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Home owners in Scotland accelerate home improvement plans as Brexit fails to dampen confidence

SIX in 10 (60 per cent) homeowners in Scotland are planning to carry out home improvements with an average spend of £4,160.15 over the next six months – contradicting recent reports of weakened consumer confidence, according to new research by leading roof window manufacturer VELUX®.

The VELUX® 2017 Home Improvement survey, released to coincide with Home Improvement Month in April, revealed that 14 per cent of home owners in Scotland carry out improvements once every two to five months, with a further 24 per cent doing it every six to 11 months.

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