A MALVERN-based business has provided its services free to a family for the BBC TV show DIY SOS.

County Windows and Conservatories, based at Sparrowhawk Close on the Enigma Business Park, answered the call to help transform the lives of a Bromsgrove woman who is caring for her sister with cerebral palsy.

Nick Knowles and his team built a two-storey side extension at the home of Johanna Lane and William Cole.

The extension provides a wet-room and bedroom for Johanna’s sister Karis, 27, who uses a wheelchair and is in need of constant care.

She lives in Stourbridge with her mum Karen, but Karen’s own declining health means she needs help, and 34-year-old Johanna is keen to move her sister into her home.

A spokesman for County Windows and Conservatories said: "We spent five days on the build where we have installed new windows, doors, roofline and cladding to the house and new extension.

"It has been a truly amazing experience and we have met some great people and have had plenty of laughs along the way.

"It really has been a huge privilege to be part of this project, where the community has come together to help create a house that this family can now thrive.

"We’re extremely proud of our team and have to give a huge thank-you to all of our manufacturing partners who stepped forward to support us and the project without hesitation.

"Together we have made a huge difference to this family’s life. It’s been a true honour to use our trade and skill to make a difference, If DIY SOS come back to our region, we wouldn’t hesitate to do it all over again."

A spokesman for DIY SOS said: "We completely rely on the support and generosity of the local community of tradespeople and supplies to carry out the work, to help transform the lives of truly deserving families."

The programme has not yet been scheduled for transmission, but is likely to go out some time in 2019.