2014

US Molding & Trim Market

NEW YORK, March 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

US Molding & Trim Market

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US demand to rise nearly 11% annually through 2016

US demand for molding and trim is forecast to rise nearly 11 percent per year to $9.0 billion in 2016. A sharp rebound in new housing construction and a partial recovery in nonresidential building construction will drive gains. However, this revival in new construction activity will still not be sufficient to raise molding and trim demand in 2016 to the level achieved in 2006.

Engineered wood to see some of the best growth

Engineered wood molding and trim is forecast to advance at the most rapid pace of all materials through 2016. The rising use of these materials in the fast-growing new residential market will fuel gains. Home builders will choose engineered wood products because they look like wood, but do not need to be painted or stained prior to installation. This will support the use of engineered wood as molding and exterior trim.

Residential market to outpace nonresidential demand

Within each of the market segments for molding and trim, demand shares by material in 2016 will be similar to those in 2011. Therefore, overall gains for the different materials will primarily be shaped by the underlying growth in the respective market segments, rather than from increases in share within the particular market segments. For example, because wood is used extensively in new residential molding and stairwork, the rebound in new residential construction will support demand increases for wood molding and trim. Residential consumers overwhelmingly opt for wood molding due to its favorable aesthetics. Wood will see an increase in the stairwork segment, spurred by a rebound in housing completions, as most wood stairways are installed in residences.

Wood to remain popular in residential market

Demand for molding will be driven by strong growth in housing completions. Wood will remain the leading material used in its production. Consumers prefer the appearance of wood to that of other materials, while construction professionals specify wood due to its low cost and their familiarity with the material. Stairwork demand is forecast to advance at a healthy 11.3 percent annual rate through 2016. Because most stairwork is installed in new structures, rebounding new building construction spending will drive gains. Wood will continue to dominate residential stairwork demand, while metal will account for the majority of the nonresidential market.

Wood to lose market share to plastic, engineered wood in exterior trim applications

Exterior trim is one application in which material shares are expected to change slightly over the forecast period. Wood will remain the market leader but face increasingly stiff competition from plastic and engineered wood, which better resist degradation caused by insects and exposure to the elements.

Study coverage

These and other findings are available in the upcoming industry study, Molding & Trim. This study provides historical demand data for 2001, 2006 and 2011, plus forecasts for 2016 and 2021 by molding and trim material, product and market. The study also considers key market environment factors, assesses the industry structure, details company market share, and profiles companies such as AZEK Building Products (CPG International, Fypon (Fortune Brands Home & Security), HB&G Building Products, Royal Building Products (Georgia Gulf), Sierra Pacific Industries, Tapco (Headwaters), and Woodgrain Millwork.

TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION xiI. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1 II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4

General 4Macroeconomic Environment 5Demographic Trends 8Consumer Trends 12Personal Income & Expenditures 13Consumer Financing 15Building Construction 19Residential Buildings 21Housing Completions 24Housing Stock 29Improvements & Repairs 33Nonresidential Buildings 35Improvements & Repairs 38Historical Market Trends 40Pricing 43Regulatory & Environmental Issues 46Building Codes 46Industry Standards 48Environmental Considerations 48Emissions Regulations 51Foreign Trade 53World Molding & Trim Overview 55

III. MATERIALS 57

General 57Wood 60Demand by Product 61Demand by Lumber Type 64Hardwoods 65Softwoods 67Demand by Market 69Plastic 70Product Characteristics 71Demand by Product 72Demand by Resin Type 74Polyvinyl Chloride 75Polyurethane 77Other Resins 78Demand by Market 79Metal 81Demand by Product 81Demand by Market 84Engineered Wood 85Demand by Product 87Demand by Market 90Other Molding & Trim Materials 92Demand by Product 92Demand by Material 95Precast Concrete 96Fiber Cement 97Wood-Plastic Composite 98Synthetic Stone Veneers 99Plaster 100All Other Materials 101Demand by Market 102

IV. PRODUCTS 105

General 105Molding 108Product Characteristics 111Demand by Material 114Demand by Market 117Stairwork 119Product Characteristics 121Demand by Material 123Demand by Market 126Other Molding & Trim Products 128Product Characteristics 129Demand by Material 133Demand by Market 136

