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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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Mike HolmesTuesday, August 14th, 2018 at 9:50pm
A level floor makes our tiling a much easier job. Pouring it over the subfloor, it will fill in any dips or even out high spots. It’s great for smaller areas where you’re putting new flooring, like in a bathroom. Lay the self-leveler, let it sit for a few hours hours and you’re ready for your next step. Sika #HolmesAndHolmes
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Mike HolmesTuesday, August 14th, 2018 at 9:27pm
As far as I’m concerned, this should be in every home. The Radostat from Radon Environmental Management Corp. attached right to your heat recovery ventilator (HRV) and as soon as it detects a spike in radon, it automatically triggers an air change with your HRV to rid the house of radon. Once the radon dilutes in the outside air, it’s absolutely harmless. I love this! #HolmesAndHolmes
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Mike HolmesTuesday, August 14th, 2018 at 4:05pm
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Mike HolmesMonday, August 13th, 2018 at 2:28pm
My best advice for those of you planning to stay in your home for years to come: start making those subtle changes to accommodate future accessibility needs now. My latest for the National Post

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