HIRI

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AcronymDefinition
HIRIHome Improvement Research Institute (Tampa, Florida)
HIRIHeat Island Reduction Initiative (US EPA)
HIRIHuman Interaction Research Institute (Los Angeles, CA; est. 1961)
HIRIHellenic Investor Relations Institute (est. 2002)
HIRIHepatic Ischemia Reperfusion Injury
HIRIHyundai Industrial Research Institute
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Many of the home remodelers who participated in a contracto study from the Home Improvement Research Institute (HIRI) use big-box home centers as their primary sources of supplies
In fact, the Home Improvement Research Institute estimates that the home improvement products market will grow by more than 5 percent in 2018.
NARI members outpace the industry norm in sales, production and employees, when compared to professionals represented in the Home Improvement Research Institute's (HIRI) 2014 Remodeling Professional Study.
According to the Home Improvement Research Institute, women made more than 23 percent of power-tool purchases in 2004, and 78 percent of women own a combination of hand and power tools.
Third, the Home Improvement Research Institute expects spending on home remodeling to reach more than $312 billion this year, almost a 9% increase over last year's record of about $287 billion.
According to "The Kitchen & Bath Consumer Speaks Out" report from the Home Improvement Research Institute (HIRI) commissioned by the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA), a majority of homeowners who remodeled their kitchen or bathroom say they were satisfied with the entire process--including the installation phase.
Today's homeowners overwhelmingly head to the home center when it comes to home improvement products, according to a new survey from the National Hardware Show and the Home Improvement Research Institute (HIRI).
Kitchens, bathrooms, and living rooms are most likely to be improved in both new and existing homes according to a recent survey by the Home Improvement Research Institute. A Survey of 600 recent home buyers found that 52 percent of the homebuyers completed one or more home improvement projects within the first year of buying their homes.
While men remain the primary buyers of most hardware products, women are making more purchases, according to the Home Improvement Research Institute (HIRI).
According to the Home Improvement Research Institute (HIRI), the market for both do-it-yourselfers and buy-it-yourselfers (people who purchase home improvement items but hire professionals to install or implement them) is expected to surge to $170.2 billion by the year 2002, compared to an estimated $142.5 billion in 1997, an increase of 19.4 percent.
The growth in associations has mirrored the changes in society, with organizations developing to represent new job types and industries, such as do-it-yourself products (the Home Improvement Research Institute, Lincolnshire, Illinois, was founded in 1981), and interactive television (the Interactive Television Association, Washington, D.C., was founded in 1992).
At September's HIRI 2018 Insights Conference, presented by the Home Improvement Research Institute, an informative lineup of speakers detailed economic trends and consumer preferences shaping the home improvement industry.