The latest B+L renovation study for Germany is available. In addition to proven topics, we present many new contents and findings. In addition to new measures that we look at (for example, adding storeys or installing smart home technologies), we further differentiate the findings in many areas and provide detailed content, for example, with regard to the distinction between optional and mandatory measures, product purchasing or distribution, the scale of the measures (in m², units) or the differences between prefabricated houses and conventionally built houses.
Of course we continue the proven series of our refurbishment study and, as in previous years, show budgets, refurbishment frequencies, professional shares, sources of information and much more in detail for (now) 22 measures. This year the B+L renovation study will be published in its 6th edition, so that we will present many developments over the last 10 years.
Current challenges are not left unconsidered:
While we discussed bottlenecks among processors in the last B+L remediation study, this year the focus is on the Covid-19 pandemic and its consequences for the German remediation market:
How many (and which) remediation projects have been postponed?
When will the remediation projects be made up for?
What consequences does the situation have on the budgets used and the professional share in the implementation?
In order to take into account the increased importance of existing measures, B+L has once again updated the 2020 refurbishment study and supplemented it with additional insights. The new content is based on the one hand on a more detailed evaluation of the existing data on renovation measures, budgets, sources of information, etc., and on the other hand on additional surveys. And on the other hand on additional surveys. The following contents are considered with the update of the study:
Development of existing measures up to the year 2023
Changes in the renovator target groups (keyword: DIY)
Regional renovation activity
Renovation volume and frequency in the COVID 19 pandemic
If you have any questions about the contents and methods, please contact Marcel Dresse, the author of the study.