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December 2009 Table of Contents

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Table of Contents

FEATURES

Installing the Correct Chimney Cap
A chimney cap is the least-expensive preventative measure to protect a chimney from deterioration.

The Big Deal About Silica Dust Collection
Examining the dangers of and how to control silica dust on the job site

Providing Value During the Recession
Mast climber companies can help mason contractors make money in tough times.

Defeating Water
IMI seminar showcases ‘magic bullet’ for handling water in masonry walls

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COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
For the Record
President’s Message
Government Affairs
Making the Grade
New Products
Full Contact Project Management
Business Building
News
Classified Advertising

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