Quotatis statistics confirm poor start to the year
conservatories, windows and kitchens
Quotatis has issued statistics that confirm that fewer UK homeowners are investing in new windows, doors and conservatories and other home improvements in general.
In the key sectors of conservatories, windows and kitchens, year-on-year lead volumes for January and February fell by 18 per cent, the biggest fall being in kitchen leads down by 41 per cent.
Conservatory leads fell by 27 per cent while window enquiries were almost unchanged with a 1 per cent drop.
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