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Mike Holmes (Michael James Holmes) was born on 3 August, 1963 in Halton Hills, Canada, is a Builder/contractor,Businessman,Investor,Television host,Philanthropist.

Popular As Michael James Holmes
Occupation Builder/contractor,Businessman,Investor,Television host,Philanthropist
Age 57 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 3 August 1963
Birthday 3 August
Birthplace Halton Hills, Canada

Mike Holmes Height, Weight & Measurements

At 57 years old, Mike Holmes height is 185 cm .

Physical Status
Height 185 cm
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Dating & Relationship status

He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don’t have much information about He’s past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

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Children Sherry Holmes, Amanda Holmes, Mike Holmes Jr.

Mike Holmes Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is Mike Holmes worth at the age of 57 years old? Mike Holmes’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Canada. We have estimated Mike Holmes’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million – $5 Million
Salary in 2019 Under Review
Net Worth in 2019 Pending
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In June 2019, Bell Media announced a new development deal with Holmes, ending his relationship with HGTV Canada. His library programming moved airing to Gusto, that was rebranded as CTV Life Channel, and two new series were announced, including Holmes 911, and the Holmes Family Rescue for CTV in 2020.

Retooled premiered during the Spring 2019 TV season on DIY Network, where Holmes revisits Holmes Makes It Right (2012) episodes that have been “retooled”, and examines construction issues.

HOLMES 911 premiered on Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019 on CTV Life, in which Holmes returns and examines the results of unscrupulous contractors, unhealthy homes, and D.I.Y projects gone wrong and is joined by his son Mike Jr. and daughter Sherry. Over 12 one-hour episodes, the Holmes family takes on five different houses, and repairs them.


For the Fall 2016 TV season, Holmes and Holmes premiered. In this series, Holmes stars with his son Mike Jr. The show premiered on HGTV Canada, produced by Make It Right Productions. Now in its third season, Holmes and Holmes is scheduled to air on the DIY Network in October 2019.

For the Fall 2016 TV season, Holmes: Buy It Right premiered. In this series Holmes stars as an advisor to new home buyers, showing them how to choose a house. The series premiered on DIY Network (USA).


In late April 2015, Fox announced a new eight episode Holmes-hosted show entitled Home Free, which premiered on Wednesday, July 22. The show featured nine couples who spend each week renovating a different dilapidated home. At the end of the week, the couple with the worst handiwork is eliminated, until the final two teams compete for a prize home. Unknown to the contestants as they were competing, each eliminated couple was awarded the home that they were working on in the episode they were eliminated in.

Eight-episode unscripted competition series Home Free premiered Wednesday, July 22, 2015, 9p et/pt on Fox. “A home is way more than brick and mortar,” says Home Free host Mike Holmes. “So being part of this new series and partnering with Fox is truly exciting for me. I’m ready to break ground with these couples.” (Extreme Makeover: Home Edition).


For the Fall 2014 TV season, Mike’s Ultimate Garage, a mini-series about building a man-cave garage for Holmes Sr. (Big Mike) by son Mike Holmes Jr. and daughter Sherry Holmes aired on HGTV Canada. Holmes Sr. guest stars in the series, while it starred Mike Jr. and Sherry.


Best of Holmes on Homes is a 2012 remix TV series featuring clips from Holmes on Homes, brought together on a common theme, to illustrate home problems. Holmes narrates the show.

Holmes started a new series for 2012 called Holmes Makes It Right, that profiles disaster-stricken homes, and renovates them. The series focuses on natural disasters and bad home inspections or bad contractor work. The name of the series revolves around Holmes’s personal motto, “Make It Right”.


In May 2010, Reader’s Digest’s second annual survey named Holmes as the second most widely trusted person in Canada behind David Suzuki.

Holmes began a new series in 2009 called Holmes Inspection that profiles home inspections gone wrong. The series started airing in fall 2009 on HGTV Canada. In the United States, the series debuted on HGTV on Sunday, December 19, 2010.


He is the national spokesperson for Skills/Compétences Canada and for WorldSkills Calgary 2009, and is often invited to speak by professional organizations, such as the Canadian Safety Association of Ontario, the Ontario Building Inspectors Association, and the Canadian Association of Home & Property Inspectors.

In 2009 Holmes launched Mike Holmes Inspections, a residential home inspection company based in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario and Nova Scotia.

Several magazines branded with Mike Holmes brand and image have appeared on newsstands. Holmes: The Magazine to Make It Right ran for two years, and ended after a dispute between the publisher Dauphin Media Group and the Holmes Group. It had run from 2009 to 2011. Make it Right magazine, a collaboration between publisher TC Media and the Holmes Group was published in 2013.


In 2006, Holmes started The Holmes Foundation after seeing a renovation that was so poorly done that he felt it was necessary for him to tear the house down and start again rather than try to repair the damage. The purpose of The Holmes Foundation is to encourage young people to enter the building trades as well as to assist those who have been impoverished by bad renovations. Holmes works with SOS Children’s Villages.

In 2006, Mike Holmes was recognized in Canada’s House of Commons for his promotion of skilled trades and for his advocacy for improved building standards. He was acknowledged as an “extraordinary craftsperson” and “an accomplished master builder with a social conscience”.


Mike Holmes’ first starring series was Holmes on Homes, which premiered in 2003, on Corus Entertainment’s HGTV Canada.


Broadcast on HGTV Canada, Holmes on Homes first started in 2001. Holmes on Homes was first conceived when Holmes approached the producers of the Just Ask Jon Eakes home improvement show on HGTV with the idea for a new kind of home improvement show. Although there were few submissions to the show initially, their number had ballooned by the fourth season. In one fourth-season episode, Holmes stated that he received hundreds of e-mails a week from people asking him for help. As the show evolved, it generally focused on bad renovations and the results of bad contractors.


Michael James Holmes (born August 3, 1963) is a Canadian builder/contractor, businessman, investor, television host, and philanthropist. In his first television series, Holmes on Homes, he rescues homeowners from renovations gone wrong. He usually discovers more serious problems, such as dangerous wiring, asbestos, mold, inadequate insulation, structural damage and more, concealed behind pristine surfaces. He and his team promise to “Make It Right,” even if it means stripping a house down to its bones. He has continued in several successor TV series; the most recent one is Holmes and Holmes.