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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 – P2

 

Lien on Me – 2 hr Documentary Special

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Mike HolmesSunday, December 8th, 2019 at 3:02pm
We went in to fix a job that the previous contractor screwed up. This family of 6 has been living in a nightmare for several months and eventually kicked their contractor off the job. Take a look at this bathroom.
The contractor told them the waterproofing doesn't need to go all the way to the ceiling because "water doesn't go there". He also put blobs of cement and broken tiles between the new tiles and the wall. There was NO plumbing or drainage in the shower area.
We are going to make it right for them. We are using the best products and the right installation practices so this family doesn't have to deal with mold. We are also building them a shower niche for extra storage.
Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesSaturday, December 7th, 2019 at 5:00pm
A reminder that seeing a little snow on the roof is a good thing - and your roof is designed to hold that extra load. Don't put yourself at risk by unnecessarily trying to shovel snow off your roof! National Post
Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesFriday, December 6th, 2019 at 2:50pm
While most people try to avoid moving during the winter months - sometimes it's unavoidable. Here are my tips to help ease that slog.
Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesThursday, December 5th, 2019 at 4:40pm
I may have gone a LITTLE overboard with the gingerbread house that year... #TBT #ThrowbackThursday

Saturday, December 7th, 2019 at 5:00pm
Don't think you can take a shortcut simply by placing your new flooring over your old. Who's to say the structure underneath isn't in need of repairs? You won't know unless you pull up the old, before you lay the new.
Saturday, December 7th, 2019 at 2:00pm
A reminder that seeing a little snow on the roof is a good thing - and your roof is designed to hold that extra load. Don't put yourself at risk by unnecessarily trying to shovel snow off your roof! @nationalpost https://t.co/PkYyw26azh
Saturday, December 7th, 2019 at 12:00pm
An HRV cycles in fresh, treated outdoor air, while expelling your home's current, moist air. #HoHoHolmes https://t.co/yG6EVOASCu
Friday, December 6th, 2019 at 3:00pm
Make sure all your devices are working AND do a dry run of your escape room. You hope it never happens, but you want to be prepared in case there's a fire. #HoHoHolmes @WestRidgeFH https://t.co/7whfY9Dm2i
Friday, December 6th, 2019 at 11:50am
While most people try to avoid moving during the winter months - sometimes it's unavoidable. Here are my tips to help ease that slog. https://t.co/Hm7uQqGxEC

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