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What does it mean to be a Holmes approved home?

Mike Holmes the professional contractor, television host, public speaker, educator, influencer and writer, yes we mean that Mike Holmes. Each property built by Acorn Communities is a Holmes approved home. 

Holmes approved means it is built on quality, integrity and trust. Each property goes through a series of inspections performed by an approved Mike Holmes inspector. This element of building homes for people and families is important to the team at Acorn Communities because it means you will always get an unbiased, third party opinion ensuring that your home is built properly for longevity. 

What we see as we enter a home is the finishings, the part that makes it personalized and yours, but the most important things are the parts that are not seen. The elements behind the walls, beneath the flooring and covering our heads as we sleep, are the areas we need to trust without seeing everyday. Ensuring these details are combined and built properly from the beginning of construction will save you time and money in the future. 

Because of the Holmes program, you can be confident that we at Acorn Communities have used the right products, materials and technologies to ensure you have a safer, healthier and more durable home. The Homes program ensures you have the peace of mind that your new home has been built with the practices that go beyond residential standards from beginning to end. 

Acorn Communities resonated with the Holmes ‘Make It Right’ attitude. We believe that making it right the first time will ensure homeowners have a place to call home for years to come.

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