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Airing on HGTV (US) on December 29th and Jan 5th.

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 12 episodes, the Holmes’ will take on five houses, and turn them into homes again.

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 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 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…

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Holmes + Holmes 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 + Holmes

 

 

Season 1

  • EP1001: A Bold Move
  • EP1002: Moving up in the World
  • EP1003: Decisions, Decisions
  • EP1004: Distractions and Disagreements
  • EP1005: Trouble at the Finish
  • EP1006: Holmes Sweet Home

 

Season 3

  • EP3019: Families Helping Families
  • EP3020: Holmes Divide and Conquer
  • EP3021: Not a Dry Eye in the House
  • EP3022:Can You Dig It?
  • EP3023: No Bones About It
  • EP3024: Bringing the Heat
  • EP3025: Unfinished Business
  • EP3026: TBA
  • EP3027: TBA
  • EP3028: TBA
  • EP3029: TBA
  • EP3030: TBA

 

Season 2

  • EP2007: We’re in Business
  • EP2008: Water: The Good, The Bad, and The Money
  • EP2009: Demo, Digging, and Dancing
  • EP2010: What Comes Down Must Go Up
  • EP2011: Decisions and Delays
  • EP2012: Debates, Decisions and Designer
  • EP2013: Here We Go Again
  • EP2014: Game Changer
  • EP2015: River House of Dreams
  • EP2016: Smart Suburban Holmes
  • EP2017: A Thousand Goodbyes
  • EP2018: The Holmes Stretch

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Mike HolmesMonday, May 3rd, 2021 at 9:30pm
Have you ever had your electrical inspected? A T&T or test and trouble shoot will have a licensed electrical contractor take a look at your setup and test every plug and connection to check whether it's still in good shape.

I recommend having this done every couple of years - or while you're doing a renovation. Make sure you choose a LICENSED electrical contractor.

My latest for the National Post

#ElectricalSafetyMonth Home and Safety: Electrical Safety Authority
Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesMonday, May 3rd, 2021 at 3:36pm
In this bathroom reno we made sure the homeowners got their own little spa oasis. A niche provides room for storage, and a shower bench is just an awesome experience for a relaxing steam shower. Love the window bringing in some sun. ☀️
For a shower niche you can get pretty creative with the size and style. We are putting in a different patterned tile in the niche for contrast. You can buy prefabricated shower niches or build them custom.
The orange tape you are seeing is KERDI-BAND- a waterproofing strip to seal butt joints and floor/wall connections 👍
Schluter-Systems North America
Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesSunday, May 2nd, 2021 at 11:18pm
When your sink guys decides to have a little fun with your kitchen. 😂
Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesSunday, May 2nd, 2021 at 8:52pm
An energy audit assesses how much energy your home consumes and helps you find solutions to make your home more efficient. It goes a long way to showing you specific trouble spots in your home that are energy sinks that if corrected, can lead to some monthly savings.

I really do recommend hiring a professional to do a full assessment of your home. Depending on the size of your home, it will likely cost you along the lines of $300-500, but they’ll be able to paint a much bigger picture of your home’s efficiency (or lack of it).

Home and Safety: Electrical Safety Authority #ElectricalSafetyMonth

Monday, May 17th, 2021 at 8:44pm
A dripping tap is more than just annoying—it sends your money down the drain. If yours is leaking one drop per second, you are wasting over 2,500 gallons of water per year.
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Monday, May 17th, 2021 at 8:31pm
Low water pressure is a common problem, and there are lots of reasons for it—some small and some big.
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Monday, May 17th, 2021 at 8:05pm
#Radon is the 2nd leading cause of lung cancer after smoking. It’s a colourless, odourless, tasteless gas so the only way to know how much is in your home is through testing.
@RadonCorp https://t.co/IYknHpW8dE
Monday, May 17th, 2021 at 7:44pm
The difference between electrical code and building code. Check it out in the #HolmesOnHomes podcast. https://t.co/Wxk7QdWaKN
Monday, May 17th, 2021 at 4:59pm
There are a few options to consider when installing a drinking water filtration system in your home. I like a reverse osmosis system. Utilizing high pressure, water is forced through a semipermeable membrane that only allows pure water molecules to flow through. @KineticoHQ

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