V. MARKETS 138

General 138Residential 141New 145Demand by Product 146Demand by Material 147Improvement & Repair 148Demand by Product 150Demand by Material 152Housing Type 154Single-Family 156Multifamily 159Manufactured Housing 162Nonresidential 164New 169Demand by Product 170Demand by Material 172Improvement & Repair 174Demand by Product 175Demand by Material 177Building Type 179Institutional 179Office & Commercial 181Industrial 184Other Nonresidential 185

VI. REGIONS 187

General 187Regional Demographics & Economic Trends 188Population Patterns 189Economic Outlook 191Regional Construction 194Housing Trends 196Regional Molding & Trim Demand 199Northeast 203New England 206Middle Atlantic 207Midwest 208East North Central 212West North Central 213South 214South Atlantic 218East South Central 220West South Central 221West 223Mountain 227Pacific 228

VII. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 230

General 230Industry Structure 231Market Share 236Wood 238Plastic 241Other Materials 246Vertical & Horizontal Integration 247Product Development 250Manufacturing 252Materials 253Manufacturing Processes 254Marketing 256Distribution 259Mergers & Acquisitions 261Cooperative Agreements 264Company Profiles 268Aljoma Lumber, see Universal Forest ProductsAllied Building Products, see CRHAlside, see Associated MaterialsAssociated Materials LLC 269Atlantic Premium Shutters, see HeadwatersAZEK Building Products, see CPG InternationalBright Wood Corporation 272Builders Edge, see HeadwatersBuilders FirstSource Incorporated 274Cascade Wood Products Incorporated 275CertainTeed, see Saint-GobainCPG International Incorporated 278Crane Plastics Siding, see Georgia GulfCRH plc 283CW Ohio, see Cascade Wood ProductsDel-Tin Fiber, see International PaperDinesol Building Products, see HeadwatersDutch Quality Stone, see HeadwatersEldorado Stone, see HeadwatersEovations, see Universal Forest ProductsExterior Portfolio by Crane, see Georgia GulfFortune Brands Home & Security Incorporated 286Fypon, see Fortune Brands Home & SecurityGentek Building Products, see Associated MaterialsGeorgia Gulf Corporation 290Gossen Corporation 294Hart & Cooley, see TomkinsHB&G Building Products Incorporated 295Headwaters Incorporated 298iLevel by Weyerhaeuser, see WeyerhaeuserInternational Paper Company 301JELD-WEN, see Woodgrain MillworkKleer Lumber, see HeadwatersKroy Building Products, see Ply Gem HoldingsLouisiana-Pacific Corporation 303Menard Incorporated 305Midwest Manufacturing, see MenardOldcastle Precast, see CRHOrkla ASA 306Ply Gem Holdings Incorporated 308Quanex Building Products Corporation 311Royal Building Products, see Georgia GulfSaint-Gobain 313Sapa Profiles, see OrklaSelkirk, see TomkinsSierra Pacific Industries 315SierraPine Limited 316Stonecraft Industries, see HeadwatersTapco International, see HeadwatersTemple-Inland, see International PaperTimberTech, see CPG InternationalTomkins Limited 318Turncraft, see Cascade Wood ProductsTurnkey Millwork, see HB&G Building ProductsUniversal Forest Products Incorporated 320Weyerhaeuser Company 324Woodgrain Millwork Incorporated 326

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Summary Table 3SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT 1 Macroeconomic Indicators 8

