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Windows & Doors - Demand and Sales Forecasts, Market Share, Market Size, Market Leaders

  • Study #: 3572
  • Published: 09/2017
  • Pages: 181
  • Full Study Price: US$ 4,900

Windows & Doors - Industry Market Research, Market Share, Market Size, Sales, Demand Forecast, Market Leaders, Company Profiles, Industry Trends

US demand for windows and doors is forecast to rise 4.8% annually to $34.3 billion in 2021. One key factor driving growth will be continued strength in new housing and renovation activity, including investment in new and replacement windows and doors. Expanding construction spending in window- and door-intensive commercial segments – specifically office, retail, and lodging structures – will also fuel sales.

This Freedonia industry study analyzes the $27.2 billion US window and door market. It presents historical demand data (2006, 2011, and 2016) and forecasts for 2021 by material (metal, wood, plastic), market (new residential, residential improvement & repair, new commercial, commercial improvement & repair), product (windows, doors, components & other window & door products), and geographic region (Northeast, Midwest, South, West). The study also evaluates company market share and provides competitive analysis on industry leaders, including Andersen, ASSA ABLOY, JELD-WEN, Marvin Companies, Masonite International, Pella, and Ply Gem.

This study examines the US window and door market by product, material, market, and geographic region in value terms at the manufacturers’ level (i.e., excluding the value of features and services added between the manufacturer and end user, including door hanging and finishing operations not offered by the door slab manufacturer). Historical data for 2006, 2011, and 2016 and forecasts for 2021 are presented in US dollars.

Major window products included in the study are:

  • single- and double-hung windows
  • casement windows
  • horizontal sliding and horizontal swing windows
  • architectural and stationary windows

For the purposes of this study, the value of installed glazing is included in the demand numbers for all window products, with the exception of curtain wall, which includes only the framing materials. Windows with multiple openings (e.g., bay and bow types) that are sold as one unit are considered to be one window.

Major door products include the following types:

  • interior – including panel (e.g., stile-and-rail, French), flush, and molded doors
  • entry (manually opened)
  • sliding patio (including multislide types)
  • swinging patio (including multifold types)
  • residential garage
  • automated sliding and swinging
  • overhead (including sectional and rolling steel, and high-speed plastic roll-up types)
  • storm

The value of installed glazing, sidelites, and/or transoms is included if sold by the manufacturer as part of the framed system.

To avoid double counting, parts and components sold to, or imported by, door manufacturers for assembly into new windows and doors are excluded from the scope of this study.

Also excluded from this study are windows and doors for automobiles or other transportation equipment, cabinets, fencing gates, shower doors and bathroom stall doors, elevator doors, and pet doors. Molding and trim are excluded as well.

Also excluded are separately sold replacement hardware not typically sold as part of the window or door unit, (e.g., door knobs, locks, door stops, garage door openers). However, the value of these products is included here when sold as part of an integrated new window or door unit.

For the purposes of this study, windows and doors classified as “energy efficient” are products that meet current ENERGY STAR criteria.

Window and door demand is segmented by the following framing materials:

  • metal
  • wood (including natural and engineered wood)
  • plastic (including vinyl, fiberglass, and wood-plastic composites)

Engineered wood products include those manufactured from particleboard, plywood, medium density fiberboard (MDF), and laminated veneer lumber (LVL).

The wood segment includes wood doors clad with metal or plastic materials, but which have a wood interior. Wood windows include only those products in which all the framing components (e.g., jambs, sills, stiles, rails, and mullions) are made of wood.

Window and door demand is also segmented into the following markets:

  • new residential
  • residential improvement and repair
  • new commercial
  • commercial improvement and repair

The new residential and commercial markets include only those products installed in the construction of new residential and commercial structures. Improvement and repair markets encompass windows, doors, and related components sold to replace or repair existing products, or as part of a remodeling, renovation, or expansion project.

Demand for windows and doors is also segmented by the following US geographic regions:

  • Northeast
  • Midwest
  • South
  • West

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Table of Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

