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Remodelers 360: How Americans Use Their Kitchens & Their Remodeling Experiences

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How are consumers using their kitchens? What are their design preferences and what do they want in their 'ideal' kitchen? Learn how U.S. consumers are using their kitchens and their experiences with remodeling.

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Report Length: 77 Pages | Published: 2010 | File Format: PDF


Remodelers 360 is a study conducted every other year since 2008. This 70+ page report delivers insights to how U.S. consumers are using their kitchens, their design preferences, plans for remodeling, their remodeling experiences, and more? Based on research conducted among 2,906 U.S. consumers between the ages of 18 and 64.


Table of Contents




Background & Objectives


Methodology


How People Use their Kitchens


> Function vs. Activity Centered Kitchen
> Kitchen Attitudes
> Activities Taking Place in the Kitchen
> Frequency of Eating at Home vs. Last Year
> Use of Microwave for Main Dish
> Preparing Dinner from Scratch
> Trying New Recipes


The 'Ideal' Kitchen


> Kitchen Wish List


Purchasing Plans


> One Change Would Make If Cost Were No Obstacle
> Purchasing by Demographics
> Small Appliances and Cookware Spending
> Planned to Remodel but Changed Mind


Kitchen Remodelers


> Remodeled Kitchen Past 12 Months
> Spending on Kitchen Remodel
> Market Segment Spending on Remodel
> Market Segment Kitchen Lifestyles
> DIY vs. Hiring Outside Labor
> Use of Designers & Architects
> Purchases for New Kitchen
> Consideration of ‘Green’ Products
> Sources for Best Ideas
> Would Do Differently
> Would Spend if Doing Project Now


Executive Summary


About RICKI


Note: Research conducted in partnership with Global Market Insite, Inc. (GMI)

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