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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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THIRD PARTY INSPECTIONS

 

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 Holmes21 hours ago
Love what the team at General Products Outdoor Furniture put together for my ultimate deck. You know me, I hate to give up control, so when I put this all in the hands of Stuart and the team, and told them to suprise me, I didn't know what I would get back. But wow, I really have to say that they nailed it! What do you think?
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Mike Holmes
Mike Holmes2 days ago
Can your exhaust fans do the heavy lifting needed to pull that excess moisture out of your home? Here's how you test: turn your fan on, grab a tissue, and hold the tissue up to the fan and let go. If the tissue is held in place by the fan, it's in good shape. If it flutters to the ground, it might be time to have a pro look at your exhaust fan. #TipTuesday
Mike Holmes
Mike Holmes3 days ago
I always saw TV as a problem. I was seeing too many people end up in a world of trouble because they were “inspired” by something they saw on TV. They would watch home improvement shows that made renovating a bathroom or finishing a basement seem easy. Next thing you know, they would spend thousands of dollars on fixtures and finishes that need to be ripped out not even six months later.

The shows I was seeing were only about the "lipstick and mascara"—granite countertops, crown moulding, hardwood floors, potlights, ceramic tiles, fancy bathroom fixtures—the eye candy. But they never taught viewers anything important about their homes. Things like proper building code, indoor air quality, making a house airtight, controlling moisture, or knowing if removing a wall will screw up structure.

My approach for Holmes on Homes was different. I thought if I could show people what a job done right is supposed to look like—using television—I could help save thousands of people from huge disasters.
Mike Holmes
Mike Holmes3 days ago
Creating a kitchen that's just right - no matter the size of the space. My latest for the National Post.

15 hours ago
There have been many times over the course of my career that I have wanted to quit filming. Then I think of all the homeowners who are looking for education and awareness, and I feel a sense of responsibility towards them. https://t.co/5n2D8V1ur4
18 hours ago
Note: this is NOT where you store your tools https://t.co/hwoFJfLl8a
Brian Whelton @brianwhelton
My God!, Just look at the old cobweb in this fuse box, does no one have pride in their work places anymore?

Clean it FFS... https://t.co/UfypYX1AlT
18 hours ago
8 reasons why you need a smart lock. Read now: https://t.co/a2kcbS5AlU
18 hours ago
Magazines and television shows inspire people to renovate. Home-improvement stores are full of great products, offer financing and seminars for homeowners. No wonder everyone wants to improve their home. Here are some things DIY shows don't show you. https://t.co/lhgriSfEGH
1 day ago
Building is in my blood, and I got it from my father. I never really thought about television, but TV has allowed me to educate homeowners about what to look for in contractors, how to build it right and what proper building codes are.

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