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Architectural Paint Market in the US - Demand and Sales Forecasts, Market Share, Market Size, Market Leaders

  • Study #: 3493
  • Published: 02/2017
  • Pages: 119
  • Full Study Price: US$ 4,900

Architectural Paint Market in the US - Industry Market Research, Market Share, Market Size, Sales, Demand Forecast, Market Leaders, Company Profiles, Industry Trends

US architectural paint demand is projected to expand 3.0 percent annually to 835 million gallons in 2020.The new residential market for architectural paint will register the fastest growth of any outlet through 2020. However, the majority of demand gains will derive from the residential improvement and repair market. Interior water-based paint offers the best opportunities for growth through 2020, while water-based paints will continue to gain market share from solvent-based types.

This Freedonia study analyzes the $11 billion US architectural paint market, presenting historical data plus forecasts for 2020 by market, application, formulation, substrate, end user, and channel of distribution. The study also details company market share and offers strategic analysis on industry players including Masco, PPG Industries, Sherwin-Williams, and Valspar.

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Table of Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

OVERVIEW

Key Findings

Demand Outlook

Historical Market Trends

Pricing Trends

Historical View

Outlook

Raw Materials

Environmental & Regulatory Considerations

VOC Regulations

Green Building Certification

Life Cycle Assessment

US Foreign Trade

Imports

Historical View

Major Sources

Exports

Historical View

Major Destinations

MARKETS

Key Findings

Markets Outlook

Scope

Sales Forecast: Residential versus Nonresidential Markets

Residential Markets

Scope

Sales Forecast

New versus Improvement & Repair Projects

Interior versus Exterior Applications

New Residential Construction

Interior versus Exterior Applications

Housing Type

Residential Improvement & Repair

Nonresidential Market

PRODUCTS

Key Findings

Product Development Drivers

Interior & Exterior Applications

Interior

Interior Product Types

Gloss & Semigloss versus Flat Finish Paints

New Products

Exterior

Exterior Product Types

New Products

Paint Formulations

Water-Based Paint

Water-Based Paint Applications

Water-Based Product Characteristics

Solvent-Based Paint

Solvent-Based Paint Applications

Solvent-Based Product Characteristics

Substrates

Drywall & Plaster

Wood

Fiber Cement

Metal

Other Substrates

END USERS & DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS

Key Findings

End Users

Professional

Distribution Channels

Markets Outlook

DIY

Distribution Channels

Markets Outlook

Distribution Channels

Scope

Sales Forecast by Channel

Company-Owned Stores

Sales Forecast & Trends

Major Suppliers

Home Centers & Mass Merchants

Sales Forecast & Trends

Major Suppliers

Independent Distributors & Other

Sales Forecast & Trends

Major Suppliers

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

Key Findings & Industry Composition

Market Share

Competitive Strategies

Acquisitions & Divestitures

Cooperative Agreements

Marketing & Customer Service

Digital Tools

Marketing Alliances

Research & Development

Natural & Bio-Based Paints

Functional Paints

Anti-Microbial Products

UV Reflective Products

List of Industry Participants

APPENDIX

Scope

Market Segments

Distribution Channels

NAICS Codes

Methodology

Sources

Associations & Agencies

Related Freedonia Group Studies

Definitions

Abbreviations

Macroeconomic Data

Economic Outlook

Demographic Trends

Personal Income & Expenditure Outlook

Building Construction

Residential Buildings

New Housing Indicators

Housing Stock

Improvements & Repairs

Nonresidential Buildings

Siding Outlook


List of Tables

OVERVIEW

Table 2-1 | Architectural Paint Supply & Demand, 2005 - 2020

Table 2-2 | Architectural Paint Demand, 2005 - 2015

Table 2-3 | Selected Architectural Paint Prices, 2005 - 2020 (dollars per gallon)

Table 2-4 | Raw Material Demand in Architectural Paint, 2005 - 2020 (million pounds)

Table 2-5 | Recent Developments in VOC & Related Regulation

Table 2-6 | Cross-Section of Major Green Building Standards, Certifications, & Rating Systems

Table 2-7 | US Foreign Trade in Architectural Paint, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 2-8 | Architectural Paint Imports by Source, 2010-2015 (million gallons)

Table 2-9 | Architectural Paint Exports by Destination, 2010-2015 (million gallons)

MARKETS

Table 3-1 | Architectural Paint Demand by Market, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 3-2 | Residential Building Construction Markets for Architectural Paint, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 3-3 | New Residential Construction Markets for Architectural Paint, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 3-4 | Residential Improvement & Repair Markets for Architectural Paint, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 3-5 | Nonresidential Building Construction Markets for Architectural Paint, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

PRODUCTS

Table 4-1 | Architectural Paint Demand by Application, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 4-2 | Interior Architectural Paint Demand, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 4-3 | Interior Architectural Paint Demand by Product, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 4-4 | Gloss & Semigloss vs. Flat Finish Paints: Key Applications & Advantages

Table 4-5 | Selected New Interior Paint Products

Table 4-6 | Exterior Architectural Paint Demand, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 4-7 | Exterior Architectural Paint Demand by Product, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 4-8 | Selected New Exterior Paint Products

Table 4-9 | Architectural Paint Demand by Formulation, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 4-10 | Water-Based Architectural Paint Demand, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 4-11 | Water-Based Architectural Paint Products: Advantages & Disadvantages by Application

Table 4-12 | Solvent-Based Architectural Paint Demand, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 4-13 | Solvent-Based Architectural Paint Products: Advantages & Disadvantages by Application

Table 4-14 | Architectural Paint Demand by Substrate, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

