Mike Holmes is back to help out homeowners in need. But he’s not doing it alone! Mike is bringing his kids, Mike Holmes Jr and Sherry Holmes for Holmes 911, his new TV show airing this fall on CTV Life Channel. Watch Mike Holmes and his team help homeowners in need who’ve been victims of unscrupulous contractors and bad DIYers. Over 12 episodes, Mike, Mike Jr., and Sherry fix five houses for homeowners in need. Watch Mike Holmes and his crew turn these “houses” into “homes” again! Holmes 911 premieres on Tuesday, September 17, 2019 @ 9:00 PM ET/PT exclusively on CTV Life Channel.
Families from Season 3
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The Flood House
In The Flood House, homeowners Bob and Barb find out how a little leak turned into a huge disaster and insurance nightmare…
The City Barn
In The City Barn we meet Patricia and Rob and their kids Kiana and Jake. The plan is to fix the weathered roof and make the house…
The Half Done House
After seven months of renovations, Greg and Karen’s home was still half done; Mike and his team start from scratch finding…
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Holmes 911 On Set
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The Flood House
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SEASONS & EPISODES
Below is the full list of seasons and episodes related to “Holmes 911”
- EP3001: Families Helping Families
- EP3002: Holmes Divide and Conquer
- EP3003: Not a Dry Eye in the House
- EP3004: Can You Dig It?
- EP3005: No Bones About It
- EP3006: Bringing the Heat
- EP3007: Unfinished Business
- EP3008: TBA
- EP3009: TBA
- EP3010: TBA
- EP3011: TBA
- EP3012: TBA
A deck is not a cheap investment, but it does pay off. You make your homebuyer (if you are selling) feel like they have more useable space. Depending on the scope of the project, you can see upwards of an 80% of the price of the deck reflected in the new value of the home.
Homeowners are always thinking about renovating the kitchen or a bathroom, knocking down a wall, or making a room bigger. They spend all their time choosing tiles, flooring, appliances, lighting. But you know where the money should be spent first? On your home’s exterior.
I've been in the TV business for almost 20 years. I learned early on that tv and construction don’t mix—that’s probably why no one ever did it before. No one had ever seen on television what really goes on when you renovate a home, including all the problems you can run into.
Good landscaping works for the homeowner. planting trees in smart areas so that they provide nice cooling shade for your main structure. Or plotting a good spot for a vegetable garden that will get enough sun to grow good things all season long.