Home improvement industry is always changing and nowadays due to social media, people are playing a lot of attention to aesthetic beauty. According to Home improvement research institute, they have seen a lot of changes in the home improvement industry that are going to face in the year 2019.

If you are looking for a new home or trying to improve the home you have here are some five changes the home improvement industry is going to face in the year 2019 are:

DIYs are more likely to grow

With a quarter of US population making renovations to their home, only 7% of them took advice from professionals. With the boost in the DIY videos, people are trying to use them in reality when it comes to clothing and also home improvements. This one way people try to use art and craft help them relieve stress and also with all the unwanted junk laying around you can easily make sure of it keep everything in check.

Over inspiration is the key

More than one-third of the owner does not seem to regret the fact that they spent less on home improvements. People nowadays have a wide range of inspiration to choose from, like Pinterest, television, or youtube videos. The RICKI concluded in a study that peoples fear of missing out has migrated from Facebook to real life remodeling projects. The next time when you consider remodeling your home get the right investment level for your property.

The rental house market is on the rise

Since 2004, there are many people who are opting for a rented house, especially in urban areas. According to Joint center for housing studies in Harvard University more than 40% of recent rental stocks costs more than $1500 which means that people are showing greater interest in portable home improvement projects that tenants can take them every time they move, these improvements involve hand-held messaging shower head or freestanding wine refrigerators.

Remodeling activity is not slowing down

According to HIRI, the increase in remodeling activity will see steady growth through 2021, meaning home prices increase, and new constructions are getting harder to find and people are just remodeling existing house and the homeowners are staying put.

The lighting industry is leading the way

With the improvement in a new technology called human-centric lighting, the indoors illuminates automatically, which shifts with the day and ease the impact that artificial light causes on the human body. This changing landscape in home improvements and in smart homes, in general, are much, and we can see that people are much more interested in technology that helps not only them but also the environment.