Urea Got Me

EP1006:

Episode Synopsis

Mike Holmes investigates a house recently retrofitted with a substance that has been banned in Canada for decades.  The homeowners start to show health issues that could be linked to the Urea Formaldehyde insulation in their home. But Mike and his crew soon discover the cause of their symptoms goes beyond their walls. What starts as a problem with their insulation quickly turns into a total demo and Mike is faced with a decision he’s reluctant to make.

Mike's Notes

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.

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Products & Trades

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.

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Photos

They say a picture's worth a thousand words. Sometimes it can say a lot more. Check out photo galleries featuring Behind The Scenes, Before & After's and Screen Grabs.

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Related Articles

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.

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