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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
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Lien on Me – 2 hr Documentary Special

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Mike HolmesMonday, January 18th, 2021 at 10:02pm
Rethinking our homes in 2021. My latest for the National Post.
Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesMonday, January 18th, 2021 at 5:40pm
There’s this notion that the trades are a fallback career, but nothing could be further than the truth. It takes time, dedication, and passion, but believe me, if you’re a talented contractor, I don’t think you’ll be hurting for work.
Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesMonday, January 18th, 2021 at 4:17pm
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Found this on Instagram, posted by pittsburghinspector.
Mike Holmes
Mike HolmesSunday, January 17th, 2021 at 8:47pm
I have been watching the housing trends carefully this year. The pandemic has changed the way we live in our homes and what we expect out of our homes. It has changed how we spend our renovation dollars, where we want to live, and refocused our renovation efforts.

I’ve always loved living away from the city, but generally Canadians are showing an interest in moving away from highly congested areas to suburban settings.

For homeowners who are not thinking about buying or selling during the pandemic, home renovation projects are becoming increasingly popular.

We all rushed to stock up on toilet paper when the lockdown first happened. We stocked up on canned food, hand sanitizers, paper towels and more. It makes sense that homeowners are thinking about increasing storage spaces when they renovate or buy a home now.

Remember though- first spend your money on things that need to be FIXED around the house. Your new kitchen cabinets can wait. Your leaky roof cannot.

Read more: https://makeitright.ca/holmes-advice/home-safety-maintenance/9-home-trends-that-resulted-from-the-pandemic/
Mike Holmes

Monday, January 18th, 2021 at 8:02pm
A house is the biggest investment most people ever make in their lives—and it doesn’t come with a money-back guarantee. I’ve met many homeowners who either decided to not get a home inspection or didn’t hire the right home inspector.
Monday, January 18th, 2021 at 9:04am
A lot of problems in new home construction surface a few years after you have moved in. If you have done your research on your builder, checked out their reviews and their warranty program, u hire them with confidence.

So where do problems arise?
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