Reportlinker Adds Windows & Doors Industry

Dec 07, 2010, 07:53 ET from Reportlinker

NEW YORK, Dec. 7, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Windows & Doors Industry

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US demand to rise 5.8% annually through 2014

Demand for windows and doors in the US is forecast to rise 5.8 percent per year to $34.9 billion in 2014, a rebound from the 2004-2009 period, when demand fell 2.9 percent annually, reflecting the collapse of the housing market between 2007 and 2009. Although housing completions will remain below the level reached at their cyclical peak in 2006, the recovery will fuel above-average gains in the residential market through 2014. Although the downturn in US housing construction from 2007 to 2009 reduced demand for windows and doors, the decline was not as precipitous as that for many other building products. Demand was supported by the 2009 extension of the Energy Policy Act (EPACT) of 2005. Among the provisions of EPACT were tax credits for homeowners who installed energy-efficient windows and doors. These tax credits persuaded many consumers to purchase windows and doors. Through 2014, continuing interest in replacing inefficient windows and doors with more efficient models will boost demand in the residential improvement and repair market.

Plastic windows and doors to see most rapid growth

Among material types, plastic windows and doors will see the most rapid growth through 2014, advancing ten percent per year to $9.3 billion. Gains will be spurred by rising demand for fiberglass entry doors, which will take market share from wood and steel entry doors. Fiberglass doors are less costly, more aesthetically pleasing and more energy-efficient than steel doors. While traditionally wood doors were seen as more attractive than those made from fiberglass, improvements in processing techniques have enabled manufacturers to make fiberglass that more closely resembles wood. Further gains for plastic windows and doors will be supported by continuing demand for vinyl windows because of their low cost, durability, minimal maintenance requirements and superior energy efficiency.

Metal windows and doors to remain largest segment

Metal windows and doors accounted for the largest share of window and door demand in 2009, overtaking wood products, which saw their share of the market decline due to the steep drop in residential building construction spending, where wood windows and doors are most commonly used. Metal windows and doors are expected to continue to lead the market in 2014. Rebounding housing activity will lead gains, as population growth in the South and West, where metal products are most often installed, will drive advances. Homeowners concerned with preventing storm damage, such as those in coastal regions, will continue to install metal windows and doors. Demand will also be supported by the nonresidential market, where metal products are preferred due to their low cost and durability. Demand for wood windows and doors is forecast to rise 4.7 percent per year to $12.7 billion in 2014. The rebound in residential building construction activity will drive gains, especially in the highend housing market. Wood windows and doors are seen as aesthetically pleasing products that add value to a home.

Study coverage

This new industry study, Windows & Doors presents historical demand data (1999, 2004, 2009) plus forecasts for 2014 and 2019 by material (e.g., wood, metal, plastic), product (windows, doors) and US regional market (e.g., New England, Middle Atlantic, Mountain). The study also considers market environment factors, evaluates company market share and profiles industry players such as Andersen, Jeld-Wen and Masonite.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION xiv

