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Canadian Contractor
February 5, 2013  

Tattoowall technology: instant mural art for professional painters and decor contractors

The Tattoowall consists of a digital imaging technique that can be applied seamlessly to any substrate

Canadian Contractor
December 3, 2012  

Real world options for streamlining drywall work

Boarding, mudding, taping, skimming… sweating, cursing, groaning. Whatever you call it, it’s tough work. Is there any way to make drywall installation less of a grind? Well, yes. Here are few ways to hang that stuff faster.

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October 4, 2012  

Should contractors use Build.com to buy home improvement products online?

Can online buying compete yet with your local lumber and materials dealer?

Canadian Contractor
September 28, 2012  

Three contracting reasons to get your head in the cloud

Cloud computing isn’t as complicated as it sounds. It’s just a way to store and access computer files “out there” rather than on your own computer. Which means you can access them from anywhere as long as you have an Internet connection.

Canadian Contractor
September 7, 2012  

Lowes appreciates you

And it wants to show it

Canadian Contractor
July 25, 2012  

Almost Free Shades from Randy

Flip-up safety/sun glasses for the cost of shipping and an opinion

Canadian Contractor
June 4, 2012  

Accent the Old with a Little New

A brand new look on a budget

Canadian Contractor
May 26, 2012  

Brushless is Better

Here’s why…

Canadian Contractor
May 7, 2012  

Reiner's letter from Germany

While Maxwell takes Venice, Hoyer takes Berlin

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May 4, 2012  

Varrrooommm!! 5

Our Trucks Report Part 5: Toyota

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April 27, 2012  

Varrrooommm!! 4

Our Trucks Report Part 4: Dodge Ram

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April 20, 2012  

Varrrooommm!! 3

Our Trucks Report starts here. In Part 3: Nifty Nissan

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April 13, 2012  

Varrrooommm!! 2

Our Truck Report Part 2: Gunning it with General Motors

Canadian Contractor
April 9, 2012  

Dewalt's shrouding protection

Protecting your lungs

Canadian Contractor
April 6, 2012  

Varrrooommm!! 1

Our Trucks Report starts here. In Part 1: Beautiful Ford

Canadian Contractor
April 5, 2012  

Milwaukee Compact Bandsaw

This cordless bandsaw is all I want for Easter

Canadian Contractor
March 30, 2012  

Killer clothing, literally

Cloths that protect you from being eaten alive!!

Canadian Contractor
March 30, 2012  

Install once and you will hate all others

The best method of heat supply on the planet

Canadian Contractor
March 18, 2012  

Cleaning and servicing the macerator

Saniflo Canada has once again raised the bar by

Canadian Contractor
March 17, 2012  

No-VOC Flooring Adhesive

DriTac Flooring Products introduces DriTac Eco-5500 Premium “Green” Pressure Sensitive Flooring Adhesive

Canadian Contractor
March 11, 2012  

Footings done different

A FastFoot project for a rammed earth house in Ontario.

Canadian Contractor
March 10, 2012  

Getting into a Froth

Spray foam has become standard for many insulating applications

Canadian Contractor
March 8, 2012  

The "little black dress" of kitchen products

If your customer is the “little black dress” type, she’ll want to know about this faucet

Canadian Contractor
March 5, 2012  

Hanging Fire

If a picture on your customer’s wall is worth 1,000 words, what’s a fire worth?

Canadian Contractor
February 16, 2012  

Battery life learning for reno geeks

There’s a lot to know about batteries

Canadian Contractor
January 20, 2012  

Nice bits!

We have the tool. You have the opinion. Trade ya.

Canadian ContractorMechanicals
December 28, 2011  

Tanks tank in study comparing them to tankless

Tankless water heaters reduce natural gas use by an average of 46 per cent and increase the use of water a little bit.

Canadian Contractor
November 8, 2011  

HurriQuake Nails

By Steve Maxwell Nails seem straight forward enough at

Canadian Contractor
October 25, 2011  

Maxwell's magnificent 7

By Steve Maxwell Tools editor Steve Maxwell weighs in