Homeowners delay big purchases, improvement projects due to inflation
Home improvement spending has been on a long steady rise, so it’s not too surprising that U.S. homeowners are on track to spend more than ever this year, but the surge in demand is striking. “In terms of like measured history in the United States, this is the, the highest levels of, of home improvement spending we’ve ever seen.” So now Buhr is building an office for his wife in what was an unfinished attic above the garage. He’s also working on a self-contained apartment for his parents and in-laws to use when they’re in town for extended babysitting visits. “Motion-sensing lights on a walkway turn off after a minute so you can enjoy the fire,” Bellport says.
- And you’ll notice that the $25K the new roof adds falls significantly short of the $46K spent on it.
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