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Nick Knowles and the team issue a call to arms and recruit friends, family and local trades to help transform the homes of families across Britain.
Lowri Turner , Nick Knowles and the team are back with a new eight-part series of the show that rescues people from their own DIY disasters. This week they are in Cardiff to tackle a kitchen which looks like a bomb site. Plus a chance to decide which of three families most needs the team's help.
Lowri Turner , Nick Knowles and the team meet a couple whose bathroom sink has been hanging from a rope for two years, and create a restful living room in a house built on a rock in Llandudno in North Wales.
Lowri Turner , Nick Knowles and the team take on one of the biggest challenges ever undertaken on the show - fixing a lethal staircase. Plus, a bedroom that was once a bathroom, dangerous masonry and awkward bathroom noises.
Lowri Turner , Nick Knowles and the team visit Pontefract in West Yorkshire to help a couple whose living room is in dire need of attention after an attack with a jack hammer.
While Nick Knowles and the team transform a garage extension in Surrey into a children's playroom, Lowri Turner finds out about the mother who took a hammer to her hallway, the wife who wants action on her bathroom rennovation and the man who axed his bannisters.
The team take a trip to Nottingham where Claire has dreams of transforming her living room, breakfast room and garden into an oriental idyll, with fish as the centrepiece.
Lowri Turner surveys three more DIY disaster zones, including a lady with radiator pipes in the middle of her bathroom, a chaotic hallway and a chef who left his partner with cupboards made of broom handles and cot pieces.
Nick Knowles and the team come to the rescue of Barbara from the Wirral, and convert her gloomy loft into a bedroom. Meawhile, Lowri Turner meets the man who believes he's a DIY expert and a hopeless painter and decorator from Kent. Then there's the playgroup in need of space.
As the present series draws to a close, Nick Knowles and the team have to brush up their mountain-climbing skills when they tackle a farmhouse at the foot of Cader Idris , Snowdonia. With despairing owners Sarah and Rhys and their children holed up in a caravan, Billy puzzles over the wiring and work begins to turn their shell of a building into a comfortable family home.
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