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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 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.

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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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HOLMES APPROVED HOMES 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.

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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 Holmes9 hours ago
Holiday entertaining can be stressful - but it's your job to make sure your home is safe for guests of all mobility levels. Before you host this year, take a look around your home for potential hazards that may trip up someone who isn't used to your home's particular quirks. You want to be on the lookout for tripping hazards (such as area rugs at the top of staircases), choking hazards (if you have very young guests attending this year), and mobility blockades for our family members who need to use a wheelchair or walker to get around. And if you live somewhere with snow and ice - keep those walkways clear! #TipTuesday
Mike Holmes
Mike Holmes1 day ago
You'd be surprised at how much dust has collected in your exhaust fans. Remove the cover and check for build-up. What you see may shock you! And all that dust reduces your fan's performance significantly.
Mike Holmes
Mike Holmes2 days ago
We went in to fix a job that the previous contractor screwed up. This family of 6 has been living in a nightmare for several months and eventually kicked their contractor off the job. Take a look at this bathroom.
The contractor told them the waterproofing doesn't need to go all the way to the ceiling because "water doesn't go there". He also put blobs of cement and broken tiles between the new tiles and the wall. There was NO plumbing or drainage in the shower area.
We are going to make it right for them. We are using the best products and the right installation practices so this family doesn't have to deal with mold. We are also building them a shower niche for extra storage.
Mike Holmes
Mike Holmes3 days ago
A reminder that seeing a little snow on the roof is a good thing - and your roof is designed to hold that extra load. Don't put yourself at risk by unnecessarily trying to shovel snow off your roof! National Post

2 days ago
Decorate with your little ones in mind - if they like to grab and pull, keep dangerous, heavy, and breakable deocrations way out of their reach! #HoHoHolmes https://t.co/hFpZKcpiBA
3 days ago
Don't think you can take a shortcut simply by placing your new flooring over your old. Who's to say the structure underneath isn't in need of repairs? You won't know unless you pull up the old, before you lay the new.
3 days ago
A reminder that seeing a little snow on the roof is a good thing - and your roof is designed to hold that extra load. Don't put yourself at risk by unnecessarily trying to shovel snow off your roof! @nationalpost https://t.co/PkYyw26azh

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