Irish people have spent more than one-point-seven billion euro on renovating their homes in the last 4 years.
Over 100 thousand projects have been carried out since the Home Renovation Incentive was launched in 2013.
In Co Mayo, €17.7 million was spent on renovating 1,364 properties.
In Roscommon, the spend was over 10 million on 983 properties, while Galway homeowners spent over €65 million over the past 4 years in renovating almost four and a half thousand properties.
Nationally, the average spend was more than 16 thousand euro, and projects included home extensions, general repair and renovations, window replacements and kitchen replacements.
Director of the Construction Industry Federation Tom Parlon says the scheme has been a huge success: