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®





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.





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®.




Mike Holmes has partnered with top builders across the country that are building to his standards. Find a home builder in your area whose making it right.






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.





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.


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.




Friday, January 29th, 2021 @ 4:43pm

There’s a lot of misunderstanding around modular homes. Perhaps one of the confusing things about them is that they can...

Vicky’s Homes Before & After Project

Wednesday, July 15th, 2020 @ 2:04pm

This gorgeous Donsdale property was extensively renovated by Vicky’s Homes, a Holmes Approved Builder and Renovator. Check out these before and...

Why Buy A Modular Home

Friday, January 10th, 2020 @ 2:48pm

Blog By: Prestige Homes Why buy a modular home? From the experts at Prestige Homes, these are the top reasons: 5....

Custom Home Design Trends: Past, Present &...

Tuesday, November 19th, 2019 @ 4:50pm

Blog By: Timber Block   Like almost everything, trends can change drastically from year to year - and the same goes for the custom home industry.  Josh...

Net Zero Energy Homes: Building It Right

Monday, April 15th, 2019 @ 3:24pm

Blog By: Effect Homes Building an energy efficient home is the combination of using better building materials, and ensuring that everything...

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It was an honour to meet Prince Philip. Photo from 2013.
Judith Irving and I are the patrons to the Royal Canadian regiment.
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Mike Holmes16 hours ago
If you live on a home with a well system, radon can be present in your water. So what can you do about it? First, have your water tested by a professional - then, if the radon levels are high, install the Airwell from Radon Environmental Management Corp.
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Mike Holmes19 hours ago
Expanding foam! For anyone looking to mend their fence post, install a birdfeeder or a mailbox, check out this easy (and DIY) method. 👍

Here we are using the Sika PostFix-a two-part, pre-proportioned polyurethane resin. When it is mixed (in the bag) it produces an expanding foam. You can find it at your local home improvement stores. Just make sure you use the proper protection-gloves, safety glasses.

Here’s what to do:

👉Lay down the pkg and roll the bag so you break the seal. Mix it up by running it over your knee - nice and easy.

👉Cut a corner off the bag and pour the mix close to the post.

👉The PostFix will foam up - it’s a fast setting polyurethane foam and will reach full strength in about two hours.

👉Then you just cover the foam back up with your soil and a little bit of seed. Bob’s your uncle, it’s that easy.

You could use this stuff to install fence posts, gate posts, mailboxes, bird feeders, and even light posts. Spring is a good time to get started on all those outdoor projects you’ve been putting off. If you’ve got fences on your property - you should be checking them every spring for instances of mould or rot - and replace any boards or posts immediately before if affects the rest of the fence.

Product available through Sika and Sika Canada Inc.
Mike Holmes
Mike Holmes2 days ago
I got SO many awesome questions about your water systems, that I had to make another video just to answer a few more.

I've recently had a state-of-the-art water softening and reverse osmosis drinking water system installed in my home by the pros at Kinetico Water Systems. I can absolutely feel and TASTE the difference when I shower or drink water. My filters are customized to suit the needs of my water system - that makes a difference. These guys are total pros. 👍

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Mike Holmes

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If you live on a home with a well system, radon can be present in your water. So what can you do about it? First, have your water tested by a professional - then, if the radon levels are high, install the Airwell from @RadonCorp
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Do you have a drafty house? Here are my tips for preventing heat loss and eliminating drafts in your home.
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Sometimes finding a leak is a lot like being a detective—you have to find the source of the problem by looking at the evidence. Where’s the water coming from? Where should you check for leaks? Is it a plumbing problem?
18 hours ago
Most homeowners tackle their landscaping to improve the curb appeal of their home. But as a contractor, I can tell you that good landscaping goes beyond the curb appeal.
21 hours ago
If you have to replace or install a fence post, bird feeder or a mailbox post, check out PostFix (expanding foam) by @SikaCanada/ @Sika_USA. Worth looking into.

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