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It might be the worst time to remodel your house. Experts say customers can expect months of delays.


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SOURCE: http://www.businessinsider.com/home-improvement-projects-face-months-delays-rising-prices-lumber-costs-2021-5
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Free subscriber-exclusive audiobook!“No Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention”Get it now on Libro.fm using the button below.The pandemic caused a surge in home-improvement projects at the worst possible time and many companies are still struggling to keep up with backlogs of projects.Over 44% of home improvement plans in the US have been delayed due to supply shortages and skyrocketing material costs, according to data from market research firm, Cardify.ai, a company that uses transactional data to generate reports on consumer spending.Steve Cunningham the CEO of Cunningham Contracting and the chair of the National Association of Home Builders' (NAHB) Remodelers Council said his projects are being delayed by months due to the limited availability of materials, as well as laborers. Josh Wiener, the founder of home-improvement firm Silver Lining Inc, told Insider it's been difficult to get projects approved due to the COVID-19 regulations in New York City.Supply shortages have been unpredictable in recent months.

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