If you haven’t seen this video yet, watch it if you can. A contractor is taking it to the WSIB in the courts. Now, that’s a switch.
What happens when you decide there will be no deficiency list? It changes everything and makes you much more profitable.
If you feel you aren’t making nearly enough money as a renovation contractor, watch the president of one of North America’s leading contractor training organizations tell you how her members have dramatically lifted their profits.
It’s the season for scary things, including houses. Here’s 21 scary houses that I would love to renovate
Last week’s throne speech outlined the government’s commitment to better fund apprenticeship training and municipal infrastructure, remove credentialing barriers across provincial and territorial lines and tighten up rules in the Temporary Foreign Worker program — all measures designed to increase opportunities for those in the building industry, says the Canadian Home Builders’ Association.
To kick off Small Business Week in Ontario, MPP Garfield Dunlop has introduced a private member’s bill to kill off the “business tax” represented by the Ontario College of Trades
Forget Fifty Shades of Grey, if your client is asking for neutral, this may be code for pastel blue, peach or pink.
The Apprenticeship Forum has found that teenagers are more interested in careers in trades than they were nine years ago, but they aren’t getting much support from schools, employers or the government.
A new Scotiabank survey finds more than two-thirds of Canadian homeowners intend to renovate this year, with most cashing in their savings to fund their home improvements.
Your best lead for future work is an existing customer. Don’t wait for them to call you for the next renovation. Follow these steps to keep them coming back for more.