Canadian Contractor

October 24, 2016 BUILDWIRE

The Art of Sound Reduction


Whether you live in a busy household, have an apartment in a noisy downtown neighbourhood or next to someone who practices bagpipes on their deck, sound reduction means getting the peace and quiet you need to relax in your living

October 11, 2016 BUILDWIRE

5 Fall Renovation Ideas from JELD-WEN


With summer coming to an end, the heat and humidity has at last begun to subside. This makes for an ideal climate for completing home renovations and upgrades. Here are five excellent project ideas for the autumn season. 1. Replace

December 4, 2013 News

Networking – not a dirty word but a great way to market your reno business

by Brynna Leslie

Networking is not about handshaking or cocktail parties, it’s anything you can do to meet new people and get word-of-mouth referrals.

December 15, 2011 Voice

The 3 million dollar road Part 4: $3 million and beyond

by Mike Draper

Before growing from $2 million per year to $3 million and beyond, a contractor needs to make sure his business is running at a very profitable level.

November 22, 2011 Voice

The right price

by Adam

There is a right price, and you need to charge it.

November 22, 2011 News

Canadian Contractor Salary Survey is LIVE

by Robert Koci

For the fourth year now, Canadian Contractor magazine is polling renovation and custom homebuilding industry business owners to find out what their companies are doing, what they are making and how much they take home for their efforts. If you