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Mike’s program to give homebuyers a home that’s built right the first time – a house built with trust, integrity and a commitment to Make It Right®

 

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The Mike Holmes Inspections team provides unbiased, third party inspections at critical stages of construction. Every home is inspected a minimum of three times through various stages of construction.

 

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Through the Holmes Approved Homes Renovator program, homeowners have the opportunity to have a renovation completed to Mike’s standards – a house constructed with quality, integrity, trust and a commitment to Make it Right®.

 

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Mike Holmes handpicked industry-leading renovators who have demonstrated quality craftsmanship, building custom homes and additions that are pre-selected to be part of the Holmes Approved Homes Renovator program.

 

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If you are looking for a new home, you want to make sure you go with the best. That’s why Mike Holmes has partnered with top builders across North America that are building above minimum code. Watch why Mike Holmes started his Holmes Approved Homes program.

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The Holmes Approved Homes Program is about integrating the right building products with the right technology, using the right building practices to build you a home that goes beyond residential standards, from construction to final inspection. The result? Simply a better built home.

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Mike Holmes
Mike Holmes12 hours ago
Happy Friday everyone. Keep smiling.
Mike Holmes
Mike Holmes1 day ago
Ok this is kind of funny.
Mike Holmes
Mike Holmes3 days ago
Improve Canada
We are excited to announce our brand new partnership with Improve Canada - Canada’s LARGEST home improvement centre, located in Vaughan!

Improve Canada has it all under one roof. They’ve brought together builders, interior designers, lighting, HVAC, Tile and Stone, Landscaping, Flooring experts, and so much more in one easy to access location. This just makes sense to me. It’s like a home show that is open all year round.

Here’s another great thing they are doing-you can book an appointment for a personalized shopping experience tailored to your renovation project. They will actually walk you through the facility to meet with the right people.

https://improvecanada.com/
Mike Holmes
Mike Holmes4 days ago
If you can't use part of your home, then is it really a feature? Take cabinets for example. Unless you're as tall as my son, are you really making much use of those cabinets above the fridge? And forget about it if you require the use of a mobility device like a walker or wheelchair. That's why when I build, I like to think about use and function as well as aesthetics. Cabinets with pull out drawers or a lazy Susan can help make your kitchen a lot more accessible. In some cases, you could even install cabinets on a hydraulic system so that you can easily lower them to an accessible height to take the things you need. You might not need it now, but if you're planning to stay in your home for years to come, you may need it later. Something to think about. #TipTuesday

8 hours ago
Waste is inevitable when you’re doing a renovation. Some materials will be beyond reuse or repair, and they need to be properly disposed of. But I admit, I hate seeing bin after bin get filled up with trash. Especially when it could have been safely reused or donated.
10 hours ago
Installing a basement bathroom is not a simple DIY job—that’s why there are professionals with experience and training to do it for you.

I’m not sure why, but basement bathroom installations seem to attract contractors who love to work without permits.
https://t.co/c9XrW34siz
11 hours ago
Hmm... looks like a complete gut to me. https://t.co/M0Ay8J8pr5
April Lesnick @AprilLesnick
@Make_It_Right Just waiting on approval, permits and material. Going to have to make sure its structurally sound and it will be off grid living at its finest lol https://t.co/ph15uG5iaG

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