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Glenco on the Today Show

Tradies for Today Show project

Glenco recently appeared on the Today Show on Channel 9 to complete a live renovation blitz in only 3.5 hours.

“Why would you try and do that?!” I hear you ask. We took on the mammoth project to help out a family who had been doing it pretty tough. Azura and Torrin lost their father in tragic circumstances. Then faced with the decision about where they would live after losing their main caregiver, the children’s aunt and uncle Amanda and Morgan decided to take the pair in as their own. The couple knew it was going to be necessary to extend their house to make room for the children. However they unfortunately had to but a stop to the renos due to time and financial constraints.

That’s where we came in. We stepped up to help the family by making all the final touches on the electrical, air conditioning and security that would make the house the home it needed to be. And we pulled it off! Along with a number of other trades working on the carpentry, painting, landscaping and decorating, all the tradies came together for the big reveal just before 9am. The family’s reaction and gratitude definitely made all the effort worth it for everyone involved.

If you wanted to see some of the footage of our appearance on the Today Show recently, take a look at the videos below.

Here is Glenn’s live interview with Georgie Gardner on the Today Show about why Glenco is taking part in the renovation and what we were donating.

Watch below for a full highlights reel from the morning’s renovation rescue:

To find out even more about the Today Show project, read our full blog article here.

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