Britons are desperate to rebuild their homes, and they anticipate 2021 will be the year they do so.
Britain’s “frustrated interior designers” are desperate to rebuild their homes, and they still believe 2021 will be the year they do so. According to a survey of 2,000 homeowners, seven out of 10 said 2018 was the year to really organize their living space.
However, while 41% of those who want work done are well underway with their renovations, 17% have yet to begin. A quarter of respondents want to fully revamp their gardens, with one in every 20 wanting to build a summer cottage or outdoor office.
However, one in ten people believes that replacing their home’s doors and windows is more important than fixing the structural issues.
The Independent Network Powered by VEKA commissioned the study, and spokesperson Karen Lund stated, “If you’re spending a lot more time at home, you want it to be flawless.”
“With the British summer in full swing, it’s no wonder that many people are putting their gardens in order.
“Big modifications, on the other hand, can be accomplished without knocking down the entire house or garden and starting over.
“Adding a new structure to a garden or refreshing elements of the house like the windows or doors can not only update the look but also bring other benefits like improved energy efficiency.” We believe home improvements should be made to make your home a more beautiful space to live in now, not for future owners Karen Lund, Independent Network Powered by VEKA
However, they estimate that they will only complete a quarter of them this year, leaving the rest for 2022 and beyond.
More over half (56%) admit to thinking about all the improvements they’d make to their home if they had the money.
And 73% of people had a “vision” of how they want their home to look if they had unlimited time and money.
However, more than a quarter (22%) say their home will never attain the level of “ideal” they desire.
In addition, 43 percent believe that the money they save by not going on vacation will be invested in their property. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”