Definitely, it's good for low tree branches, but you have to be careful with the extension cord though.
That what I did when I purchased mine because the pin was the wrong way and also when I got the blade on it was hard to push up. Now I can’t get the blade out. Help Karen
nope - easy to hold. it vibrates, but that's to be expected
Carpet is held to the by tackstrips that are small wooden yardstick looking strips with reverse facing exposed nails. The nails "hook" the carpet and keep it stretched into place. If you simply pull on the carpet these tackstrips will hold it and even if you are as strong as I am, you don't want to rip the carpet against the strips because the strips are re-usable and since they are already attached to the floor will save you time if you re-use them. To remove the old carpet take a big pair of pliers and yank the carpet towards the wall to release it from the tack strips. Once released it will simply lift away from the floor. Be very careful not to buy new carpet containing toxic chemicals. You'll pay more but in the long run fewer medical bills will actually save you money.
Obtain a purple crayon and a magnet. Find the nails then circle them with the crayon. Using a Saws All equipped with a metal cutting blade, cut through the nails.
I have been using this to trim branches of my myrtle trees, so far d biggest I a have cut is 4-5 diameters, hope this helps. This simple tool has been faring well so far..
Depends on the roots' diameter, root's density, and how deep the roots buried. But for the household purposes, this B&D hand saw is a life saver. I use it for countless small jobs at home and backyard. I am on my third one. The first one got stolen. The second one I used for about 11 years and finally it burned out on me due to my stubbornness (should have listened to my wife). The third one I had for about 3 years. It cuts pines like butter, but you will have problems cutting a pin oak branches with more than a 4" diameter. Perhaps, in your case you may get a reciprocating saw with a longer blade although a little digging may be in order.
No the blade is not strong enough to do that. Sorry!
Sorry that I cannot answer your specific question. I can tell you this small saw is an invaluable tool in my yard maintenance arsenal. Your technical question most likely can be answered by the manufacturer. Good luck!
I have only cut wood. There is a blade for cutting metal which may work.