OVERVIEW

Key Findings

Historical Market Trends

Demand Outlook for Window & Door Products

Total Market Outlook

Windows Forecast by Product Type

Doors Forecast by Product Type

Components & Other Products

ENERGY STAR-Compliant Windows & Doors

Regulatory Overview

Residential Energy Efficient Window & Door Outlook

Impact-Resistant Windows & Doors

Regulatory Overview

Residential Impact-Resistant Window & Door Outlook

Pricing Trends & Forecasts

Supply & Foreign Trade

MATERIALS

Key Findings

Demand Outlook by Material

Metal Windows & Doors

Demand Forecast by Market

Demand Forecast by Product

Demand Forecast by Material

Key Suppliers

Wood Windows & Doors

Demand Forecast by Market

Demand Forecast by Product

Key Suppliers

Plastic Windows & Doors

Demand Forecast by Market

Demand Forecast by Product

Demand Forecast by Material

Key Suppliers

MARKETS

Key Findings

Demand Forecast by Market

Residential Windows & Doors

Scope

Residential Market Trends & Outlook

Demand Forecast by Application

Demand Forecast by Product

Demand Forecast by Material

Demand Forecast by Housing Type

Commercial Windows & Doors

Scope

Commercial Market Trends & Outlook

Demand Forecast by Application

Demand Forecast by Product

Demand Forecast by Material

Demand Forecast by Building Type

REGIONS

Key Findings

Demand Forecast by Region

Northeast

Northeast: Market Position & Historical Trends

Northeast: Window & Door Sales Outlook by Market & Subregion

Midwest

Midwest: Market Position & Historical Trends

Midwest: Window & Door Sales Outlook by Market & Subregion

South

South: Market Position & Historical Trends

South: Window & Door Sales Outlook by Market & Subregion

West

West: Market Position & Historical Trends

West: Window & Door Sales Outlook by Market & Subregion

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

Key Findings

Industry Composition

Market Share

Key Competitive Strategies

Acquisitions & Divestitures

Vertical & Horizontal Integration

Product Development

Window & Door Supply Chain

Manufacturing

Distribution

Overview of Key Channels

Manufacturer Direct Sales

Major One- & Two-Step Distribution Outlets

Marketing

List of Industry Participants

APPENDIX

Scope

Methodology

Sources

Associations & Agencies

Related Freedonia Group Studies

Definitions

Abbreviations

Macroeconomic Assumptions

Economic Environment

Demographic Trends

Consumer Spending

Consumer Financing

Building Construction

Residential Building Construction

Residential Improvements & Repairs

Housing Completions

Housing Stock

Nonresidential Building Construction

Nonresidential Building Improvements & Repairs

Nonresidential Building Stock


List of Tables

OVERVIEW

Table 2-1 | Window & Door Demand, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 2-2 | Window Demand by Product Type, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 2-3 | Door Demand by Product Type, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 2-4 | Demand for Window & Door Components & Other Products by Type, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 2-5 | Residential ENERGY STAR-Compliant Window & Door Demand by Type, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 2-6 | Residential Impact-Resistant Window & Door Demand by Type, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 2-7 | Window & Door Pricing Environment, 2006 - 2021 (price deflator 2009 = 100)

Table 2-8 | Window & Door Supply & Demand, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

MATERIALS

Table 3-1 | Window & Door Demand by Material, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 3-2 | Metal Window & Door Demand by Market, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 3-3 | Metal Window & Door Demand by Product Type, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 3-4 | Metal Window & Door Demand by Material, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 3-5 | Selected Major Metal Window & Door Manufacturers

Table 3-6 | Wood Window & Door Demand by Market, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 3-7 | Wood Window & Door Demand by Product Type, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 3-8 | Selected Major Wood Window & Door Manufacturers

Table 3-9 | Plastic Window & Door Demand by Market, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 3-10 | Plastic Window & Door Demand by Product Type, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 3-11 | Plastic Window & Door Demand by Material, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 3-12 | Selected Major Plastic Window & Door Manufacturers

MARKETS

Table 4-1 | Window & Door Demand by Market, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 4-2 | Residential Window & Door Demand by Application, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 4-3 | Residential Window & Door Demand by Product Type, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 4-4 | Residential Window & Door Demand by Material, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 4-5 | Residential Window & Door Demand by Housing Type, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 4-6 | Commercial Window & Door Demand by Application, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 4-7 | Commercial Window & Door Demand by Product Type, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 4-8 | Commercial Window & Door Demand by Material, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 4-9 | Commercial Window & Door Demand by Building Type, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

REGIONS

Table 5-1 | US Window & Door Demand by Region, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 5-2 | Northeast: Window & Door Demand by Market & Subregion, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 5-3 | Midwest: Window & Door Demand by Market & Subregion, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 5-4 | South: Window & Door Demand by Market & Subregion, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 5-5 | West: Window & Door Demand by Market & Subregion, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

Table 6-1 | US Window & Door Sales by Company, 2016 (million dollars)

Table 6-2 | Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures

Table 6-3 | Selected Recent Window & Door Product Launches

Table 6-4 | Major Window & Door Distribution Channels

Table 6-5 | Selected Marketing Strategies in the Window & Door Industry

APPENDIX

Table 7-1 | Other Windows, Doors, & Components in the Scope of this Study

Table 7-2 | Study Scope: Residential & Commercial Window & Door Markets

Table 7-3 | Study Scope: US Geographic Regions & Subregions

Table 7-4 | Relevant Industry Codes

Table 7-5 | Abbreviations & Acronyms Used in Study

Table 7-6 | Macroeconomic Indicators, 2006 - 2021 (billion 2009 dollars)

Table 7-7 | Population & Households, 2006 - 2021 (million persons)

