Two notorious Toronto contractor fraud cases end with guilty pleasby John Bleasby
The wheels of justice turn slowly, but they do turn
Busting Myths About Skylights (VIDEO): Part 4by canadiancontractor
Rob Koci continues his discussion with skylight experts Mark Taylor and Russell Ibbotson from VELUX. This episode talks about the link between customer satisfaction and profitability.
We have a Contractor Dilemma Contest winner!by John Bleasby
Brandon Kendall of the Kendall Group wins a DeWalt 20V Hammerdrill set (and more!)
The inevitability of residential prefabrication (Part 3)by John Bleasby
Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) may be the answer for the residential housing industry
Site Tips, Episode 4: How to clean up a glue line + Homemade scribeby canadiancontractor
Canadian Contractor Site Tips are brought to you by Home Hardware
Manitoba is latest province to move on prompt payment legislationby John Bleasby
Nationwide improvements to construction payment rules move at a turtle’s pace
Busting Myths About Skylights (VIDEO): Part 3by canadiancontractor
Rob Koci continues his discussion with skylight experts Mark Taylor and Russell Ibbotson from VELUX. In this episode, the discussion includes ways to educate the homeowner about skylights.
Opinion: Political parties are ignoring the issue of asbestos in homesby Casey Edge
Tax credits needed for an asbestos problem the government helped create
The inevitability of residential prefabrication (Part 2)by John Bleasby
Wood frame panelization cuts time on the site, and more
“Look, ma! No harness!”by John Bleasby
Working at heights has changed since the CN Tower was topped off in 1975
Alberta goes green before our eyesby John Bleasby
PACE energy-efficiency financing is the latest in green initiatives aimed at home owners and businesses
Busting Myths About Skylights (VIDEO): Part 2by canadiancontractor
Rob Koci continues his discussion with skylight experts Mark Taylor and Russell Ibbotson from VELUX
Contractor association warned governments about legalizing pot and here come the consequencesby Steve Payne
What happened Wednesday, with the shutdown of Toronto’s $5.3-billion Crosstown LRT project because of workers smoking weed, may be just be the beginning
The inevitability of residential prefabrication (Part 1)by John Bleasby
Three factors that point to a dramatic change in the future of Canadian home building
Simpson Tower in downtown Toronto gets an exterior refitby canadiancontractor
The building was clad with masonry panels whose ties, after 50 years, were beginning to fail. A CINTEC Reinforcing Anchor System came to the rescue.
All About Fasteners, Episode 3: The Strength of Screws (VIDEO)by canadiancontractor
If a screw fails to hold two pieces of material together on your job site, it has failed in one of five principle ways. Learn those ways in this video.
Skills Canada National Competition spotlights country’s top young trade talentby John Bleasby
Kate Campbell and Paul Lafrance will watch youths compete in 40 different trades
Rents so high, contractors now camping under the Skytrain tracks in East Vancouverby canadiancontractor
And you thought the rents were high in your home town?