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BEST OF HOLMES ON HOMES

After seven seasons and more than 100 episodes of Holmes On Homes, Mike Holmes has seen – and fixed – almost everything a house can throw at a family. In this 13 part collection, Best of Holmes On Homes highlights some of the most challenging, head-scratching, heart-wrenching jobs Mike and his crew took on.

Whether it’s a collection of the scariest basement stories or horror stories from the kitchen, Best of Holmes On Homes offers the best of the worst in home renovations and what Mike had to do to fix them.

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Below is the full list of seasons and episodes related to “Best Of Holmes On Homes

  • EP1: Kitchen En-counters
  • EP2: Great Pretenders
  • EP3: Hidden Dangers
  • EP4: Wreck Rooms
  • EP5: Super Structures
  • EP6: Shockingly Bad
  • EP7: Down the Drain
  • EP8: Something Completely Different
  • EP9: Emotional Rescues
  • EP10: Fiddling on the Roof
  • EP11: The Great Outdoors
  • EP12: The Unflushables
  • EP13: Games People Play

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Mike HolmesWednesday, August 4th, 2021 at 4:47pm
Are permits a cash grab?
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Mike HolmesWednesday, August 4th, 2021 at 4:22pm
TIP: When taking on a new renovation and upgrading your electrical system, it is generally a good idea to oversize an electrical service to better prepare you for possible future expansions down the road.
Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesWednesday, August 4th, 2021 at 12:56pm
MY GUT FEELING ABOUT REMODELS
Why do you see us gutting a room when we work on a project? You may be thinking, "this is overkill. Won't that be more disruptive than putting in some new cabinets and fixtures?"
Yes, it is, but it's also the most logical thing to do, and the best use of the budget. Let me explain why.
The kitchen may have aluminum wiring from the 1970s, 40-year-old galvanized plumbing and poor insulation. And it may be costing a lot to heat or cool that room, with all that air escaping through uninsulated walls. Wouldn't it make sense to take those walls apart and get your mechanicals and insulation done right? That's how we approach renovations when a family in need reaches out to us. It is never about the shiny countertops and new appliances for us.
Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesTuesday, August 3rd, 2021 at 7:53pm
Site visit from Cali for my bday ☺️ thanks for bringing her Sherry Holmes

Wednesday, August 4th, 2021 at 10:00am
TIP: When taking on a new renovation and upgrading your electrical system, it is generally a good idea to oversize an electrical service to better prepare you for possible future expansions down the road. https://t.co/QasdZkV9Hd
Wednesday, August 4th, 2021 at 9:02am
Part of the reason I do what I do is so that homeowners are empowered to take a closer look at their homes and renovations, to make sure it’s being done right.
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Wednesday, August 4th, 2021 at 6:57am
Adding finished floor space with a basement renovation generally requires an HVAC specialist to balance your forced air system so that you have adequate airflow throughout the basement.
Tuesday, August 3rd, 2021 at 6:04pm
How do you choose your front door lock? Look for hardware that has been tested against the highest industry standards.
BHMA is a group of industry experts that grades residential door hardware performance. A grade of ‘C’ is good, ‘B’ is better and ‘A’ is best.
Tuesday, August 3rd, 2021 at 6:00pm
If you're lucky to have a full space for a laundry room, it's important to think about how you can design it for maximum functionality. Here are some improvement tips to help you better plan your laundry room reno: https://t.co/fwF37N1osT

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