Cincinnati, OH – November 23, 2015 – Handyman service provider House Doctors recently surveyed 500 married and single men and women across the country to find out more about their interests and habits involving home projects.
As you may expect, the answers among men and women differ when asking about their likes and dislikes. But the one thing they do have in common? Leaving projects around the house unfinished, they said. Fifty-seven percent have at least one uncompleted project and 20 percent have up to four. More men blamed this on being busy and having time constraints, while more women simply admitted to procrastination.
But they weren’t just asked about themselves. Participants with a spouse also answered questions about their significant other’s strengths and weaknesses. Women gave a variety of home improvement skills that they believe their guy has, including floors, painting, outdoors, electrical and demolition. The top three answers for men about women’s perceived abilities were gardening, painting and decorating.
The survey results also provide insight as to why people do or don’t DIY, when they need to call in professionals and top projects planned for 2016. The view more results from the survey, access: https://www.housedoctors.com/blog/2016-home-improvement-survey/
About House Doctors
House Doctors provides professional handyman and light remodeling services to homeowners and commercial properties across the nation. Under new ownership, House Doctors is now franchising across the U.S. and has corporate headquarters in Milford, Ohio. For more information on House Doctors, or to find a local House Doctors service provider, visit: www.housedoctors.com.