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HOLMES INSPECTION

Holmes Inspection, the latest series from The Holmes Group featuring Mike Holmes shines a spotlight on innocent homeowners facing massive repair bills and dangerous living conditions due to incompetence within the unregulated home inspection industry. Disillusioned and now distrusting, they call in Mike Holmes to give them a personal Holmes Inspection and assessment, and to Make it Right.

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SEASONS & EPISODES

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

Season 1

  • EP01: Soaked
  • EP02: Frigid Floor
  • EP03: Abated Breath
  • EP04: Exhausting the Issue
  • EP05: Go With the Flow
  • EP06: Holding it In
  • EP07: Troubled Waters
  • EP08: Full of Surprises
  • EP09: No More Down and Out
  • EP10: A Heated Issue
  • EP11: A Hole Lot of History P1
  • EP12: A Hole Lot of History P2
  • EP13: Watch Your Step
  • EP14: A Century Ago
  • EP15: A Stitch in Time
  • EP16: No Breathing Room
  • EP17: New Beginnings
  • EP18: Sump-thing New
  • EP19: Acres of Pain
  • EP20: Back to the Drawing Board
  • EP21: Terminated
  • EP22: A Load of Trouble P1
  • EP23: A Load of Trouble P2
  • EP24: Headroom Headache
  • EP25: Plumb Unlucky
  • EP26: Heads up Heating

Season 2

  • EP27: Little House, Big Trouble
  • EP28: Backyard Blues
  • EP29: Cold Welcome
  • EP30: Failing Grade
  • EP31: Ducts in a Row
  • EP32: Pane-full Truth
  • EP33: Down the Drain
  • EP34: Pump up the Heat
  • EP35: Cold Front
  • EP36: Rail Against the Deck
  • EP37: Paths of Destruction
  • EP38: Something Stinks
  • EP39: Cozying it Up
  • EP40: Looks are Deceiving P1
  • EP41: Looks are Deceiving P2
  • EP42: Getting Hosed
  • EP43: Moisture Madness
  • EP44: Through the Roof
  • EP45: Stacked Against Us
  • EP46: Attic Deal Breaker
  • EP47: Bigger not Better
  • EP48: Trouble Overhead
  • EP49: Minor Finds, Major Fixes
  • EP50: Bigger Bungle
  • EP51: Below Grade
  • EP52: Steamed

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Mike HolmesSaturday, March 6th, 2021 at 1:14am
Turns out, renovation IS a team sport. Alison Victoria and I are getting ready to #RockTheBlock starting THIS MONDAY at 9|8c on HGTV.

Are you #TeamAlisonAndMike? Let me know!
Mike Holmes
#RockTheBlock premiering Monday on HGTV
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Mike HolmesFriday, March 5th, 2021 at 9:24pm
On every job we do, even if we had no reason to touch their electrical set up (and let’s be honest, we always have a reason to ensure their set up is in good shape), we always, always, ALWAYS install whole home surge protection to their electrical panel.

When an electrical surge happens, it can cause serious harm to the appliances and electronics inside a home. This is why we install whole home surge protection.

It's something I believe should be in every home. Then, in case a surge does occur - you’ll be protecting your expensive electronics and appliances. I once had a surge take out most of the electronics in my home, and trust me, it wasn’t cheap to replace them.

So why do you want whole home surge protection? Here’s why:

👉 Power strips can help protect your laptops and televisions, but you won’t be protecting every appliance in your home this way.

👉 A home contains thousands of dollars in electronics and appliances that require protection.

👉 A surge can strike out of nowhere - it can come from thunderstorms, or if work’s being done to the utility grid, or when the power comes back on after an outage

👉 Even low-level surges over time can add up to do big-time damage to all the expensive appliances in your home

I’ve been working with Eaton's Electrical Sector for years - I know that they stand for quality. With their whole home surge protection in place, we know that we’re leaving our homeowner's electrical setups safe and secure from any surges. After I lost all my gadgets to a surge, I installed one on my panel too.
Mike Holmes
Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesFriday, March 5th, 2021 at 8:28pm
Even the most careful homeowners might get tripped up when shopping for a home. They may get taken in by the big yard for hosting BBQs, and miss signs of water intrusion because of bad grading next to the foundation. Buying a home is probably the most expensive investment you’ll ever make - but it can be difficult to know if you’re making the right decision beyond what your gut tells you.

Tell me - when you bought your home, what was the biggest mistake you made during the process? No judgement here, I’m genuinely curious.
Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesFriday, March 5th, 2021 at 2:20am
Who needs some bathroom reno inspiration?

Friday, March 5th, 2021 at 4:01pm
Reveal day is my favourite day on the job. Nothing beats taking somebody’s house and making it a home again. To me, nothing feels better.
Thursday, March 4th, 2021 at 11:15pm
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Thursday, March 4th, 2021 at 4:00pm
How can you prepare for legal challenges during a reno? It starts with a WRITTEN contract with a construction timeline and payment schedule based on project milestones NOT on dates. Having clear guidelines protects you as a homeowner.

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