British homeowners are flooring-crazy, as determined by the survey Plentific.com that has calculated that 29 per cent of British homeowners who conducted the survey would be committing more of their funds towards improving the floor conditions of their properties. This soars flooring as the top priority for homeowners in Britain, with 2 per cent less (so 27 percent in total) indicating that they would devote more expenditure towards renovating their interior decorations, such as ameliorating the conditions of the kitchen and bathroom areas of their homes.
As well as this, the lighting conditions and various appliances and gizmos around British homes will not see the same amount of planned investment by homeowners, with only a total of 17 per cent surveyed by Plentific.com announcing their intentions to commit capital towards this form of home improvement. Of course, these overall figures from the survey do not take into consideration the survey’s other discoveries, which varied wildly according to the different locations of those surveyed around the country. For example, Sheffield in the north of England was shown to be the area in the country where the largest amount of initiatives by homeowners to improve the conditions of their homes, at an impressive total of 45 per cent. The Southern cities of London and Brighton were the runners-up (if one were to judge these series of statistics as an inner-city competition!) with 36 per cent of those surveyed expressing a desire to improve the conditions of their homes, and the Midlands city of Birmingham at 35 per cent.
Whilst it is clear that flooring appears to be the primary topic for improvement in homes around the country, Plentific.com also highlighted the desire of numerous British homeowners to improve the conditions of their communal areas, such as the kitchens, bathrooms and even garden areas in particular properties. Since these would be used the most often, this is to be expected from Plentific.