About the Show

Mike Holmes is making it right for homeowners who were the ultimate victims of renovations gone wrong. He’s picking up where he left off with his hit series Holmes on Holmes and Holmes Inspection and taking on the biggest disasters yet. But this time, he’s not just helping unhappy homeowners, he’s making a difference in entire communities where they just don’t need a contractor, they need a miracle.

Episodes

Season 1, Episode 11

Sign Language Friendly Home

Cheryl decides to handle a bathroom renovation on her own after searching for the right contractor proves harder than it looks. Her family and friends pitch in to help, but even the best intentions can't substitute real expertise. When the truth comes crashing through her ceiling, Cheryl puts a stop to her DIY reno and is left without a working shower for 5 months. Mike comes to her rescue but soon realizes that she needs a lot more than just a shower. Cheryl is deaf but doesn't have a home that is sign-language friendly, which turns this standard bathroom reno into a breakthrough project for Mike and his team.

Friday
Oct 24
6:30am | 5:30c
Season 1, Episode 1

A Case of Shingles

Mike Holmes and his crew get on top of a bad roof that has plagued a family for nearly half a century. Living on both sides of their semi-detatched home, this family has been coping with leaks for over 40 years - and Mike's got the evidence to prove it. There's mold in the attic, barely any insulation, and as a result, heat loss like Mike has never seen. Mike and his team conquer the scorching heat and accomplish their mission, demonstrating that a roof built right protects everything underneath it.

Friday
Oct 31
6:30am | 5:30c
Season 1, Episode 13

Over their Heads

Homeowners Catherine and Cameron wanted to give their fifty-year-old home an update. They paid $100,000 out of pocket for what was supposed to be their dream renovation. But unfortunately, the contractor they hired didn't have the right skills to deliver the goods, and made a mess of their home in the process. He cut corners by not hiring a licensed electrician and did all of the electrical himself. He moved doors and compromised structure, and the sub trades he hired caused $10,000 in roof damages using $10 worth of staples! Completely disheveled, Catherine and Cameron turn to Mike for help, who gives them a Valentine they'll never forget.

Friday
Nov 7
6:30am | 5:30c
Season 1, Episode 16

Starting Again

Manuel and his wife were like two peas in a pod, but now it's just one, and the pod is in desperate need of some TLC. After his wife passed away, Manuel couldn't sleep in their bedroom, which was part of an old addition previous homeowners had built. So he closed off the space which opened it up to critters for the last 4 years. There's no foundation, no permits, and no way Mike is leaving without giving Manuel a warm space to fill with new memories. Mike takes it all down to the ground, and for the first time in Holmes history he let's the family play a big role in the rebuild. But before the job's done they'll need to redo a retaining wall, deal with asbestos and Manuel's son, Ben will feel the real pain of a bathroom demo.

Friday
Nov 14
6:30am | 5:30c
Season 2, Episode 2

Below Board: A House That Looks Good on the Outside Hides a Rotten Secret

Mel and Lisa bought their house 3 years ago, which at the time was only 5 years old. A jack of most trades, Mel did the home inspection himself and concluded the house just needed a fresh coat of paint. But the truth starts to seep through after a heavy storm and they discover that their exterior walls have turned to mush. The Holmes team has its hands full when they start to peel back the layers are shocked by what they find, a problem that threatens an entire neighborhood!

Friday
Nov 21
6:30am | 5:30c
Season 1, Episode 17

Ain't Seen Nothing Yet

Lali put her trust in the wrong hands. She paid $11,000 for $200 worth of work and has been living in chaos for the last 13 months. Her neighbor promised a kitchen reno but left it as a demo and has been delivering nothing but excuses for over a year. Mike retraces the Contractor's steps as he tears down the work and discovers that this guy is one of the ugly contractors he warns homeowners about -- and he's got the poor track record to prove it. Not only is the work unfinished, it's dangerous. The contractor has robbed Lali threefold: First of her money, then her trust and finally her safety. But Mike restores her trust as he restores her home, and helps mend a relationship that should have never been broken. In the end, Mike gets what he gives when Lali and her daughter deliver the best reaction he's ever received -- and fans will ever hear!

