A new study has found that the US has seen a resurgence in the practice of plumbing, and this has been accompanied by a boom in home construction and home remodelling.
The study, published in the journal ACS Sustainable Energy, also showed that people are spending an increasing amount of money on their home plumbing.
The researchers found that for every $100 increase in the price of a new home, a homeowner spent $6.70 on home plumbing, up from $5.20 in 2014.
“Our results show that people’s willingness to spend more money on home renovations is driven by a desire to improve the look and feel of their homes,” said Dr. John Bowers, a researcher at the University of California, Riverside who was not involved in the study.
Dr. Bowers said that although home plumbing has become a popular activity in the past few decades, it is still something that people tend to overlook.
In the study, people were asked whether they wanted to upgrade a home’s plumbing system, and were given a list of possible upgrades, including new sinks, new showers, and more.
If people were able to spend $200 to $400 on plumbing upgrades, the researchers found, they were more likely to be willing to spend money on them.
However, if the number of people who were willing to upgrade to $1,000 or more was small, the spending did not seem to have an impact on the results.
It was also the case that people who spent more on plumbing were less likely to spend their money on a second home, such as a second bedroom.
Bowers said the study was important because it showed that when people are willing to put in the effort to repair a home, it has a direct effect on its ability to stay functional.
When the study looked at more than 30 cities, such a trend was apparent in San Francisco, where a person would spend $1 on plumbing renovations and $1 more on a home improvement.
The researchers said that this is a sign that people aren’t always satisfied with their current home.
What’s more, the increase in home plumbing may be a sign of a stronger economy in the US, where the average home has seen an increase in value of $1.15 per square foot since 2006.
As of this week, more than 1 million homes in the United States were rated “ready for renovation” by the National Association of Realtors.
The organization said that the number was down from about 9,000 homes in 2014, but that was a decline of 6.3% compared to 2014.