Jobsite Supply Construction Ideas at Work

2014

Jobsite Supply has grown from one the Midwest's leading concrete forming and shoring providers to a premier supplier to the entire US market, along with safety, Decorative concrete, Concrete Accessories, Chemicals, Equipment Sales/ rental.

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Page 72 POWER TOOL ACCESSORIES HardieBlade ® Traditional blades that are not designed for cutting James Hardie products may generate excessive dust, cut slowly or exhibit premature wear. The HardieBlade ® saw blade is a unique circular saw blade designed to generate less respirable dust than a tradition saw blade or continuous rim diamond blade. The HardieBlade ® can also be used to cut the full line of James Hardie products. The only approved PCD tipped HardieBlade developed by James Hardie & Freud Diablo. Check out www.DiabloTools.com for a large selection of informative videos! SS404 Fiber-Cement Siding Shear Our "tough as nails" contractor shears • Cuts fber-cement siding up to 5/16" thick • Smooth, fast cuts with no airborne dust • Heavy-duty 1/2" spindle • Powerful 6.5 amp motor SA905 Siding Face Gauge • Handy, economy-minded tool keeps siding reveals accurate • The adjustable slider shoe allows 1/8" - 9" (.5-23.5cm reveals) • Hook-shaped handle for sure grip and solid support • Convenient compass for circular cuts or scribing lines RS501 Roof Snake • Replaces shngles easily and accurately • Nail-slot feature ensures proper 1" nail offset • Nailing-pulling end replaces fat bar SS211 Manual Fiber-Cement Shear • Cuts 12" wide material with adjustable fence, or any width plus angle cuts without fence • Hardened tool-steel blade for extended blade life • For fber-cement products up to 5/16" thick • Capture gable angles quickly and easily • 30" edge with integral shear guide • Durable aluminum and steel construction SA904 Gable Scribe www.jobsitesupply.com (317) 684-7474 624 S. Missouri St. Indianapolis, IN 46225

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