We carry a large selection of top quality carbide tipped circular saw blades that are guaranteed to provide a long life of straight cuts. If you want a circular saw blade that lasts even longer, we carry titanium carbide tipped blades from Vermont American that can be repeatedly sharpened ensuring the best cost per cut.

When you are choosing a saw blade for your circular saw, there are a few things that you must take into account. First off, if you want to get the best value from your purchase while achieving smooth and proper cuts in your material, you must use a blade that was designed to cut it. If you’re looking for a blade to cut lumber, you’re in the right place. If you’re looking for a saw blade to cut stone, you’re on the right site, just not the right category. To locate the masonry blade you’re looking for use our quick search box on top of the page or search our menu on the left. Either way, we have the best prices on the top quality saw blades you’re looking for.

Now that we know you’re looking for a high quality circular saw blade for cutting lumber, lets move to the next factor in choosing the right blade. The size of the circular saw blade. This will depend on how thick the material is that you’re trying to cut through as well as what your circular saw can handle. If you choose a blade too big for your saw, it wont fit within the blade guard. If you choose a blade that is too small, the blade may not clear the blade guard and your cuts will not have any depth to them.

Another factor to consider when choosing which circular saw blade is right for you’re application. Are you cutting a trim piece that will be out for everyone to see or are you cutting a peace of plywood for support that will never be seen? Both of these would require blades with a different number of teeth. In order to achieve smooth, clean, and detailed cuts, you will what a blade with a larger number of teeth since they remove smaller amounts of material at a time. However, because of this, saw blades with a higher number of teeth minimize the amount of space between the teeth, limiting room for saw dust, and creating more friction (heat). If you try to use these higher tooth count circular saw blades for fast cutting, odds are you will burn the wood you are cutting. So for less detailed fast cuts use a blade with a lower tooth count.

If you need help selecting the right blade for your application, please contact us by phone or email and one of our knowledgeable staff members will happily assist you with your decision.