Framing and Finishing Contractors Validate Productivity Gains Achieved with SawGear

Leading Retail and Reseller Partners Offering SawGear in the United States and Canada

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Tualatin, OR (PRWEB) May 25, 2010

SawGear, a portable, precise, and rugged automated length measuring system for miter saws was introduced in the summer of 2009 and has seen tremendous market acceptance for its proven productivity gains for framers, finish carpenters and siders. Given its popularity, the SawGear team has been actively establishing a reseller and retail network and is pleased to announce its first group of reseller partners. SawGear is now proudly distributed by leading tool suppliers: Ace Tool Co and Riverhead Building Supply in the United States and Reparation MCL and CEJ, in Canada.

In addition, SawGear has received accolades from veteran contractors, tool reviewers, and tool “junkies” worldwide for its job site ruggedness and versatility. Either at the job site or in the shop, users simply attach the SawGear to a miter saw, enter the required dimensions, slap the material against the rugged stop and cut the part. SawGear eliminates wasted time and inaccuracies of measuring and pencil marking and gives fast and accurate cuts every time.

“SawGear is an ideal new product to offer our customers,” said Maria Polidoro, President of Ace Tool Co. “Though the construction and housing market is rebounding slowly, business savvy contractors are investing in products that give them a competitive advantage now and in the future. SawGear meets this requirement by giving customers significant time and money savings; we are thrilled to offer this innovative system to them.”

“At first I thought that SawGear would be most effective in a cabinet shop, but now I see it’s also quite portable and would be valuable at a jobsite because it sets up easily and within minutes,” said Jake Hering of HTD Construction.

“SawGear is building a strong reputation with construction and contracting crews by improving their bottom line, and tool retailers acknowledge the value and have become evangelists for the product,” said Brandon Vaughn, Sales and Marketing Manager for SawGear. “The enthusiasm from tool retailers and suppliers has been contagious, and now contractors are asking their tool suppliers for SawGear.”

To watch video testimonials from professional contractors who have used SawGear visit http://www.sawgear.com/time or to learn more information about SawGear visit http://www.sawgear.com; e-mail us at sales(at)sawgear(dot)com or ask your tool supplier.

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Linda Ferguson
lcourtneyferguson(at)comcast(dot)net
503-869-5827 PDT

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