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Home BUILDER Magazine —
September/October 2013

Cover:
HERITAGE WINDOW RESTORATION:
With clean up and $80 of weatherstripping
and air sealing, a heritage window is
surpassing the CSA air tightness standards
for new vinyl windows in actual blower door
testing. Jon Eakes talks to Paul Denys to
find out how it’s done.
Photo: Paul Denys installing an interior storm window at Alexander Taché House.
Photo by Gordon King, Gordon King Photography.


COMMON CENTS CONSTRUCTION:
Structures and Strategies to Maximize Income and Minimize Tax

All Canadian businesses should take advantage of corporate structures and tax strategies that maximize income and minimize tax, but those in the construction industry can add a number of unique opportunities to the list.


CUSTOMER SATISFACTION:
Online Reputation & Customer Reviews

The online research conducted by today’s home buyers creates both tremendous opportunities and intimidating challenges for home builders.


TOOL TALK: Keeping Up with Technology
Do you know what’s changed in that tool you’re about to replace?


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