Holding one Husky Workhorse sawhorse on top of another in Home Depot store.
Husky Workhorse sawhorse.

The Husky Workhorse sawhorse can support up to 1,000 pounds. It has an extra wide top and built-in slots to use to secure 2x4s for cutting or to turn it into a portable work table.

Husky Workhorse sawhorses are available at The Home Depot. Watch this video to find out more.

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Jodi Marks: You know sawhorses are great to have around say your house or creating a platform if you’re hanging wallpaper or out on the job site to hold the tools.

But sometimes you need more than a sawhorse. You might actually need a workhorse. And this is the Workhorse by Husky.

Let me just tell you, right off the back, this is a pretty strong and powerful Workhorse, because it can hold up to a 1,000 pounds on this surface alone. I like this foundation here in the top because if I’m cutting two-by-fours or if I want to hold a three-quarter-inch piece of plywood, I’ve got good support. I can clamp my clamp right here to hold that piece of plywood into place.

Also, take a look at this little design here along the legs, this isn’t just for decoration. If you’re by yourself and you need to hold that two-by-four in place, all you got to do is slide it through this top slot. and it is secure enough for you to then go ahead and cut it.

Or what you can do, is that you can create a work surface, or say a storage surface, down below by running two-by-fours on either side here and attaching it to the other Workhorse. And now you have a nice little platform that you can store your tools.

So if you are in the market for sawhorses, why don’t you think about getting a Workhorse instead, because you can get a lot more work done for sure.

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Jodi Marks

Jodi Marks

Best New Products Host

Jodi Marks is a construction expert and television personality who’s always on the lookout for ways to make a job easier as she hosts “Best New Products” for Today’s Homeowner. After obtaining a degree in psychology, she joined her father's construction company as a project manager. Jodi's career in television began when she was selected to co-host the series Fix It Up! on Home and Garden Television (HGTV). She went on to host several other shows on HGTV, Turner South, and TBS, and co-created The Tile Doctor series with Paul Wilson. Jodi also earned her general contractor's and real estate licenses in Georgia and has been renovating and flipping houses.

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