Mental development is underway – opinions about what is important in the house or in the apartment change, which determine the standard of home life. The trends are clear, but the changes are evolutionary – and that is the most general conclusion of the latest release of the Healthy Homes measure. The pace of transformation is hampered not only by the limited financial resources of private investors, but also by the level of awareness and strong stereotypes.
The scale is a pan-European survey conducted since 2015. Velux Polska and its partners prepare the Polish version with national context and data. The publication presents the latest results of a survey of the opinions of Poles about their housing conditions, renovation plans, attitude towards the environment and sanitary construction.
Residents who are considering buying, upgrading or renovating an apartment or house often take environmental considerations into account, although costs are a strong barrier here. Space, green surroundings, light, clean air and minimal noise become important.
According to Velux’s report, we want to “live as close to nature as possible”, although this declarative and “modern” slogan may mean different things in practice and translate differently into investor practices, preferences and decisions.
The impact of buildings on sustainable living and quality – more and more people are talking about it. However, the discussion is often very technical – noted Jacek Siwiński, Chairman of Velux Polska, who presented the sixth edition of the circular. In the report, we talk about how to achieve comfort, luxury and healthy living in residential buildings.