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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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Sunday, August 2nd, 2020 at 9:05pm
A deck is not a cheap investment, but it does pay off. You make your homebuyer (if you are selling) feel like they have more useable space. Depending on the scope of the project, you can see upwards of an 80% of the price of the deck reflected in the new value of the home.
Sunday, August 2nd, 2020 at 4:29pm
Homeowners are always thinking about renovating the kitchen or a bathroom, knocking down a wall, or making a room bigger. They spend all their time choosing tiles, flooring, appliances, lighting. But you know where the money should be spent first? On your home’s exterior.
Sunday, August 2nd, 2020 at 10:27am
I've been in the TV business for almost 20 years. I learned early on that tv and construction don’t mix—that’s probably why no one ever did it before. No one had ever seen on television what really goes on when you renovate a home, including all the problems you can run into.
Saturday, August 1st, 2020 at 8:04pm
Good landscaping works for the homeowner. planting trees in smart areas so that they provide nice cooling shade for your main structure. Or plotting a good spot for a vegetable garden that will get enough sun to grow good things all season long.
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Saturday, August 1st, 2020 at 6:00pm
Overtime, the mortar between your bricks will erode away. You'll need to have the old mortar scraped out and replaced with new to keep water and moisture from damaging the structure. This is called tuck-pointing.

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