softwood - this saw just flew through it. The Foamglass has removed all the paint and finish from the saw, but its still cutting straight and true."