Mike Holmes is going back to his roots rescuing homeowners from unscrupulous contractors, unhealthy homes and D.I.Y. projects gone wrong.  It’s a family affair as his daughter Sherry and son Michael, who share his passion for making it right for deserving families, are right by his side.  Over 5 episodes, the Holmes’ will take on five houses, and turn them into homes again.

Families from Retooled

Click below for more content from “Holmes + Holmes


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 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…

The Twice Done House

Sara’s husband Vince used to manage all the home maintenance tasks but since his passing 10 years ago, things haven’t gone so…

The Toxic Townhouse

The Toxic Townhouse is exactly that! Toxic, after a home inspection uncovers terrible toxic elements in the air, a dangerous gas line…

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…


Click below for Photos & Videos from “Holmes + Holmes Retooled


Holmes + Holmes On Set

Behind the scenes photos from Holmes + Holmes

The Flood House

Behind the scenes photos from The Flood House


Below is the full list of seasons and episodes related to “Holmes + Holmes Retooled




  • EP01: The Flood House
  • EP02: The Half Done House
  • EP03: The Twice Done House
  • EP04: The Toxic Townhouse
  • EP05: The City Barn


New on Facebook

Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesSunday, February 28th, 2021 at 7:54pm
Next time you need to get your roof replaced or repaired, it’s worth going beyond minimum code. No matter what you choose - fibreglass, metal, asphalt, whatever-always choose a quality product. If your roof is installed correctly with high quality materials, you can rest assured the inside of your house will be protected. Don’t try to save a few bucks by hiring someone who is not a professional contractor or not picking high quality shingles.
Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesSunday, February 28th, 2021 at 4:00pm
Elektra, no, wait, Alexis, no it's Alphonso - wait, what's her name? Hope you like this blooper from an old shoot.
Mike Holmes
Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesSaturday, February 27th, 2021 at 8:52pm
Found this photo online - wondering what the reasoning behind this was. I can tell you this was NOT done by a pro.
Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesSaturday, February 27th, 2021 at 5:38pm
There are simple landscaping jobs that homeowners can tackle such as painting, clearing yard waste and planting in your planters. But if your landscaping plans go beyond that, I would recommend bringing in a professional.

For example, incorrectly laying down interlocking can create major issues. Without properly compacting the soil and gravel underneath the stone, that soil could sink, allowing water to pool – or worse, flow right toward your foundation. A job done poorly on the outside of your home can actually cause big problems inside.

PHOTOS FROM Salisbury Landscaping in Edmonton.

Sunday, February 28th, 2021 at 10:04pm
There are some great professional builders out there who can help make your dream home a reality. And there are also some who really shouldn’t be in business. So how do you choose a builder who will MAKE IT RIGHT?
Sunday, February 28th, 2021 at 9:12pm
Not too long ago, a family reached out to my team for help. Their story is an insurance nightmare. A dishwasher leak caused a chain of unfortunate events, and they couldn't use their kitchen anymore.
Sunday, February 28th, 2021 at 2:00pm
One of the reasons I do what I do is that I appreciate having the opportunity to educate a wide audience on what's right: whether it's how a home is constructed or how it's inspected. There's a right way to do things and a very, very, very wrong way.

Recent Photos


Make It Right®