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Construction and Building Materials

Freedonia industry market research on Construction & Building Materials encompass virtually the entire building envelope and includes such topics as asphalt, roofing, siding, insulation, lighting fixtures and many other materials and equipment used in residential, non-residential and non-building construction. Freedonia's Construction and Building Materials market research includes market size, forecasts, product and market segmentations, related economic indicator and regulatory analysis, market share estimates, a discussion of industry structure, and profiles of the leading companies.

The list below of Freedonia Industry Studies covering Construction and Building Materials is sorted by publication date in reverse chronological order. Please click on the study title to view a table of contents, obtain additional information or to purchase all or portions of the selected study. You may also re-sort the list by clicking on the column title.

 
 
TitleStudy IdDateDescriptionPagesPricePurchase
Siding 3144Mar-2014 Demand for siding in the US is forecast to increase 7.1 percent annually to 103.5 million squares in 2018, valued at $12.1 billion. Brick, concrete and stone siding will grow the fastest, driven by their durability and low maintenance, especially for ... Read More 377$5,300.00Add to Cart
Plumbing Fixtures & Fittings 3121Feb-2014 US demand for plumbing fixtures and fittings is projected to advance 6.3 percent per year through 2017 to $12 billion. The residential market will account for over three-fifths of demand and will see the most rapid annual gains. Fixtures will outpace ... Read More 396$5,300.00Add to Cart
Decorative Laminates 3127Feb-2014 Demand for decorative laminates in the US will rise 4.1 percent per year to 11.9 billion square feet in 2018. Of the two largest markets, cabinets will outpace furniture based on a rebound in residential construction spending. Within the dominant low-... Read More 290$5,100.00Add to Cart
World Asphalt 3129Feb-2014 World demand for asphalt is projected to rise 3.6 percent annually through 2017 from a weak 2012 base to 121 million metric tons. The Asia/Pacific region has overtaken North America as the largest regional market and will continue to record the fastes... Read More 429$6,300.00Add to Cart
Fiber Cement 3128Jan-2014 US fiber cement demand is forecast to rise 8.5 percent annually through 2017 to 2.9 billion square feet, valued at $2.2 billion. The new residential market will grow the fastest as housing starts rise and home builders specify fiber cement siding and ... Read More 253$5,100.00Add to Cart
Windows & Doors in China 3088Jan-2014 Window and door sales in China will rise 8.1 percent yearly to 570 billion yuan in 2017. Plastic will be the fastest growing window material based on insulation and cost advantages. Wood will remain the top door material, supported by more wood/steel ... Read More 251$5,300.00Add to Cart
World Construction Aggregates 3078Dec-2013 This study analyzes the world construction aggregates industry. It presents historical demand data for 2002, 2007, and 2012, and forecasts for 2017 and 2022 by product (e.g., sand, crushed stone, gravel), market (nonbuilding, nonresidential building, ... Read More 418$6,100.00Add to Cart
World Geosynthetics 3108Dec-2013 Global demand for geosynthetics is expected to rise 8.9 percent per year to 5.2 billion square meters in 2017. Developing regions will be the fastest growing markets, with the Asia/Pacific region remaining the largest. Construction will be the largest... Read More 462$6,100.00Add to Cart
World Siding (Cladding) 3101Nov-2013 The global siding market is projected to rise 5.1 percent annually to 5.7 billion square meters in 2017, valued at $89 billion. North America will be the fastest growing regional market, while the Asia/Pacific region will remain dominant. Masonry and ... Read More 368$6,300.00Add to Cart
Insulation 3109Nov-2013 US demand for insulation is projected to advance 7.6 percent annually to $10.3 billion in 2017. The residential market will see double-digit annual gains based on a strong rebound in housing starts. Fiberglass insulation will remain the market leader ... Read More 356$5,300.00Add to Cart
LEDs & High Efficiency Lighting 3068Nov-2013 This study analyzes the US light-emitting diode (LED) and high efficiency lighting industry. It presents historical demand data for 2002, 2007, and 2012, and forecasts for 2017 and 2022 by product (e.g., LEDs, high efficiency fluorescent lamps, high e... Read More 333$5,300.00Add to Cart
Lamps 3054Oct-2013 US demand for lamps is forecast to be restrained in unit terms, due to a ban on the manufacture and sale of most general service incandescent lamps by 2014. More expensive halogen lamps and high intensity discharge (HID) lamps will be the fastest grow... Read More 309$5,300.00Add to Cart
World Oil & Gas Pipe 3060Oct-2013 World oil and gas pipe demand will rise 5.3 percent annually to 51.8 million metric tons in 2017 as high oil prices and growing energy demand spur new development. Gas pipe will grow at nearly four times the rate of oil pipe demand. Central and South ... Read More 347$6,100.00Add to Cart
World Cement 3096Oct-2013 World sales for cement are forecast to expand more than five percent annually through 2017 to over 4.7 billion metric tons. Demand will rebound sharply in North America and Western Europe, while growth in China will decelerate yet still achieve impres... Read More 480$6,400.00Add to Cart
World Housing 3087Oct-2013 World construction of new housing units will rise 3.3 percent per annum to 60.9 million units in 2017. Over 80 percent of global new housing construction will take place in the Asia/Pacific and Africa/Mideast regions, while North America and Western E... Read More 220$5,700.00Add to Cart
       
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