Anna and Terry traded in their starter bungalow for a larger one with a big front porch and a wild, untended backyard. Now the front porch that attracted them is falling apart, and fixing the grading, as the home inspector suggested, went way over budget.
Scott and Erin need Mike to do a Holmes Inspection to shore up their spirits and make them feel safer in their new home. As always, Damon and the crew have his back.
Jeff and Josette are keen to get back home to their renovated open concept house. Mike's Holmes Inspection has found far more issues than they expected.
Clay and Clayton were thrilled to negotiate their house price lower based on the issues raised in their home inspection report. The trouble is, now that they've put thousands of dollars and hours into repairs, they're discovering things the home inspector missed.
Kim and Jason buy their dream home but have woken up to safety issues not reported by their home inspector. Mike will do a Holmes Inspection and Make it Right.
James and Doreen were thrilled to be able to afford a house for their growing family. Unfortunately, the deal closed before they could read their home inspection report. Soon after moving in, they discovered electrical issues that made them fear for their kids' safety.
When Andrew and Melissa had a little girl, they needed to buy a house with more space in a family-friendly neighbourhood - they did not expect more problems. They had a home inspection before they bought, but the inspector missed signs of obvious neglect that could lead directly to much bigger issues.
Jennifer and Paul wanted an older home with character and curb appeal. When the home inspection report came back with only minor repairs, Paul tackled them with enthusiasm. It wasn't long before they began to suspect that the home inspector had missed some much bigger problems, and called in Mike Holmes for a second opinion.
Ryan and Eunice spent years in a tiny condo saving for their dream house in the suburbs. The home inspector was very reassuring, and they maxed out their mortgage to buy. Now they've got more house than furniture and a lot more problems than they ever expected.
Fred and Sara have been out of their beloved historical home for weeks while Damon and the crew follow up on all the things Mike Holmes found that their home inspector missed.
Keith and Caitlin tried not to be dazzled by a renovated kitchen and made sure they got a home inspection before they bought. But it was a satellite dish installer who found they had a rotten roof, not the home inspector.
Mike and Tricia's home inspector told them the house they wanted to buy was worth an eight out of 10. Young and enthusiastic, they bought. When the pipes in their main-floor laundry room froze and the drain backed up, they called Mike Holmes.
Kim and Daniel bought this house so that their two little girls could grow up in a safe family home. They really tried to follow the advice of their home inspector, but problems were missed and things went from bad to worse.
The house Kris and Dave bought had a finished basement, ideal for their active boys. When Dave found mould on some toys, he tore open the dry wall in the closet, only to discover a cold room that should never have been closed in.
Cathy and Tim thought a house with two fireplaces would be very romantic. The home inspector thought everything would be okay once the fireplaces were cleaned. Mike Holmes is here to tell them the inspector missed something way more important.
Rick and Deirdre flipped when they saw this gorgeous, open-concept renovation with its stunning stone fireplace. Unfortunately, the home inspector did not read the signs that this house was a flop, filled with shoddy, quickly done work - but Mike Holmes did. Mike will do his own inspection, as Damon and the crew get set for all the work it will take to make this one right.
When David and San Yee bought their house, the home inspector declared it was 'above average.' It was San Yee who found something that could put the health of their small family at risk.
When Neil and Michelle went looking for their first house together, they fell for one with a big kitchen addition. The home inspector found no major issues and, reassured, they bought the house. That first winter they suffered through cold feet, a terrible smell and plenty of overloaded electrical circuits.
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