HUDDERSFIELD clean-up kings Darrel Sykes and Dave Clapperton are top of the BBC ratings.
Darrel and Dave, who run Chem Dry Huddersfield, based at Dale Street, Longwood, star in the BBC1 documentary series Disaster Masters.
About 3m viewers have been following their exploits every week as they put right the damage done by flooding to houses and shops.
The show, which is screened at 7.30pm on Wednesdays, is the most watched BBC programme of the day - beating all the other offerings on the Beeb's terrestrial and digital channels.
Tomorrow's episode follows Darrel and Dave - dubbed The Disaster Duo - as they tackle severe flooding at a house in Kirkburton.
They were in a race against time to get the homeowners back in for Christmas.
Said Darrel: "A pipe fitting came loose in the bathroom and flooded the whole property.
"We managed to salvage a few things, like the three-piece suite and the TV, but almost everything else was ruined.
"We managed to get the owners back in on Christmas Eve - and were even invited to their New Year's Eve party.
"But it took two months using special equipment to dry the house out properly.
"The BBC seem very happy with the ratings - especially as we've been put up against Coronation Street.
"We'd like to do a third series, but we will have to wait and see what happens."
Millions of viewers followed the exploits of Darrel and Dave in the first series, which was shown last summer.