by Corinne Gangloff
October 20, 2021
Cleveland OH, October 20, 2021 – Home design trends will continue to bolster demand growth for bricks and pavers, according to a new Freedonia Group analysis of the US residential market for bricks, blocks, and pavers:
Additionally, manufacturers continue to develop new products to cater to homeowners and reflect design trends. Concrete pavers and clay paving bricks with different colors, textures, shapes, and finishes continue to energize the market.
US residential demand for bricks, blocks, and pavers is expected to increase 1.9% annually through 2025, with most gains stemming from price increases. Unit growth will be restrained by:
Additionally, demand was elevated in 2020, when the market was strong due to housing trends stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. While unit sales of bricks, blocks, and pavers will remain high into 2022, they will begin to slow from their peak by 2025, dragging down average growth.
Supporting gains in all markets will be the rising popularity of hardscaping and outdoor living, which benefits installation of paved patios, outdoor fireplaces, and retaining walls.
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Residential Bricks, Blocks, & Pavers examines the US residential market for bricks, blocks, and pavers industry by product, application, market sector, housing type, and region. Historical data are provided for 2010, 2015, and 2020, with forecasts for the years 2025 and 2030 in current US dollars (including inflation) and units.
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