Why It’s Happening
Lowe’s and The Home Depot continue to have strong sales this pandemic. Moreover, remodeling contractors are in demand. As millions of Americans stayed at home, many people have realized what they want to improve in their homes.
The study conducted by Sears Home Services determined that a huge number of people are becoming less satisfied with their homes. Moreover, the size of the home affects the amount of dissatisfaction.
To illustrate, 50% of people in one-bedroom homes admit that they’re not contented while only 37% percent of the people living in a four-bedroom home are dissatisfied.
Also, children played a role in this dissatisfaction. 47% of the households with children confirmed that they’re discontented. Meanwhile, only 37% of households with no children said that they’re dissatisfied.
“There’s a sense of feeling ‘trapped’ when it’s required to remain inside; we’re missing the venues we used to frequent and perhaps noticing additional flaws of the home while spending more time there,” the researcher says.
In the study, the researchers found out that the common home improvement done by homeowners was “setting up a gaming space, a home theater, library or reading room, and expanding the kitchen.”
“With much of the world spending a highly unusual amount of time at home, we’re finding the things we want to improve but also benefiting more from those improvements,” the researchers said. “We may want to consider that we’re in this new lifestyle for the long haul, and it’s time to make the most of it.”
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