A recent survey found that the amount of time homeowners spent spending on yard work is increasing.
The National Association of Home Builders surveyed homeowners from March through August and found that nearly six out of 10 homeowners said they spent less than 30 minutes a week getting up to do yard work.
The survey was based on responses from 1,000 homeowners across the country.
While most of those homeowners said the average amount of yard work they did each week was between 15 and 20 minutes, about four out of five said they spend at least 30 minutes on yardwork a week.
This year, more than half of the homeowners surveyed said they had spent more than 30 hours a week on yard activities.
And the average time they spent on yard chores, such as trimming grass or building a foundation, has increased.
A survey of 1,068 homeowners in New York City found that one in five homeowners had a weekly average of at least one hour and 30 minutes of yardwork.
In New York, there are many different ways to trim lawn.
Many homeowners will use a garden hose, a small bucket or an excavator.
The homeowner also can use a tractor to pull weeds from the grass or trim out roots.
But in some places, the only way to trim the lawn is to use a big brush or a shovel.
In many areas, homeowners who do not trim their yard regularly may be tempted to spend too much time doing the work.
That’s because they can end up with too much yard, leading to a loss of value, said Kevin O’Brien, the NHA head of the residential division.
In a survey of 2,500 homeowners in Chicago, nearly half said they have spent more time doing yard work than they had in the previous 12 months.
O’Connor said the more time that homeowners spend on yard care, the less value they are adding.
This is because they are taking on too much of a risk.
For example, homeowners can spend up to $1,000 a year for the cost of a lawn mower.
And some homeowners may spend $200 or more on yard upkeep.
But the more work that a homeowner does, the more valuable the yard is, O’Cain said.
“You have to be careful what you pay for the labor,” O’Connell said.
He said many homeowners who are not doing yard care are not paying the full cost of the maintenance or maintenance costs that can add up to thousands of dollars.
That means that homeowners who don’t care about the value of their property may be neglecting to put the right things in place to keep their property in good condition.
A homeowner can also lose money by not doing the right maintenance to keep a property in proper condition.
“There is a lot of money to be made from a lot less maintenance,” OConnor said.
OBrien said many people who neglect their yard work end up paying higher property taxes than they would have paid for the work if they did the work properly.
“I think the most important thing is to have the right mindset to do what you are doing,” OBrien added.
The NHA survey also found that homeowners are less likely to have their property inspected by a home inspector.
In some areas, such a property inspection is mandatory in order to maintain a safe and secure property.
But this year, in some areas of the country, it has become optional.
And in some communities, such an inspection is not required.
OCC is not trying to discourage homeowners from spending their time and money on yard maintenance, OCC said.
It is just reminding homeowners that the time is limited.
OPC said the NIA survey showed that many homeowners are not looking out for their property.
OConnell said the most common reason homeowners are spending more time on yard tasks is to avoid paying their property taxes.
“If you have property taxes, you should pay those taxes, and then you can be home,” OCC added.
For homeowners who live in the suburbs or have a smaller property, OPC is encouraging them to consider a move to a smaller neighborhood.
“A lot of these people are not going to be able to afford to live in a bigger neighborhood,” OPC added.
In addition to the survey, the Association of Residential Landscape Architects is also conducting an online survey to gather feedback from homeowners.
The study will focus on factors such as the amount and type of landscaping, whether the landscaping is on a lawn or garden, and the types of trees and plants that the homeowner uses.
The association is also working with a professional landscaper to help homeowners learn more about the different types of landscapers and how they can work well together.
The report, which is being released this week, is expected to be a good starting point for homeowners who want to understand how to best make their yard better.