What friends are NOT forby Robert Koci
It’s good to be friends, but better to take care of business.
Go Rici Construct Canada Reno Roundtable: Part 3by Robert Koci
More and more, there are third parties getting involved in cleaning up the renovation industry.
Go Rici Construct Canada Reno Roundtable: Part 2by Robert Koci
Who is the bigger danger to the renovation industry, the guy with the fancy website or the guy working for cash?
Survey your customersby Robert Koci
All you need to know to get started on a customer survey
Red Tape Awareness Weekby Robert Koci
When it comes to dealing with government red tape, you are not alone.
Go Rici Construct Canada Reno Roundtable: Part 1by Robert Koci
You’re not a renovator, you’re an educator
The Passive House continuedby Robert Koci
Reno Coach Reiner Hoyer’s Passive House gets a new fan in Canadian Contractor Tools Editor Steve Maxwell
Health as a profit strategyby Robert Koci
A few days in hospital focuses the mind.
What you need to thinkby Robert Koci
Where do you reload? Reboot? Repair yourself? What thoughts do you have? What thoughts should you have?
Meetings…what a waste!!by Victoria Downing
Actually, meetings are critical to work flow and morale. Here’s how to make them productive.
The death of home heatingby Robert Koci
If you hate installing furnaces, you’ll love Reiner’s house.
Crash!by Robert Koci
Is it the 90s crash all over again?
Reliably Dry: Best practices for keeping water out of basementsby Steve Maxwell
There are three main categories of features that work together to make a basement reliably dry.
How house sales affect renovationsby Robert Koci
CMHC’s Canadian Housing Observer, 2011, says there is a direct relationship between home sales and renovations.
The Johnny Cash School of Decorby Robert Koci
When colour is your thing, maybe you should use some.
How unions encourage the cash economyby Adam
Pressure from unions push costs up, and workers out, of the legitimate economy.
Tanks tank in study comparing them to tanklessby Robert Koci
Tankless water heaters reduce natural gas use by an average of 46 per cent and increase the use of water a little bit.
Underground truthsby Robert Koci
We must deal with the underground cash economy, but it’s not all our responsibility