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Angi 2023 Home Improvement Trends According to Angi

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As we head towards the end of the year, its the perfect time to reflect on the year that was and start to plan for the year ahead. Recently, Angie Hicks from Angi (formerly Angies List) participated in a nationwide satellite media tour to discuss the top improvement trends from 2023 and a sneak preview at what to expect next year from Angis annual State of Home Spending report.

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Angie Hicks from Angi (formerly Angies List) Shares the Top Home Improvement Trends for 2023 and What People Can Expect in 2024

Overall, homeowners increased spending on their home in 2023 and spending on home improvement grew 6% to $13,667 with homeowners completing an average of 11.1 projects per household in 2023.

Homeowners continue to show us that they love their homes and want to maintain them and invest in them. This year, homeowners took on a lot of projects to make their homes suit their needs and fit their lifestyles. Homeowners top projects run the gamut from the important work of making sure that your home is well maintained to projects that make your space fit your lifestyle like bathroom remodels and interior painting . Looking forward, we expect homeowners to continue prioritizing their homes and investing in improvement and maintenance projects.

As we start thinking about our resolutions for 2024, make sure to include your home in your plans. A little planning and budgeting now can save you time and stress in the new year. Its always great to start with a list of things that you really want to do around your home and the things that you need to do to make sure your home is properly maintained . For example, remodeling a bathroom might be high up on your list of projects for 2024, but you know that your HVAC system could also use some maintenance. If youre not sure what maintenance you need to tackle on your home, Angi has some great resources for regular maintenance that you should be up to date on each year.

In order to stick to your budget, keep up with regular maintenance. This will help to prevent unexpected emergency spending that will blow your whole budget – also planning for emergency spending that might inevitably pop up due to weather events, etc. will also help prevent you from having to borrow from your improvement fund for the projects you really want to tackle.

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About Angie Hicks

Since 1995, Angie Hicks has been dedicated to helping consumers get the real scoop on local service companies and health providers. Inspired by the frustrations her co-founder had trying to find reliable contractors in suburban Columbus, Ohio, she started Angie's List 'now Angi' to help homeowners find who they should hire and who they should avoid.

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