I need some MDF pieces cut with a reasonable amount of precision to basically make bookshelf speakers. This is something I'd usually use a table saw to do, since long straight lines with a jig saw tend to be a bit difficult (although that's what I've relied on in the past). But I don't really have the space to do it with a table saw. The winter weather is too insane here to do it outside, and I kind of have to tread lightly when it comes to the neighbors anyway. All the other woodworking I can do inside with my router. I just need the actual rectangles cut.
I know some of you have mentioned that either Home Depot or Lowes will make the cuts for you. I'm wondering if someone can elaborate on this. How much more does it cost? Who do you ask to do it? Do they consider it a pain in the ass, or do they actually make money off it? Any other alternatives for my wood-cutting needs?
I also wouldn't mind going with a finished cabinet kit like what PartsExpress offers, but they're very expensive and I don't want the holes cut in the baffles. Also, I want the pieces to do a home tower too, and it doesn't look like PE sells them that big. Is there a better source for this type of thing?
Any advice is appreciated.