Wayne & Ady

Experts in their field, presenters and producers of Hammer and Togs, Ady has 25 years or so experience in selling workwear from his 3rd generation workwear company based in Oxfordshire, South East Workwear Ltd, which has given him the expertise to ensure that his customers have the right clothing and protection for the job. Ady also is a qualified electrician, giving him the insight into the requirements for tradesmen. Wayne comes from a building family and is a professional carpenter, on and off screen. Wayne has his own TV show and runs courses on DIY and hosts a popular DIY Channel - the DIY Doer's.

Adrian Burton

Workwear owner and retailer for 25 years of South East Workwear Ltd, Electrical Engineer and YouTube presenter of popular channel AskAdy. I have seen just about everything the industry has to offer in that time, learning the business from my father in the heart of the South East of England.  My trade showroom has great customer service and is well known for the cheeky banter. I am also a column writer for Images Garment Decoration Industry Magazine, features on websites: Printwear and Promotion, HSE People and Heating and Plumbing Magazine. Propping up the show with the Talent and Good Looks.

Wayne Perrey

Coming from a Northern family of builders, Carpentry has always been in my blood. Along side my own business “ManCave Creations” i’ve managed to forge a successful career as a TV presenter and carpenter. Over the last 10 years I have worked behind the scenes building sets for E4 “Tattoo fixers”, “Hair Wars” and in front of the camera I have featured on many make over shows for the BBC “Great Interior design Challenge”, Project Interiors”, Getting The Builders In”,“ A Week to Sell Your Home “ and ITV “Love your garden”, and “This Morning”. I’m also passionate about encouraging and teaching DIY confidence, as I believe anyone can be a “DIY Doer” So you will also see me and my business partner Steph of www.theDIYdoers.com presenting on the main stage at the “Ideal Home Show” and offering DIY advice in the “Sunday Times Homes Magazine”. I’m also know to be a name dropper….. I can’t help it if big names want to work with me!