Home improvement - total expenditure in the U.S. 2011, by generation

The statistic shows total home improvement expenditure in the United States in 2011, by generation. In 2011, average home improvement expenditure among Trailing Baby Boomers in the United States amounted to 44.69 billion US dollars.

Total home improvement expenditure in the United States in 2011, by generation*

GenerationTotal expenditure in billion U.S. dollars
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Release date

January 2013


United States

Survey time period


Supplementary notes

Echo Boom- born 1985 and later
Trailing Baby Bust - born 1975-84
Leading Baby Bust - born 1965-74
Trailing Baby Boom - born 1955-64
Leading Baby Boom - born 1945-54
Matures - born 1935-44
Seniors - born before 1935.

The figures have been rounded to provide a better understanding of the statistic.

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