Window And Door Industry

Catalina Research
January 1, 2011
201 Pages - SKU: CATR6126701
SECTION 1 U.S. WINDOW AND DOOR PRODUCT INDUSTRY TRENDS
Executive Summary
Factory Shipments And Import Trends
Material Shipment Mix
End-Use Markets And Factors Driving Demand
Regional Trends And Energy-Efficient And Impact-Resistant Windows
Plant Profitability
Competitive Environment And Industry Consolidation
Outlook
Table 1-1 Value Of U.S. Window And Door Product Shipments, 1987-2016 (dollars)
Table 1-2 Window Products’ Share Of Total U.S. Building Material Shipments, 1987-2016 (dollars and percent): Building Material Shipments, Percent Gross Domestic Product, And Window And Door Products Percent Building Materials
Table 1-3 Value Of U.S. Metal And Wood Door Product Shipments, 1982-2016 (dollars)
Table 1-4 Value Of U.S. Window Unit, Frame, And Sash Shipments By Material, 1987-2016 (dollars): Metal, Wood, And Vinyl
Table 1-5 Value Of U.S. Door And Door Frame Supply And Source Of Supply, 1992-2011 (dollars and percent): Metal And Wood Door Products; U.S. Shipments, Imports, And Supply
Table 1-6 Value Of U.S. Window Product Supply By Material And Source Of Supply, 1992-2011 (dollars): Vinyl, Wood, And Metal; Shipments And Imports
Table 1-7 Quantity U.S. Sales Of Prime Windows By Material, 1997-2011 (number): Wood, Vinyl, And Metal
Table 1-8 Quantity Sales Of Prime Doors By Material, 1997-2011 (number): Wood And Metal
Table 1-9 Quantity Prime Window And Door Sales For Residential And Nonresidential Markets, 1997-2011 (number)
SCOPE AND METHODOLOGY
SECTION 2 U.S. DOOR SHIPMENTS AND IMPORTS
Summary Of Major Findings
Metal Door Shipments
Residential Metal Door Shipments
Storm Door And Shower Door Shipments
Commercial And Institutional Metal Door Shipments
Industrial Metal Door Shipments
Metal Door Frame Shipments
Metal Door Product Imports
Wood Door Shipments
Wood Door Shipments By Product Type
Panel And Flush Door Shipments By Material
Fiberglass Doors
Wood Door Frame Shipments
Wood Door Product Imports
Plastic Door Product Imports
Table 2-1 Value Of U.S. Metal Door And Frame Shipments By Product, 1982-2016 (dollars): Total Shipments, Prime Doors, Shower Doors And Tub Enclosures, Storm Doors, And Door Frames
Table 2-2 Percent Distribution Of U.S. Metal Door And Frame Shipments By Product, 1982-2016 (percent): Prime Doors, Shower Doors And Tub Enclosures, Storm Doors, And Door Frames
Table 2-3 Value Of U.S. Prime Metal Door Shipments By End-Use Market, 1982-2016 (dollars): Residential, Commercial And Institutional, And Industrial
Table 2-4 Quantity U.S. Prime Metal Door Shipments By End-Use Market, 1982-2016 (number): Residential, Commercial And Institutional, And Industrial
Table 2-5 Percent Distribution Of U.S. Prime Metal Door Shipments By End-Use Market, 1982-2016 (percent): Residential, Commercial And Institutional, And Industrial
Table 2-6 Average Value Per U.S. Prime Metal Door Shipped By End-Use Market, 1982-2016 (dollars): Residential, Commercial And Institutional, And Industrial
Table 2-7 U.S. Residential Metal Door Shipments By Material By Type, 2007 And 2010 (dollars and number): Aluminum And Iron And Steel Doors; Swing, Sliding, Garage, Composite, Insulated, And Other Doors
Table 2-8 U.S. Commercial, Institutional, And Industrial Prime Metal Door Shipments By Material By Type, 2007 And 2010 (dollars and number): Overhead And Sliding Aluminum Doors And Other Aluminum And Steel Doors
