Looking at individual areas, flooring is set to experience the biggest increase in investment, with an average of 29% looking to spend more on this in 2017
The latest research from Plentific.com has revealed that, on average, almost a quarter of homeowners are planning to spend more this year on home improvements in at least one area of the home.
This emphasises that there will be a continual growth in the popularity and reliance of home improvements throughout this year.
Looking at individual areas, flooring is set to experience the biggest increase in investment, with an average of 29% looking to spend more on this in 2017. Analysing this result by location, Sheffield showed the highest number of homeowners looking to spend more on improving this area with 45%. London (36%) and Brighton (36%) homeowners were close behind, followed by Birmingham (35%).
After flooring, our results showed a planned increase of spending on the kitchen, bathroom and interior decor, which were the runners-up with 27%. Increased spending on the living room and bedroom then ranked third, both with 25% aiming to invest more in these rooms. They are followed by the garden, which 20% of homeowners plan to spend more on this year, when compared to 2016. However, homeowners were less concerned about spending more on updating their conservatory (18%), appliances (17%) and lighting (17%).