All new episodes of Holmes Inspection prove looks are deceiving

This September, HGTV Canada is bringing more shock, surprise and homeowner fury with all-new episodes of Holmes Inspection.

Beginning with one of the worst homes ever seen on the show, Mike Holmes visits a relatively new subdivision only to find truth in the old saying “looks can be deceiving”. The home needs so much work that it can’t be covered in just one episode – it will air as a two-part premiere on Thursday, September 1st at 9pm ET/PT.

The premiere introduces homeowners Sean and Carol who bought a beautiful and recently renovated home close to their parents to raise their newborn son. Living with a myriad of problems, they are in need of a Holmes Inspection.

Mike Holmes discovers that this house not only needs a full roof replacement, fumigation, and insulation – but the very structure of it shows poor workmanship that needs the Mike Holmes fix. So much has to be done, and on such a large scale, it goes far beyond what the homeowners ever could have imagined.

Holmes Inspection shines a spotlight on innocent homeowners facing massive repair bills and dangerous living conditions, encouraging home buyers to spot problems before purchasing a home. Each new episode features Mike Holmes solving unique dilemmas from homeowners who are facing daunting renovations or potential health threats.

About Mike Holmes:

Mike Holmes is known as Canada’s Most Trusted Contractor, and the man whose mission it is to Make it Right™. He is the host and creator of Holmes on Homes, which aired on HGTV Canada for seven successful seasons. Mike Holmes’ knowledge, professionalism and honesty bring a high level of credibility to this show.

Mike’s initiatives in new home construction and ‘eco-friendly’ building were demonstrated in his series Holmes in New Orleans–a ratings success when it aired in April of 2009. Holmes in New Orleans won a Gemini award for Best Lifestyle/Practical Information Series.

Mike is now taking home renovation and construction to a new level. He is developing Wind Walk, the first Holmes Community, in Southwest Alberta. This unique community of eco-friendly and sustainable homes will set a new standard for residential construction and design.

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