Making a drama: Jimmy Byrne and Baz Ashmawy in Wingman
The producers are especially looking to hear from families who are coping with an illness or life-limiting condition and desperately need their houses significantly refurbished within the show's nine-day time frame.
Confirming the news, Baz said: "DIY SOS is coming to Ireland, so I think I'm presenting that.
"I'm excited about it. I think it's going to be brilliant, and the show has a real feel-good factor which fits perfectly into where I'm into right now.
"I'm really happy doing simple things. So much of it can be nonsense and not really doing any good for people.
"Ive always got my eyes on loads of different things and I'm always looking at show ideas."
Baz has scored another big hit with his feel-good reality-based show Wingman, which sees him encouraging ordinary people to fulfil their life-long ambitions.
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Airing on Sunday nights for a three-episode run, he said it was one programme that was very close to his heart.
"When it came to the idea for it, it was basically me looking at what did I enjoy doing," he said.
"I don't mean this in an insulting way, but I was a little bored of the celebrity stuff and then I'd meet all these amazing people all the time.
"They were people who lived through some really, really tough stuff and they would just get on with it and their stories were so interesting.
"That's what I want to do. I love hanging out with people, so it wasn't a pain for me. I enjoyed it and I wanted to do something in a Sunday night slot that would make people feel good."
He was bowled over by the reaction to it from Irish viewers, and couldn't believe it was trending several times over the course of its three-week run.
"I didn't get one nasty Tweet, which is amazing. That's unheard of as we all know what Twitter can be like, but I didn't get one negative Tweet," said Baz.
"It was all just positivity and love and lots of nice feedback."