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Contractor extraordinaire Mike Holmes has helped hundreds of people get the home or renovation they deserve, but now the homeowner who needs a hand is his son Mike Jr (MJ). "Holmes & Holmes" documents their working and personal relationship as they tackle the renovation of MJ's 750-square-foot bungalow so he and girlfriend Lisa can have a place of their own to start a family. Of course, no sooner is MJ's modest fix-up turned upside down by Mike's ambitious plans to gut the house and add a second story. Each hourlong episode focuses on one stage of the construction process and showcases the latest construction materials and build techniques.

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Check out this fan favorite as The Flood House nears completion and the showpiece fireplace with a custom mantel brings one of the homeowners to tears. Over at The City Barn, more structural issues arise, creating greater challenges than Mike and the team expected.
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Mike and Michael Holmes split up and tackle two jobs separately; Michael takes on the roof and at The City Barn, and Mike uncovers complications when taking down a load-bearing wall at The Flood House.
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Mike and the crew start a new home that was left half-done by a contractor and find all sorts of problems behind the walls; Michael and designer Kimm go shopping for flooring with some furry friends.
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Check out this fan favorite as Mike and his kids go back to their roots and help families. At a home they dub The City Barn, they plan to fix the weathered roof and make the property more accessible for a 13-year-old who is battling cancer. When the reno is delayed because of structural issues, the Holmes team begins a second job at The Flood House and uncovers how a little leak turned into a nightmare for the homeowners.
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Mike meets a woman who needs help with projects since her husband passed away; at The Half Done House, Sherry teaches the apprentices as they frame out the living room's fireplace.
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Mike takes the homeowners through The Half Done House to reveal all the issues discovered during demo; Michael and Derek make a sound diffusion board for a music room.
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Police are called to investigate after Michael makes a startling discovery at The City Barn; Mike shows The Toxic Townhouse's owners the structural issues and dangerous gas line.
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Mike and the team install a new furnace at The Toxic Townhouse, replacing the decade-old gas fireplace; The City Barn owners are welcomed home with a reveal that takes their breath away.
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Mike and the team start on a third project and declare it The Toxic Townhouse after a home inspection uncovers toxic elements and a dangerous pipe issue; the team makes another disturbing discovery at The City Barn.
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Work continues on the Twice Done House with the crew finishing the flooring; Mike must take care of a health issue, leaving Sherry and Michael to put the finishing touches on the renovation.
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Mike shocks the owner of the Twice Done House when he discovers mold in her attic; the exterior of The Half Done House gets a major facelift as two massive trees are removed.
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The Twice Done House gets an exterior makeover and Michael brings the homeowner over to show her the progress; The Half Done House becomes the Fully Done House and the family is welcomed home.

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