DIY SOS Hits the Screens!

You may have read the story in our previous newsletter covering Joerns’ support during an episode of DIY SOS, providing and overseeing the install of an Elara overhead hoist and full room covering X-Y track system. If you missed it, click here to read more.

The episode aired on BBC1 for the first time on Thursday 17th January at 8:00pm. Rob Ordish (Technical Engineer) and Lee Norrish (Area Sales Manager) joined the team down in Mildenhall, Suffolk to ensure the system was installed correctly and of course in the allotted time!

Having finally seen the episode, Rob, despite the fame that comes with an appearance on prime-time TV commented “It is very rewarding to be involved in a business that helps people in the way we do, and it was such a satisfying experience to support the project alongside Lee and the many other people involved”.

It’s fair to say that as a company, we are all so proud to have supported what was and is a fantastic project that has helped transform the lives of a family, so deserving of support. It’s often not until you see the direct impact our products have on those in need that you fully appreciate the life-changing benefits they provide.

If you didn’t manage to catch the episode, click here to view the full recording.

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