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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 Holmes4 days ago
I wouldn't say it's Risky Business to declare that a Holmes #Halloween party is more fun than a Barrel of Monkeys! #TBT #ThrowbackThursday
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Mike Holmes5 days ago
I’d rather not buy a house than buy the wrong one, and you should too. We all know it’s very easy to make a house look good on the surface, and you can hide a world of trouble behind the walls.
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Mike Holmes5 days ago
I'm so proud of my daughter who continues to speak out and be an advocate for women in the trades. She's brought some new members to our crew - meet Trish and Bailey from Conestoga College.
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Women In Trades: Conversation with Sherry Holmes & Conestoga Students
Sherry Holmes brings her apprentices Trish and Bailey (Conestoga college students) into the office to discuss the importance of Women In Trades. Asking what'...
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Mike Holmes6 days ago
Over time, grease can build up around your stove - which in extreme cases could lead to a kitchen fire! Don't forget to clean your grates and burners regularly. Especially now that we're going into the holiday season - and possibly making more use of our kitchens. #TipTuesday

22 hours ago
Every homeowner should have some basic knowledge about tools—not necessarily to renovate their home themselves, but maybe for smaller projects, like hanging a picture, changing a door, building a shelf, or maybe even doing some interlocking stonework outside.
24 hours ago
I still get homeowners telling me their contractor says it’ll be fine to put the old tile over new, or the old hardwood with new, and it’ll cost less. It won't be fine, and if your contractor suggests that, get rid of him—he doesn’t know what he’s doing. https://t.co/f9RT4H7XII
2 days ago
Minimum code is in place for safety—to make sure your house will stay standing and no one will be injured by it. The fact is minimum code sometimes just isn’t good enough for quality. If it were, we wouldn’t have the problems we do now.

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