EnviroVent has donated six ventilation units to Treetops Hospice in Risley, Derbyshire, which featured on BBC One’s ‘DIY SOS: The Big Build for Children in Need.
The EnviroVent ECO DMEV units were used within a new counselling and therapy centre for traumatically bereaved children and young people, the company said.
According to a statement, the DIY SOS team and volunteer tradespeople created the purpose-built counselling and therapy centre in 10 days.
James Garland, EnviroVent’s key account manager – specification, said: “It was fantastic to be able to provide assistance for such a wonderful cause. All parties who contributed to this project did some great work, which will benefit the lives of so many children and young people.
“Indoor air quality is so important in keeping people healthy and ventilation systems like these ensure condensation and mould is not able to form and cause an issue.”
DIY SOS: The Big Build has been running for more than 20 years and is presented by Nick Knowles and his team. A statement has said that the show takes on Big Builds in limited time and relies on the generosity of the local community of tradespeople and suppliers, to help transform the lives of “truly deserving projects and individuals.”