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Generation Y- Kitchen Remodeling Behaviors and Style Preferences

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Examines the differences between Gen Ys and older consumers on kitchen style preferences, kitchen satisfaction and remodeling plans.

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Report Length: 34 Pages | Published: 2011 | File Format: PDF


Generation Y: Kitchen Remodeling Behaviors & Style preferences assesses the differences between this youngest population of adult consumers and their older counterparts when it comes to kitchen product and style preferences as well as satisfaction with various parts of their kitchens and remodeling plans.


This 34-page report is based on a survey of 800 U.S. consumers and was completed in 2011.


Specific topics include:


> Satisfaction with Kitchen Major Appliances
> Satisfaction with Faucet, Sink & Countertops
> Satisfaction with Cabinets & Ventilation/Hoods
> Satisfaction with Kitchen Overall
>What Gen Yers Like about their Kitchens
> What’s on Gen Yers Complaint Lists
> Kitchen Remodeling Plans
> Remodeled Kitchen in Past 12 Months
> Attitude about DIY vs. Hiring Out
> Kitchen Styles & Product Preferences
> Incidence of Innovations in Kitchen
> Cookware in Current Kitchen (Expensive vs. Average Cost)
> Finish Preferences:
Appliances
Cabinets
Faucets
Countertops

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