Maidstone-based Fairdeal Windows will be featured on national television this month after it was asked to take part in the latest series of the popular BBC home makeover programme, DIY SOS.
Fairdeal Windows supplied the products to the family featured in the BBC One series ‘DIY SOS: The Big Build’ and were used as part of a life changing transformation to the home of a family in Orpington.
The episode featuring Fairdeal Windows centres on a family in need of help renovating their home to make it more suitable after a motorbike accident on holiday abroad had left the father paralysed.
Fairdeal Window installers, Connor Gilbert, Scott Woolley and Stuart Williamson got stuck in helping the DIY SOS team to transform the exterior of the family home. They enlisted the help of trade fabricator Shepley to supply the Rehau Total 70 windows to be installed throughout most of the house and a new Rehau PVCu front door.
Bobby Kambo, managing director at Fairdeal Windows says: “We were so excited to be approached by DIY SOS and had a great time working with Nick Knowles and the team to make this family’s life a little easier after they had been through so much together. We’re really grateful to Shepley for supplying the products.”
“When Fairdeal Windows told us the story about the family involved we were more than happy to provide the windows and doors free of charge,” said Ian Griffiths, sales and marketing director for Shepley. “It’s great to see Fairdeal Windows working alongside the DIY SOS team to help a family who really deserve the support.”
The installation will appear in episode six of the current BBC ‘DIY SOS: The Big Build’ series, which is due to be aired in April.