If your contractor has left you hanging, you might want to check out Mike Holmes biography to check into his experience and see what he might be able to do to help you. Over the years, Mike Holmes has come to the rescue of many home owners that have been wronged by contractors. Over charging, bad craftsmanship, cheap materials and the lake of permits and inspections are just a few things that can get Mike Holmes hot under the collar.
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Mike Holmes celebrates his birthday on August 8th. His knowledge and work ethics come from his father, who worked at a plumber in his own business. “Make it Right” is the motto Mike Holmes lives by and executes on his television show “Holmes on Homes.” Not only is Mike Holmes a great TV personality and contractor, he also writes a weekly newspaper column and has written two books.
His books are “Make it Right-Inside Home Renovation with Canada's Most Trusted Contractor” and Holmes Inspection – Everything You Need to Know Before You Buy or Sell Your Home.” Mike Holmes also has a bi-monthly magazine that is available at newsstands North America, “Holmes – The Magazine to Make it Right.” He also has is own boot and clothing line, Holmes Workwear.
While noticing more and more poor craftsmanship and the shortage if youths being interested in skilled trades, Mike Holmes started The Holmes Foundation. The foundation's goal is to get more young people interested in and involved in become skilled tradesmen who do the job well and do the job right.
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