Who is mike holmes daughter dating
Anyone in the GTA who would like to contact Damon Bennett Construction please forward your inquiries to [email protected]
will be leaving the Crew to start up his own contracting business.
She had no construction experience, and conditions were brutal — long days in punishing heat and humidity — but to her surprise, she loved every minute of it. “I would do it again in a heartbeat.” Now both siblings are hammering and sawing alongside their dad on HGTV’s Holmes Makes It Right. This week they have been in Vancouver, offering tips, advice and anecdotes at the B. says: “Look at him — he’s six-foot-three, looks like a model and he’s my son, but he’s humble, he helps anyone he can and he has a good heart. “I love working with my kids, watching them build on what they know and get better every day.” Not that it’s always easy working as a family. I love it to death.” Mike: “My cordless Paslode nail gun. I’m not even kidding.” What’s your best tip for DIY-ers?
Mike: “Like my dad says, check your contractors’ references and make sure you do background checks.” Sherry: “I’m going to say do your homework.
And last, but not least, my two right hand guys, my crew chief's, Carl Pavlovich & Adam Belanger, I couldn't have done it without you.
Damon Bennett and Mike Holmes announced that Damon is no longer affiliated with the Holmes Group and will be leaving to start his own construction company.
I will never forget all the excellent tradespeople I have met & worked with, thanks to all of you as well, I couldn't have completed any of those jobs without all if your superb skills & tireless contributions.
To the film crew, you taught me just as much about television over the years, as I learned about construction.
From Damon Bennett's Facebook page (Posted AM EST, Monday 12/16): I wanted to be the first to break the news to everyone that after almost 10 years of making it right, I will be moving on and beginning a new chapter.
I had a lot of fun growing as a contractor on the show and being able to help so many people was incredibly fulfilling.