Adam isn’t a man of many words—he let’s his work speak for itself. His undeniable workmanship and focused skill is a key component to the Crew’s success on every job they tackle. Adam is methodical, straightforward and honours his trade by putting it first. His determination to consistently raise the bar and continually improve his skills comes from an honest belief that there is always room to learn. Only a guy like Adam could be Mike Holmes’ son-in-law, rising to the challenge and showing what it takes to earn Mike’s respect.
|"Adam is methodical, straightforward and honours his trade by putting it first."|
YEARS WORKING IN THE INDUSTRY:
YEARS ON THE CREW:
Building a third-story attic in Season 6 of Holmes on Homes®.
DID YOU KNOW?
Adam is a hunter but became the hunted when he met Mike’s daughter, Amanda 10 years ago. They are now married and have two children.
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