Saws come in many different varieties so they can be used for many different woodworking jobs. There are multiple blades available. If you're looking for a specific type, such as a mitre, bow, jig, coping, circular, or table saw you can look on the Internet or in a phone book to find a tool and accessory store. Manufacturers will sell electric and cordless models with different kerfs, gullets, and teeth sizes, as well as other tools you may be interested in, such as rakes, hammers, and screwdrivers. If you need to conduct maintenance on pieces of furniture you may need to buy a serrated blade or heel adjuster to get the job done. Hand, chain, table, mitre, bow, and band saws will range in price depending on the distributor prices and the store where you bought the item. For those that are going to fix something on their own, you can often ask an employee at a store what type of saw will work best for what you need to do. They may also recommend other power machines that will help you make the repairs. Hand, chain, and hacksaws will work best for different conditions. If you're unsure of what will work best then ask somebody that has woodworking experience to help. If you're looking to replace a part of a saw, such as the handle, you can shop around to see where you will get the best price or if it would work out better to just buy a new model.