The U.S. residential remodeling industry has undergone some dramatic change in recent years, as homeowners are redefining what homeownership means to them. Manufacturers who have managed to adapt, or even thrive under these conditions have done so by keeping close watch on this hard-to-predict market. For the past 15 years, the Annual Consumer Practices Survey has been tracking building products and materials used in home remodeling (we also track new home construction product usage data). In 2002, this program expanded to the Canadian remodeling market as well.
This year, Home Innovation Research Labs conducted a survey of over 110,000 U.S. and Canadian households to document their purchases for home maintenance, repair, and remodeling in 2016. The findings are published in our Annual Consumer Practices Reports on important product categories like appliances, countertops, roofing, siding, and many more. Purchase volumes are provided by each of the 50 states. Find out more about each of these reports by clicking on one of the building product categories below. For more pricing details or survey and report information, contact us.