Mike Holmes is called to a house that is nothing more than a bad shell. After the homeowners paid a contractor to build a second story addition, he takes off to Europe, leaving the inside of their home exposed to heavy rains for six days. The basement is destroyed and becomes a breeding ground for mould, dry rot, and the biggest nest of ants Mike has ever seen. Everything needs to go, including all of the homeowners’ belongings. The entire layout is re-designed, structure needs to be reinforced and Mike closes in on getting the job done right.
Mike and his crew need to install two steel beams weighing at least 400 pounds each. Just getting them inside the house is a challenge. But when Mike discovers the house isn't level he has to rethink the entire operation.View More
Only the best products and trades will do for every one of Mike's jobs - it always comes down to the details. Find out what the pros are using in this episode of Holmes Makes It Right.View More
Things happen when the cameras stop rolling. Get insider information and find out what Mike really has to say by reading his personal logs from the jobsite.View More
Every project brings its own set of challenges. Mike covers a lot of ground and talks to a lot of pros to make it right. Learn more about some of the topics featured in this episode.View More