With homeowners continuing to invest money and time into home improvement projects, professionals need to know trends surrounding the topic in order to capitalize on it. Download the infographic to gain useful insights to drive success!
In the debate of DIY vs professional home improvement projects, we are starting to see some turning tides. Learn more from HIRI's projects studies and infographic.
In the United States and around the globe, people are becoming more mindful of ways to incorporate sustainable living practices into their daily routines, and eco-friendly choices are now a priority for some consumers. Read more about HIRI's Sustainability at Home Report.
In our most recently released we found that COVID-19 concerns and material availability were the two most prominent pain points affecting pros this January. Read more ...
Like most things around the beginning of 2021, the outlook for the home improvement market was uncertain. Read more about our top three takeaways from 2021.
Over the past two years, home improvement projects have continued to rise throughout the country. While the industry has benefited from the popularity of these projects, setbacks have taken place to push the industry back. Discover the barriers to home improvement by downloading our infographic.
The Home Improvement Research Institute (HIRI) examined homeowners’ major barriers to completing home improvement projects during this unique time in the industry. Read more about the top challenges we uncovered.
It’s no secret that the past two years have been filled with supply shortages, closed stores, discontinued products and more. Because of this, buyer trends have shifted. It’s important to understand these shifts and also maintain customer satisfaction — while also keeping profitability high. Discover how to create that balance by downloading our infographic.
Typically, the fourth quarter of the year sees less project activity compared to the summer months. However, 2021 ended strong with 76% of homeowners planning on undertaking at least one project in Q4. Read more about results from HIRI's Q4 2021 Consumer Project Planning Study.