Canadian Contractor’s Rob Koci looks back on his framing career and cringes at the memory of the first time he ever placed a lien. It didn’t go very well.
The media have reported that there were three permits for the renovation, which included underpinning as well as a two-storey addition to the rear of the property.
The Hardcore boys, Manny Neves and Anderson Hinds install JeldWen windows
Two contractors walk into a bar…
What are you doing online? Here are some ideas from Coach Mike Draper.
(VIDEO) Ontario College of Trades: Licensed plumber Garfield Dunlop MPP hammers the Liberals on union bias
Ontario’s Liberal government, re-elected with a 9-seat majority, came under fire from Garfield Dunlop, skilled trades critic for the PC party, during today’s question period at Queen’s Park. Dunlop alleges a pro-union bias and a conflict on interest involving the Ontario College of Trades
How terrible a DIYer was your customer before you stepped in? Terrible enough to star in a new DIY TV program that promises thousands of dollars to the winning couple?
If you’re a good contractor, and you’re in a good marketplace, you should be at your busiest time of the year right now. Contractor coach Mike Draper (www.renovantage.com) talks about how to use busy times to structure your business properly for the future.
You won’t get a better opportunity to work for an exciting, hip and happening residential construction company than this
“I am surprised that you would take exception to John’s reliance on experience to ensure the work done on his house is of the highest quality”