2 Population & Households 12

3 Personal Consumption Expenditures 15

4 Consumer Financing Environment, 2001-2011 18

5 Building Construction Expenditures 21

6 Residential Building Construction Expenditures 24

7 New Housing Indicators 29

8 Housing Stock by Type 32

9 Residential Improvement & Repair Expenditures 35

10 Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures 38

11 Nonresidential Building Improvement & Repair Expenditures 40

12 Molding & Trim Historical Market, 2001-2011 42

13 Molding & Trim Pricing deflators 45

14 Molding & Trim Foreign Trade 54

SECTION III -- MATERIALS 1 Molding & Trim Demand by Material 59

2 Wood Molding & Trim Demand by Product 63

3 Wood Molding & Trim Demand by Lumber Type 64

4 Wood Molding & Trim Demand by Market 70

5 Plastic Molding & Trim Demand by Product 73

6 Plastic Molding & Trim Demand by Resin Type 75

7 Plastic Molding & Trim Demand by Market 80

8 Metal Molding & Trim Demand by Product 83

9 Metal Molding & Trim Demand by Market 85

10 Engineered Wood Molding & Trim Demand by Product 89

11 Engineered Wood Molding & Trim Demand by Market 91

12 Other Molding & Trim Material Demand by Product 94

13 Other Molding & Trim Material Demand 95

14 Other Molding & Trim Material Demand by Market 104

1 Molding & Trim Demand by Product 107

2 Selected Molding Products by Type & Material 113

3 Molding Demand by Material 117

4 Molding Demand by Market 119

5 Selected Stairwork Products by Type & Material 123

6 Stairwork Demand by Material 126

7 Stairwork Demand by Market 128

8 Selected Other Molding & Trim Products by Type & Material 132

9 Other Molding & Trim Products Demand by Material 135

10 Other Molding & Trim Product Demand by Market 137

SECTION V -- MARKETS 1 Molding & Trim Demand by Market 140

2 Residential Molding & Trim Demand

by Application, Product, & Material 144

3 New Residential Molding & Trim

Demand by Product & Material 145

4 Residential Improvement & Repair Molding & Trim

Demand by Product & Material 150

5 Residential Molding & Trim Demand by Housing Type 156

6 Single-Family Housing Molding & Trim Demand

by Application & Product 159

7 Multifamily Housing Molding & Trim Demand

by Application & Product 161

8 Manufactured Housing Molding & Trim Demand

by Application & Product 164

9 Nonresidential Molding & Trim Demand

by Application, Product, & Material 168

10 New Nonresidential Molding & Trim Demand

by Product & Material 170

11 Nonresidential Improvement & Repair Molding & Trim

Demand by Product & Material 175

12 Nonresidential Molding & Trim Demand by Building Type 179

13 Institutional Molding & Trim Demand by Product 181

14 Office & Commercial Molding & Trim Demand by Product 184

15 Industrial Molding & Trim Demand by Product 185

16 Other Nonresidential Molding & Trim Demand by Product 186

SECTION VI -- REGIONS 1 Population by Region 191

2 Gross Domestic Product by Region 194

3 Construction Expenditures by Region 196

4 Regional Housing Indicators 199

5 Molding & Trim Demand by Region 202

6 Northeast Molding & Trim Demand by Subregion & Product 206

7 Midwest Molding & Trim Demand by Subregion & Product 212

8 South Molding & Trim Demand by Subregion & Product 218

9 West Molding & Trim Demand by Subregion & Product 226

SECTION VII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 1 US Molding & Trim Sales for Selected Companies, 2011 235

2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 263

3 Selected Cooperative Agreements 266

LIST OF CHARTS SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

1 Year of Construction of Housing Stock, 2011 332 Molding & Trim Market Growth, 2002-2011 433 Molding & Trim Pricing Patterns by Material, 2001-2021 45

SECTION III -- MATERIALS

1 Molding & Trim Demand by Material, 2011 592 Wood Molding & Trim Demand by Product, 2011 633 Plastic Molding & Trim Demand by Product, 2011 744 Metal Molding & Trim Demand by Product, 2011 835 Engineered Wood Molding & Trim Demand by Product, 2011 906 Other Molding & Trim Material Demand by Product, 2011 94

SECTION IV -- PRODUCTS

1 Molding & Trim Demand by Product, 2011 108

SECTION V -- MARKETS

1 Molding & Trim Demand by Market, 2011 1402 New Residential Molding & Trim Demand by Product, 2011 1473 Residential Improvement & Repair Molding & TrimDemand by Product, 2011 1524 New Nonresidential Molding & TrimDemand by Product, 2011 1725 Nonresidential Improvement & Repair Molding & TrimDemand by Product, 2011 177

SECTION VI -- REGIONS

1 Molding & Trim Demand by Region, 2011 202

SECTION VII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 US Molding & Trim Market Share, 2011 2382 US Plastic Molding & Trim Market Share, 2011 242

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