Sherry and Mike Jr. are in charge on Holmes: Next Generation. Here are their tips for working with your sibling.
I don't know why they look so nervous when dad shows up on site... pic.twitter.com/y5R5O4pQPW— Mike Holmes (@Make_It_Right) February 21, 2018
Contractor Mike Holmes joins forces with his kids, Sherry and Mike Junior, to rescue homeowners from shady contractors, DIY projects gone wrong and dysfunctional homes.
A woman who lost her husband, the neighborhood 'Good Samaritan,' needs help completing many of the DIY projects he had started around the house. So Next Generation is stepping in -- and stepping up -- to 'Make Things Right' for the widow.
A single homeowner too proud to ask for help struggles with maintenance issues and repairs that come with living in an older home. When neighbors started complaining about the state of her home's exterior, Next Generation steps in to help her improve the curb appeal and get rid of the abandoned backyard pool.
A couple relocating to a different part of the city needs help updating their kitchen before putting the house on the market. After a local contractor let them down and drained their budget, Next Generation swoops in to 'Make Things Right' and give this family a fresh start.
Mike Holmes and his kids tackle a renovation that has fallen off the tracks for expectant parents. Next Generation is on a time-sensitive mission to finish the nursery and only working bathroom in the house prior to the baby's arrival.
John and Tanya jumped headfirst at a 171-year-old home after a local contractor guaranteed it had been totally updated. Three years later, they're encountering one problem after another, but they're most concerned someone is going to fall through their spongy and sinking family room floor. Mike and his kids step in and work to make the space safe again.
After three brain surgeries, a marathon runner purchased a home and dreamed of designing the perfect kitchen. She hired a contractor that was unqualified for the job and ended up compromising the home's structure. Now, it's up to Mike and his kids to make things right and restore her peace of mind.