Friday
Dec 12
6:30am | 5:30c
Season 1, Episode 12

A Lift Up

Gill and Julie installed a one-of-a-kind wheelchair lift for their daughter Maya, who has Cerebral Palsy, only to discover that the $17,500 prototype doesn't work. Despite all of the major renovations they have already invested in their home, Gill has no choice but to continue carrying Maya up and down the stairs, which is only getting harder. Mike arrives on site to help give Maya her independence, but the goal proves to be more than a challenge. The trouble starts with just getting the old lift out, and Mike is forced to rethink his approach, redesign the layout and revise his plan to make it right.

Friday
Dec 26
6:30am | 5:30c
Season 2, Episode 3

5 Years Old: Newer Is Not Necessarily Better

Randy and Carleen bought a brand new house to avoid the headaches and worries of an older home. But they soon discover that newer doesn't always mean better. Since Day 1 they have had nothing but problems, and after countless attempts to contact the builder, their warranties expire leaving them on their own. Bringing in his team of pros, Mike Holmes proves that building beyond the minimum leads to maximum results.

Thursday
Oct 15
6:30am | 5:30c
Season 2, Episode 18

Walk the Planks: A Second-Storey Deck is an Accident Waiting to Happen

Benny and Queenie bought a 9-year-old home for their growing family. Their home inspector said the second-storey deck had some moisture but it was nothing to worry about, all it needed was a fresh coat of paint. As soon as Benny begins working on the first piece of trim, the deck starts to fall apart. After receiving quotes between $35,000 and $50,000 to repair the damage they contact Mike Holmes to help save their home and their life savings. Mike and his team start taking it apart and discover that the builder did not build it to code. The structure is compromised with rotted wood and could collapse at any moment. Mike is beside himself and shows what happens when homes are built for looks and not for safety.

Thursday
Jan 28
6:30am | 5:30c
Season 2, Episode 11

Lawn and Order: A Couple Tries to Retain Their Composure When Their Deck and Retaining Walls Fail

Dan and Sarah bought their home 2 years ago with dreams of backyard bliss. They planned to extend the home's existing deck to create a more safe and usable space for their children to play. After admiring their neighbours' deck and receiving a quote that seemed too good to be true, they hired the same person for the job. By the time they realized the project was much bigger than anticipated, and vastly underquoted, it was too late to turn back. Dan and Sarah turn to Mike who arrives on deck just in time to make it right and avoid a major catastrophe.

Thursday
Feb 4
6:30am | 5:30c
Season 2, Episode 12

Great Wall of Crap: A Retaining Wall Faces Complete Failure When a Contractor Doesn't Measure Up

The retaining wall on Elaine and Bert's property was starting to fail when a contractor working next door offers to help. As the work gets underway, it quickly becomes clear that the construction isn't up to par, and finally an engineer confirms what they already suspect: their wall is the worst job they have ever seen. Their contractor completely gives up, and literally picks up his tools and goes home. Mike Holmes takes over the job and shows exactly what can go wrong when you don't do the homework that leads you to the right professional.

Tuesday
May 2
6:30am | 5:30c
Season 1, Episode 10

Labor of Love

When a high school student suddenly passes away after a football game, his shop teacher and classmates decide to help his family by renovating their basement as part of a school project. But the job gets too big for them to handle on their own and they send for help. Mike Holmes answers the call, on the condition that they help him finish what they started. Working together towards the same goal, Mike teaches the boys valuable lessons in construction, and how rebuilding can sometimes help heal wounds.

Tuesday
May 16
6:30am | 5:30c
Season 2, Episode 3

5 Years Old: Newer Is Not Necessarily Better

Randy and Carleen bought a brand new house to avoid the headaches and worries of an older home. But they soon discover that newer doesn't always mean better. Since Day 1 they have had nothing but problems, and after countless attempts to contact the builder, their warranties expire leaving them on their own. Bringing in his team of pros, Mike Holmes proves that building beyond the minimum leads to maximum results.

Tuesday
May 23
6:30am | 5:30c

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