Home improvement companies are getting more aggressive and aggressive about getting their customers to buy their products, according to a new study.
The survey, which was conducted by the research firm, PricewaterhouseCoopers, found that only 16 percent of Americans said they would buy a home improvement product at least once.
The remaining 83 percent said they wouldn’t.
The survey also found that nearly half of consumers said they were not familiar with a home improvements company.
While the survey doesn’t provide the precise breakdown of the demographics of those who don’t buy their own products, it shows that the vast majority of consumers don’t think the company is very good at providing a quality product.
PwC’s survey also revealed that the majority of Americans would not consider purchasing a home maintenance or home improvement equipment product if it weren’t for the fact that they are being asked to pay a premium for it.
Pricewaterhouse said that many homeowners are not being offered products that they know are well worth their money.
“Some of these products may not be on the shelves for you to find, and that’s not the right way to go about it,” said Scott Whelan, PwC president.
Some home improvement experts, however, said that it may be worth it.
“[Home improvement] is an important part of our overall job.
There’s a huge amount of value in a quality service and there’s a tremendous amount of cost to getting that service right,” said Kevin B. Lee, director of consumer insights for HomeAdvisor.
Lee said that he thinks most homeowners will choose to get home improvement products if they’re asked to do so because they’re being asked by their financial advisor to buy more of their financial product portfolio.
If you think you might be one of those people, you might want to read up on the benefits of home improvement.
Home improvement companies provide some services for low-income individuals and families.
HomeAdvisor says the company’s free online tool can help you figure out how much you’re paying to the companies.