Call me a cynic, but anyone who has been in this business for a while knows I am right
The sub owed him money. So the GC didn’t pay him on a particular job. Was this the legally correct action?
What kind of increases have you been hit with? Let us know by posting a comment.
Post a Comment whether you agree or disagree with this approach. And why?
“Demolition” is a good place for an un-trained, un-safety conscious, un-structurally aware, un-electrically aware homeowner to start “saving money” on your next job, typical articles suggest.
Don’t take all business insults at face value!
“If you want a quality framer, I’m your guy…”
“I asked OCOT if there is any way to waive the (reinstatement) fee because it was an honest mistake,” young tradesperson says.
Many contractors pride themselves on their abilities to negotiate. Sadly, many others haven’t a clue.
“Being a carpenter is hard work and something to be proud of,” says Ray
Peer groups like Renovantage and Remodelers Advantage can help
Fort Mac will likely be frozen in just five months’ time. After that, costs are going to spiral upwards and production is going to drop.
We got five complaints. OK everyone else, let us have it. BTW, full marks to Jeanne and David for their spirit of fun.
We have “paid for it countless times over” in taxes and fees, says this Certified Engineering Technologist
You can let us know anonymously, if you like. We don’t want to shame you.
Our cover of Jeanne and David McGregor, hamming it up in a pretend disagreement, with Jean shaking her fist at David, raised the hackles of some readers
“Thank you in advance, but I didn’t just fall off the boat…”
“(Whenever) I went against my gut feeling, as alarms were going off, it didn’t end up pretty.”