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4

General 4

Macroeconomic Environment 5

Demographic Trends 9

Consumer Trends 12

Personal Income & Expenditures 12

Consumer Financing 14

Construction Trends 18

Residential Buildings 18

Housing Completions 20

Housing Stock 25

Improvements & Repairs 29

Nonresidential Buildings 31

New 31

Improvements & Repairs 35

Nonresidential Building Stock 37

Historical Market Trends 39

Pricing 42

Regulatory & Environmental Considerations 46

Regulatory Considerations 46

Energy Efficiency Considerations 49

Materials-Based Construction 52

Recycling 54

Emissions Regulations 56

Lead Paint Removal 58

Foreign Trade 60

Imports 61

Exports 64

World Window & Door Outlook 68

III. OVERVIEW 71

General 71

Value Demand 74

Demand by Type & Market 77

Doors 79

Windows 81

Other Products 84

Unit Demand 85

Prime Residential Windows 88

Demand by Material 88

Demand by Application 91

Residential Doors 94

Interior Doors 96

Entry Doors 97

Patio Doors 98

IV. METAL 100

General 100

Materials & Material Trends 104

Products & Product Trends 106

Metal Doors 107

Demand by Market 109

Demand by Type 111

Demand by Material 115

Metal Windows 116

Demand by Market 119

Demand by Type 121

Demand by Material 124

Other Metal Products 125

Demand by Market 126

Demand by Type 128

Demand by Material 130

V. WOOD 132

General 132

Wood Doors 137

Demand by Market 140

Demand by Type 142

Flush Doors 143

Panel Doors 146

Other Wood Doors 149

Wood Windows 152

Demand by Market 155

Demand by Type 157

Double-Hung Windows 158

Casement Windows 160

Other Wood Windows 162

Other Wood Products 164

Demand by Market 165

Demand by Type 167

VI. PLASTIC 169

General 169

Materials & Material Trends 173

Products & Product Trends 176

Plastic Doors 178

Demand by Market 180

Demand by Type 183

Patio & Storm Doors 183

Other Doors 186

Demand by Material 188

Plastic Windows 189

Demand by Market 192

Demand by Type 194

Plastic Prime Windows 195

Plastic Specialty & Storm Windows 198

Demand by Material 200

Other Plastic Products 202

Demand by Market 203

Demand by Type 205

Demand by Material 206

VII. MARKETS 208

General 208

Residential 211

New Housing 216

Demand by Material 218

Demand by Product 220

Improvements & Repairs 221

Demand by Material 223

Demand by Product 225

Demand by Housing Type 226

Single-Family 227

Multifamily 230

Manufactured Housing 232

Nonresidential 235

New Buildings 239

Demand by Material 241

Demand by Product 243

Improvements & Repairs 244

Demand by Material 246

Demand by Product 248

Demand by Building Type 249

Office & Commercial 250

Institutional 252

Industrial 254

Other Nonresidential 256

VIII. REGIONAL DEMAND 258

General 258

Regional Demographic & Economic Trends 259

Population Patterns 260

Economic Outlook 262

Regional Construction 264

Housing Trends 267

Regional Window & Door Demand 269

Northeast 272

New England 274

Middle Atlantic 275

Midwest 276

East North Central 279

West North Central 280

South 282

South Atlantic 285

East South Central 287

West South Central 288

West 290

Mountain 293

Pacific 294

IX. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 297

General 297

Industry Composition 298

Market Share 303

Vertical & Horizontal Integration 308

Product Development 312

Manufacturing 313

Marketing 315

Distribution 318

Mergers & Acquisitions 321

Cooperative Agreements 325

Company Profiles 329

Alcoa Incorporated 330

Alpine Window, see Associated Materials

Alside, see Associated Materials

Amarr Garage Doors 333

Andersen Corporation 337

ASSA ABLOY AB 344

Associated Materials LLC 349

Atrium Companies Incorporated 354

Atrium Patio Doors, see Woodgrain Millwork

Baron Metal Industries, see ASSA ABLOY

Bison Building Holdings, see Stock Building Supply

Ceco Door Products, see ASSA ABLOY

Champion Windows Manufacturing Incorporated 360

CHI Overhead Doors, see JLL Partners

