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LIEN ON ME

A family needs more space to comfortably support their new baby and mother, agree to sign a $200,000 contract with a contractor to put an extensive second floor addition on the original house. At the beginning everything seemed fine, but slowly delays and additional expenses began to build.

After a bitter battle over payments, the contractor put a lien on the house and walked off the job. The family appealed to Holmes on Homes for help to finish their renovation. When Mike visited the house he saw at first glance how bad the renovation had gone. He knew he had to do something.

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  • Lien on Me – P1
  • Lien on Me – P2

 

Lien on Me – 2 hr Documentary Special

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Mike HolmesThursday, February 27th, 2020 at 4:04pm
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Mike HolmesWednesday, February 26th, 2020 at 7:43pm
When you've been doing this as long as I have - you start to hear the same questions over and over again. Believe me, I've got the emails to prove it. I hope this will help some of you - but leave me your other homeowner questions in the comments. #OwnItRight #AskMike
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Mike HolmesWednesday, February 26th, 2020 at 3:25pm
I'm still in my overalls, but this time helping homeowners BUY a home. A house is the biggest investment most people will ever make. It's important to take your time walking through a home. Don't be shy about opening up cabinets and looking under the sink. And if you see electrical close to water, you know you will have to budget for a licensed electrician to come in and make it right.

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Mike HolmesTuesday, February 25th, 2020 at 7:00pm
Whatever you do, don’t vent your fans into the attic—they need to exhaust directly outside. The moisture and heat will help create the perfect conditions for mold to grow—and to grow quickly. I’ve seen the damage that can result from ventilation fans releasing air into attics, walls or ceilings, or roof soffits. It causes rot that can destroy your home’s structure. #TipTuesday

Thursday, February 27th, 2020 at 8:53pm
I don’t like to see floor joists notched out to run electrical through them. #HolmesBuyItRight
Thursday, February 27th, 2020 at 8:50pm
The garage was in good shape, but I was concerned about the extra security precautions taken by the previous owner. #HolmesBuyItRight
Thursday, February 27th, 2020 at 8:41pm
A house is like a cake. The frosting (aka the finishes) may look nice, but you won’t know if it’ll taste good until you take a bite. #HolmesBuyItRight

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