The Cuz-D Stright Flush Saw
How to cut
your work
in half.
  • Remove subfloors in minutes instead of hours
  • Cut a 6″ beam in two passes
  • Tackle a stack of 2×4’s in half the time
  • Convert to an undercut saw in just seconds

If you haven’t already done the math, we’ll do it for you. A Cuz-D Straight Flush Saw retails for around $500. That, you probably know. But do you know average cost of all the saws it takes to do the work of just one Cuz-D saw? As much as $3,000. But that’s only half of the value story. Time is also money. And the Cuz-D will save you a ton of it. In fact, the Cuz-D can complete jobs like subfloor removal in less than half the time. Overall, it’s been estimated that a Cuz-D can save you as much as 30% on construction costs. That right, 30%. So if you’re thinking you can’t afford one, maybe you should be asking yourself, How can I afford not to?”

Time savings

Traditional way
Cuz-D way
Cutting a 6″ beam 4 cuts with a circular saw, finish with a reciprocating saw: 5 minutes Two cuts: 1 minute
Removing a 10′ x 10′ subfloor Angle cut with a reciprocating saw: 1 hour 15 minutes
Undercutting a door jam Hand cut with an undercut door jams saw: 5 minutes. 10 seconds
If your Cuz-D dies, we’ll replace it.
If you die, we’ll still replace it.