Clopay Building Products, see Griffon

CMI, see Woodgrain Millwork

Curries, see ASSA ABLOY

Danvid Window, see Atrium Companies

Dashwood Industries, see Andersen

Dominion Building Products, see ASSA ABLOY

Drew Industries Incorporated 362

Eagle Window and Door, see Andersen

Elixir Industries 364

EMCO Enterprises, see Andersen

Fortune Brands Incorporated 366

Four Seasons Sunrooms, see Ultraframe UK

Gentek Building Products, see Associated Materials

Georgia Gulf Corporation 373

Graham Manufacturing, see ASSA ABLOY

Griffon Corporation 376

Harvey Industries Incorporated 379

HR Windows, see Atrium Companies

HWD Acquisition Incorporated 382

Hy-Lite Products, see Fortune Brands

Infinity Replacement Windows, see Marvin Companies

Ingersoll-Rand plc 384

Integrity Windows and Doors, see Marvin Companies

Jeld-Wen Incorporated 387

JLL Partners Incorporated 392

Kinro, see Drew Industries

KML Windows, see Andersen

Kolbe & Kolbe Millwork Company Incorporated 397

Marvin Companies 400

Masco Corporation 405

Masonite International Corporation 408

MI Windows and Doors Incorporated 411

Milgard Windows, see Masco

Modern Builders Supply Incorporated 414

Monarch Materials Group Incorporated 417

Monarch Windows and Doors, see Woodgrain Millwork

Norandex Building Materials Distribution,

see Saint-Gobain

North Star Manufacturing London, see Atrium Companies

ODL Incorporated 418

Overhead Door, see Sanwa Holdings

Peachtree Doors and Windows,

see Weather Shield Manufacturing

Pella Corporation 420

PGT, see JLL Partners

Ply Gem Holdings Incorporated 424

Point Five Windows, see Kolbe & Kolbe Millwork

Polaris Technologies, see Modern Builders Supply

Redstone Custom Door, see Woodgrain Millwork

Renewal by Andersen, see Andersen

Rockwood Manufacturing, see ASSA ABLOY

Royal Group, see Georgia Gulf

Saint-Gobain 427

Sanwa Holdings Corporation 429

Serious Materials Incorporated 434

Silver Line Building Products, see Andersen

Simonton Windows, see Fortune Brands

SNE Enterprises, see Weather Shield Manufacturing

Stanley Black & Decker 436

Steelcraft, see Ingersoll-Rand

Stock Building Supply Incorporated 438

Superior Engineered Products, see Atrium Companies

Therma-Tru Doors, see Fortune Brands

Thermal Industries, see Atrium Companies

Tomkins plc 440

TRACO, see Alcoa

Ultraframe UK Limited 441

VELUX-America, see VKR Holding A/S

VKR Holding A/S 443

Wayne-Dalton, see Sanwa Holdings

Weather Shield Manufacturing Incorporated 445

Western Reflections, see ODL

Windsor Republic Doors 449

Windsor Windows and Doors, see Woodgrain Millwork

Woodgrain Millwork Incorporated 451

Additional Companies Mentioned in Study 455

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Summary Table 3

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

1 Macroeconomic Indicators 8

2 Population & Households 11

3 Personal Consumption Expenditures 14

4 Consumer Financing Environment, 1999-2009 17

5 Residential Building Construction Expenditures 20

6 New Housing Indicators 25

7 Housing Stock by Type 28

8 Residential Improvement & Repair Expenditures 31

9 Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures 35

10 Nonresidential Building Improvement & Repair Expenditures 36

11 Nonresidential Building Stock 39

12 Window & Door Market, 1999-2009 41

13 Window & Door Pricing 45

14 Window & Door Foreign Trade 61

SECTION III -- OVERVIEW

1 Window & Door Supply & Demand 76

2 Window & Door Demand by Type & Market 78

3 Door Demand by Material 81

4 Window Demand by Material 84

5 Other Products Demand by Material 85

6 Residential Window & Door Demand by Product & Application 87

7 Prime Residential Window Demand by Material 91

8 Prime Residential Window Demand by Application & Material 94

9 Residential Door Demand by Type & Material 95

SECTION IV -- METAL

1 Metal Window & Door Supply & Demand 103

2 Metal Door Demand by Market 111

3 Metal Door Demand by Type 114

4 Metal Door Demand by Material 116

5 Metal Window Demand by Market 121

