Why do we spend so long in the shower? How often is a double-flush required? How deep is the bath filled? Is it hot water or cold water first? How often is the toilet really cleaned? Does face washing require the plug to be in or out?
What really goes on in the privacy of our bathrooms?
In April we will be finding out ….
We have asked 50 UK householders to take part in a unique 7-day study into what happens behind the closed bathroom door, in order to get a real understanding of bathroom habits and behaviours,
The study, which is a collaboration between Trend-Monitor and The Bathroom Manufacturers Association (BMA), is in the format of an online interactive diary with two-way, real-time communication between the researchers and the participants. This enables daily tasks to be set, further details requested, images uploaded, different workday and rest day behaviours to be captured, and much more.
Alongside the diary study, a quantitative survey will question 500 homeowners on their decision-making process when purchasing a new bathroom and evaluate their satisfaction levels after purchase. Plus record their awareness of water regulations and legal compliance whilst making their purchases.
“This is the first time any organisation from our industry has questioned the consumer in so much detail about their bathrooms and how they use bathroom products,” said BMA CEO Yvonne Orgill.
“The results of the research will aid the BMA to talk with clarity and credibility when working with the government and other organisations on water issues.”
Jane Blakeborough, research director at Trend-Monitor comments “We have been wanting to run a study of this type for some time now and partnering with the BMA has meant that we have been able to work closely with bathroom manufacturers to understand what it is they really want to know about bathroom product usage in the home environment”
The results of both studies will be made available to BMA members and Trend-Monitor Insight Partners.
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