Here’s another handyman hint. Don’t want to buy an expensive metal cutting diamond-tipped blade for your circular saw! Just run an old, dull wood blade installed backwards on the saw.
This blade has cut through many pieces of metal roofing/siding, and it is finally time to retire it. But no need to throw the dull wood blade away – it will last through many metal cutting episodes. Be warned that it is very loud and wear ear protection! My Dad would be happy to see this saw – still cutting 22 years since giving it to Linda for her wedding shower!