Table 7-8 | Personal Consumption Expenditures, 2006 - 2021 (billion dollars)

Table 7-9 | Consumer Financing Environment, 2006 - 2016

Table 7-10 | Building Construction Expenditures, 2006 - 2021 (billion dollars)

Table 7-11 | Residential Building Construction, 2006 - 2021 (billion dollars)

Table 7-12 | Residential Improvement & Repair Expenditures, 2006 - 2021 (billion dollars)

Table 7-13 | New Housing Indicators, 2006 - 2021

Table 7-14 | Housing Stock by Type, 2006 - 2021 (million units)

Table 7-15 | Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures, 2006 - 2021 (billion dollars)

Table 7-16 | Nonresidential Building Improvement & Repair Expenditures, 2006 - 2021 (billion dollars)

Table 7-17 | Nonresidential Building Stock by Type, 2006 - 2021 (billion 2009 dollars)


List of Figures

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Figure 1-1 | Key Trends in the US Market for Windows & Doors

OVERVIEW

Figure 2-1 | Key Trends in the US Windows & Doors Market

Figure 2-2 | Window & Door Sales Historical Trends, 2000 - 2016 (million dollars)

Figure 2-3 | Outlook for Key Window Products, 2016 - 2021 (% CAGR)

Figure 2-4 | Outlook for Key Door Products, 2016 - 2021 (% CAGR)

Figure 2-5 | ENERGY STAR Windows & Doors Criteria, Version 6.0

Figure 2-6 | Residential Energy Efficient Windows & Doors Demand, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Figure 2-7 | Window & Door Price Outlook by Material, 2006 - 2021 (% CAGR)

MATERIALS

Figure 3-1 | Outlook for Window & Door Materials

Figure 3-2 | Window & Door Demand by Material, 2006 - 2021 (billion dollars)

Figure 3-3 | Residential & Commercial Metal Window & Door Demand, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Figure 3-4 | Advantages, Disadvantages, & Key Types of Metal Windows & Doors

Figure 3-5 | Residential & Commercial Markets for Wood Windows & Doors, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Figure 3-6 | Advantages, Disadvantages, & Key Types of Wood Windows & Doors

Figure 3-7 | Plastic Window & Door Demand by Market, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Figure 3-8 | Advantages, Disadvantages, & Key Types of Plastic Windows & Doors

MARKETS

Figure 4-1 | Outlook for Residential & Commercial Window & Door Markets

Figure 4-2 | Historical Volatility for Residential & Commercial Window & Door Markets, 2006 - 201 (percent annual change)

Figure 4-3 | Residential Window & Door Demand, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Figure 4-4 | Residential Window & Door Product Mix by Application, 2016 (% total value)

Figure 4-5 | Material Mix for Residential Windows & Doors, 2016 (% value demand)

Figure 4-6 | Residential Window & Door % Total Value Growth by Product & Material, 2016 - 2021

Figure 4-7 | Commercial Window & Door Demand, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Figure 4-8 | Commercial Window & Door Product Mix by Application, 2016 (% total value)

Figure 4-9 | Material Mix for Commercial Windows & Doors, 2016 (% value demand)

Figure 4-10 | Commercial Window & Door % CAGR by Product & Material, 2016 - 2021

REGIONS

Figure 5-1 | Regional Window & Door Markets Overview

Figure 5-2 | Housing Completions Indexed by US Region, 2000 - 2021 (2000=100)

Figure 5-3 | Northeast: Window & Door Market Position, 2016

Figure 5-4 | Midwest: Window & Door Market Position, 2016

Figure 5-5 | South: Window & Door Market Position, 2016

Figure 5-6 | West: Window & Door Market Position, 2016

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

Figure 6-1 | US Window & Door Market Share, 2016 (billion dollars)

Figure 6-2 | US Windows & Doors Market: Leading Supplier, 2016

Figure 6-3 | US Windows & Doors Market: Second Leading Supplier, 2016

Figure 6-4 | US Windows & Doors Market: Third Leading Supplier, 2016

Figure 6-5 | US Windows & Doors Market: Fourth Leading Supplier, 2016

Figure 6-6 | US Windows & Doors Market: Fifth Leading Supplier, 2016

Figure 6-7 | US Windows & Doors Market: Sixth Leading Supplier, 2016

Figure 6-8 | US Windows & Doors Market: Seventh Leading Supplier, 2016

Figure 6-9 | Window & Door Market Supply Chain

APPENDIX

Figure 7-1 | Annual Growth in Real GDP, 2000 - 2016, Compared to 1980 - 2005 Average (percent)

Figure 7-2 | Annual Population Growth, 2001 - 2016 (percent)

Figure 7-3 | New Housing Square Footage by Housing Type, 2001 - 2016

Figure 7-4 | Housing Stock by Year of Construction, 2016 (percent)


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