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MyGlazing.com recently commissioned an independent survey of 2,000 homeowners, revealing useful insights into home improvements, energy efficiency knowledge and what house hunters look for when buying a property.
The research also delved into the understanding of Consumer Codes of Conduct, revealing that more knowledge is needed to arm homeowners with extra protection when making investments in home improvements.
James Lee, GGF Director of Marketing and Communications said: “With all the work the GGF and MyGlazing.com is doing to help homeowners improve their properties, it was important for us to gain a deeper understanding of property owners, their views, opinions and buying habits.
“The results have proved extremely insightful and interesting – from the measures people take to stay warm in their properties, through to how much they’re spending on essential home improvements vs non-essential items.
“We’ll be using the knowledge we’ve gained to ensure the Be Informed and Ideas sections of the MyGlazing.com website are relevant, helpful and exciting for those who want to use glass and glazing to breathe new life into their property.”
A selection of the headlines from the survey include:
Keep up to date with our blogs and news stories to find out more about the findings, and how the research can benefit you and your home.
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