END USERS & DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS

Table 5-1 | Architectural Paint Demand by End User, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 5-2 | Professional Demand for Paint by Distribution Channel, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 5-3 | Professional Demand for Paint by Market, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 5-4 | DIY Demand for Architectural Paint by Distribution Channel, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 5-5 | DIY Demand for Architectural Paint by Market, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 5-6 | Architectural Paint Demand by Distribution Channel, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 5-7 | Company-Owned Store Sales by End User, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 5-8 | Approximate Number of Company-Owned Stores by Supplier, 2015

Table 5-9 | Home Center & Mass Merchant Sales by Channel & End User, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

Table 5-10 | Selected Distribution Agreements with Home Centers & Mass Merchants

Table 5-11 | Independent Distributor Sales by End User, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

Table 6-1 | US Architectural Paint Sales by Company, 2015 (million dollars)

Table 6-2 | Competitive Strategies

Table 6-3 | Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures

Table 6-4 | Selected Cooperative Agreements

Table 6-5 | Selected Marketing Strategies by Company

Table 6-6 | Emerging Bio-Based Raw Materials

APPENDIX

Table 7-1 | Study Scope: Architectural Paint Markets

Table 7-2 | Study Scope: Distribution Channels

Table 7-3 | Relevant NAICS Codes (2012)

Table 7-4 | Abbreviations & Acronyms Used in Study

Table 7-5 | Macroeconomic Indicators, 2005 - 2020 (billion 2009 dollars)

Table 7-6 | Population & Households, 2005 - 2020 (million persons)

Table 7-7 | Personal Income & Expenditures, 2005 - 2020 (billion 2009 dollars)

Table 7-8 | Building Construction Expenditures, 2005 - 2020 (billion 2009 dollars)

Table 7-9 | Residential Building Construction Expenditures, 2005 - 2020 (billion 2009 dollars)

Table 7-10 | New Housing Indicators

Table 7-11 | Housing Stock by Type (million units)

Table 7-12 | Residential Improvement & Repair Expenditures, 2005 - 2020 (billion 2009 dollars)

Table 7-13 | Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures, 2005 - 2020 (billion 2009 dollars)

Table 7-14 | Siding Demand by Material (million squares)


List of Charts

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Figure 1-1 | Key Trends in the US Market for Architectural Paint

OVERVIEW

Figure 2-1 | Key Trends in the US Architectural Paint Market

Figure 2-2 | Architectural Paint Growth to Slow Slightly in Both Volume & Value Terms Through 2020

Figure 2-3 | Building Construction Recovery Drives Architectural Paint Demand

Figure 2-4 | Average Architectural Paint Price Decreases Slightly in 2015 Due to Low Raw Material Costs

Figure 2-5 | Improved Latex Formulations to Increase Resin, Pigment, & Additive Use through 2020

Figure 2-6 | Anticipated Effects of Conducting Life Cycle Assessments in the Architectural Paint Industry

Figure 2-7 | Most US Architectural Paint Imports Sourced from Canada & Western Europe in 2015

Figure 2-8 | Canada & Mexico Remained the Largest Architectural Paint Export Markets in 2015

MARKETS

Figure 3-1 | US Architectural Paint Trends & Outlook by Market

Figure 3-2 | Architectural Paint Markets Track Rebound in Building Activity

Figure 3-3 | New Residential Paint Market to Outpace Improvement & Repair Market Through 2020

Figure 3-4 | Interior Paint in the Residential Market to Offer Best Growth Opportunities Through 2020

Figure 3-5 | Interior Paint Offers Best Growth Opportunities in New Residential Market through 2020

Figure 3-6 | New Residential Paint Market to Remain Well Below 2006 Peak

Figure 3-7 | Residential Improvement & Repair Market to Reach New Peak by 2020

Figure 3-8 | Nonresidential Paint Market Rebounds to 2008 Peak by 2020

PRODUCTS

Figure 4-1 | US Architectural Paint Trends & Outlook by Product

Figure 4-2 | Functionality, Ease of Use, & Sustainability Characterize New Architectural Paint Products

Figure 4-3 | Trends in Siding Drive Exterior Paint Market

Figure 4-4 | Water-Based Paints Continue to Displace Solvent-Based Counterparts through 2025

Figure 4-5 | Water-Based Interior Products Offer Best Growth Opportunities through 2020

Figure 4-6 | Solvent-Based Products Lose Share More Rapidly in Exterior Applications Through 2020

Figure 4-7 | Fiber Cement Continues to Outpace Wood through 2020

END USERS & DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS

Figure 5-1 | US Architectural Paint Trends & Outlook by End Users & Distribution Channels

Figure 5-2 | Professional End Use Regains Architectural Paint Share After the Recession

Figure 5-3 | Company-Owned Stores Dominate Sales to Paint Contractors in 2015

Figure 5-4 | Professional Demand for Paint to Post Healthy but Slowing Growth Through 2020

Figure 5-5 | Consumers Bought over Three-Fourths of their Paint from Home Centers & Mass Merchants in 2015

Figure 5-6 | Repainting Activity Buoys DIY Demand for Paint During the Recession

Figure 5-7 | Architectural Paint Distribution Channels: Definitions & Examples

Figure 5-8 | Brands Associated with Independent Distributors Lose Popularity Over Last Decade

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

Figure 6-1 | US Architectural Paint Market Share, 2015

Figure 6-2 | Architectural Paint Market Share: First Leader

Figure 6-3 | Architectural Paint Market Share: Second Leader

Figure 6-4 | Architectural Paint Market Share: Third Leader

Figure 6-5 | Architectural Paint Market Share: Fourth Leader


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