DIY SOS: The Big Build Ireland set to return for a fourth season

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Break out those tissues because there won’t be a dry eye in the room.

DIY SOS: The Big Build Ireland is back for season four.

The Baz Ashmawy-led series will once again travel the country to help some well-deserving families.

The team helps families by rebuilding their homes and helping them create their dream properties.

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Chief Motivator Baz Ashmawy will meet four very deserving families in Cork, Athlone, Ennis and Sligo across the series.

Baz is joined by a top team, with renowned designers Aoife Rhattigan taking on the Cork build, and Kerry Hiddleston designing the remaining homes across Athlone, Ennis and Sligo.

Diarmuid Gavin showcases complex garden designs in three of the homes and Leonie Cornelius takes on an ambitious garden design in Athlone.

With four homes and gardens completely renovated, it is the busiest season yet.

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In the first episode, the DIY SOS team took on this challenging rebuild so that Adam could move back into his family home.

The team hope to provide Adam and his family with a positive path for his continuing adjustment to life in a wheelchair, while also giving him the independence he needs as a young adult.

For the second episode, they head to Athlone, Co Westmeath where the team of volunteers renovated the home of Fireman Pa Berry, who suffered extensive injuries in the line of duty, which have left him out of work and looking towards a long and arduous road to recovery.

The third episode meets the Mulvey-Sydney family in Ennis, Co. Clare. Thirteen-year-old Isabella Mulvey-Sydney was born with a rare congenital disorder called Lumbar Sacral Agenesis, which resulted in both her legs being amputated at the age of seven.

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Finally, in episode four the team packed up their tools and headed to Coolaney, Sligo to meet Claire Carpenter, her partner Ross Mannion and their three young children.

The DIY SOS team and the local community came together in their droves to provide their home with vital adaptations that would allow Claire to return home from hospital after she suffered a serious stroke.

DIY SOS: The Big Build Ireland kicks off on Sunday 26th March on RTÉ One.

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