6 Metal Window Demand by Type 123

7 Metal Window Demand by Material 125

8 Other Metal Window & Door Product Demand by Market 128

9 Other Metal Window & Door Product Demand by Type 130

10 Other Metal Window & Door Product Demand by Material 131

SECTION V -- WOOD

1 Wood Window & Door Supply & Demand 136

2 Wood Door Demand by Market 142

3 Wood Door Demand by Type 143

4 Flush Door Demand by Type 146

5 Panel Door Demand by Type 149

6 Other Wood Door Demand by Type 151

7 Wood Window Demand by Market 157

8 Wood Window Demand by Type 158

9 Double-Hung Window Demand by Type 160

10 Casement Window Demand by Type 162

11 Other Wood Window Demand 164

12 Other Wood Window & Door Product Demand by Market 167

13 Other Wood Window & Door Product Demand by Type 168

SECTION VI -- PLASTIC

1 Plastic Window & Door Supply & Demand 172

2 Plastic Door Demand by Market 182

3 Plastic Door Demand by Type 183

4 Plastic Patio & Storm Door Demand 186

5 Plastic Door Demand by Material 189

6 Plastic Window Demand by Market 194

7 Plastic Window Demand by Type 195

8 Plastic Prime Window Demand by Type 198

9 Plastic Specialty & Storm Window Demand 200

10 Plastic Window Demand by Material 202

11 Other Plastic Window & Door Product Demand by Market 205

12 Other Plastic Window & Door Product Demand by Type 206

13 Other Plastic Window & Door Product Demand by Material 207

SECTION VII -- MARKETS

1 Window & Door Demand by Market 210

2 Residential Window & Door Demand by Material & Product 215

3 New Residential Window & Door Demand

by Material & Product 218

4 Residential Improvement & Repair Window & Door Demand

by Material & Product 223

5 Residential Window & Door Demand by Housing Type 227

6 Single-Family Housing Window & Door

Demand by Application 230

7 Multifamily Housing Window & Door Demand by Application 232

8 Manufactured Housing Window & Door

Demand by Application 235

9 Nonresidential Window & Door Demand

by Material & Product 238

10 New Nonresidential Window & Door Demand

by Material & Product 241

11 Nonresidential Improvement & Repair Window & Door

Demand by Material & Product 246

12 Nonresidential Window & Door Demand by Building Type 250

13 Office & Commercial Window & Door Demand by Application 252

14 Institutional Window & Door Demand by Application 254

15 Industrial Window & Door Demand by Application 256

16 Other Nonresidential Window & Door

Demand by Application 257

SECTION VIII -- REGIONAL DEMAND

1 Population by Region 262

2 Gross Domestic Product by Region 264

3 Construction Expenditures by Region 266

4 Regional Housing Indicators 268

5 Window & Door Demand by Region 271

6 Northeast Window & Door Demand 274

7 Midwest Window & Door Demand 279

8 South Window & Door Demand 285

9 West Window & Door Demand 293

SECTION IX -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 US Window & Door Sales for Selected Manufacturers, 2009 302

2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 324

3 Selected Cooperative Agreements 327

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

1 Year of Construction of Housing Stock, 2009 29

2 Window & Door Market, 2000-2009 42

3 Window & Door Pricing, 1999-2019 46

4 US Window & Door Imports by Source, 2009 64

5 US Window & Door Exports by Destination, 2009 68

SECTION III -- OVERVIEW

1 Window & Door Demand by Material, 2009 77

SECTION IV -- METAL

1 Metal Window & Door Demand by Product, 2009 104

SECTION V -- WOOD

1 Wood Window & Door Demand by Product, 2009 137

SECTION VI -- PLASTIC

1 Plastic Window & Door Demand by Product, 2009 173

SECTION VII -- MARKETS

1 Residential Window & Door Demand by Material, 2009 216

2 Nonresidential Window & Door Demand by Material, 2009 239

SECTION VIII -- REGIONAL DEMAND

1 Window & Door Demand by Region, 2009 271

SECTION IX -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 US Window & Door Market Share by Company, 2009 304

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