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The Holmes Group – P.O. Box 40581 Six Points Plaza, P.O. 5230 Dundas Street W, Toronto, ON M9B 6K8
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BuzzFeed News put out an article about the company responsible for this online scam plus many others. This company has made a lot of money from this scam and taken advantage of people.
Please remember to always internet surf wisely and always use plenty of common sense – and do your own independent research before you buy any product you see online. If you think I am standing behind a product, check out my website to verify that.
I can’t count the number of projects dad and I tackled together at home. By putting a hammer in my hands, he was started on the path that would decide my entire life. But at the time, I was just making memories with dad. Don’t count out experiences like this with your kids. https://t.co/lh8MR6vURw
if you are considering spending thousands of dollars on new tile, carpet or hardwood, you’d be crazy not to spend some time making sure the subfloor and joists that support that floor are in good shape. If you don’t, you’re asking to be disappointed in your new floor.
They finally found the scammers who were using my likeness to run a Facebook subscription scam. My lawyer sent a cease-and-desist letter to stop these ads. This is what the company said: “Mike Holmes got really crazy on the legal side with us”
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.
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