Table 2-9 Quantity U.S. Shower And Storm Door Shipments And Average Value Per Door Shipped, 1982-2016 (number and dollars)
Table 2-10 Value Of U.S. Metal Door And Door Frame Imports, 1992-2011 (dollars)
Table 2-11 U.S. Imports Of Metal Doors, Frames, And Thresholds By Product By Material, 1997-2010 (pounds and dollars): Stainless Steel Doors And Frames, Iron Or Steel Door Thresholds, Iron Or Steel Doors, Aluminum Door Thresholds, And Aluminum Doors
Table 2-12 U.S. Imports Of Metal Doors, Frames, And Thresholds For The Top Ten Countries Of Origin, 2002-2010 (pounds and dollars)
Table 2-13 Value Of U.S. Wood Door Shipments By Major Market Sector, 1982-2016 (dollars): Interior And Exterior Doors And Specialty Doors
Table 2-14 Value Of U.S. Wood Door Shipments By Type, 1992-2011 (dollars): Panel, Hollow Core Flush Type, Solid Core Flush Type, Molded Face, Cabinet, Patio, Garage, Bi-Fold, And Others
Table 2-15 Distribution Of U.S. Wood Door Dollar Shipments By Type, 1992-2011 (percent): Panel, Hollow Core Flush Type, Solid Core Flush Type, Molded Face, Cabinet, Patio, Garage, Bi-Fold, And Others
Table 2-16 Quantity U.S. Wood Door Shipments By Type, 1992-2011 (number): Panel, Hollow Core Flush, Solid Core Flush, Garage, Patio, And Other Doors
Table 2-17 Distribution Of U.S. Quantity Wood Door Shipments By Type, 1992-2011 (percent): Panel, Hollow Core Flush, Solid Core Flush, Garage, Patio, And Other Doors
Table 2-18 Average Value Per U.S. Wood Door Shipped By Type, 1992-2011 (dollars): Panel, Hollow Core Flush, Solid Core Flush, Garage, Patio, And Other Doors
Table 2-19 Value Of U.S. Wood Panel And Flush Door Shipments By Type, 1987-2010 (dollars): Douglas Fir, Western Pine, And Other Wood Panel Doors; And Hollow Core And Solid Core Flush Doors By Facing Material
Table 2-20 Value Of U.S. Wood Patio Door Shipments By Type, 1992-2010 (dollars): Sliding And Swing
Table 2-21 Value Of U.S. Wood Door Frame Shipments, 1982-2011 (dollars)
Table 2-22 Value Of U.S. Wood And Plastic Door And Door Frame Imports, 1992-2011 (dollars)
Table 2-23 U.S. Imports Of Wood Doors, Frames, And Thresholds By Type, 1997-2010 (units and dollars): Flush Doors, French Doors, Other Doors, And Total
Table 2-24 U.S. Imports Of Wood Doors, Frames, And Thresholds For The Top Ten Countries Of Origin, 2002-2010 (dollars and units)
Table 2-25 U.S. Imports Of Plastic Doors And Door Frames For The Top Five Countries Of Origin, 2002-2010 (units and dollars)
Table 2-26 U.S. Producer Price Trends By Door Product, 1997-2011 (index): Interior And Exterior Wood Doors, Other Wood Doors, Door And Window Frames, Metal Doors, And Storm Doors
SECTION 3 U.S. WINDOW PRODUCT SHIPMENTS AND IMPORTS
Summary Of Major Findings
Vinyl Window Supply
Wood Window Supply
Metal Window Supply
Other Window Materials
Skylight Shipments
Impact-Resistant Windows
Energy Efficient Windows And Tax Credits
Table 3-1 Value Of U.S. Wood Window Product Shipments And By Type, 1982-2016 (dollars): Complete Window Units, Window Sash, And Window Frames
Table 3-2 Value Of U.S. Wood Window Unit Shipments By Type, 1987-2016 (dollars): Double-Hung, Casement, Horizontal Sliding, And Others
Table 3-3 Quantity U.S. Wood Window Unit Shipments By Type, 1987-2016 (number): Double-Hung, Casement, Horizontal Sliding, And Others
Table 3-4 Percent Distribution Of U.S. Wood Window Shipments By Type, 1987-2016 (percent): Double-Hung, Casement, Horizontal Sliding, And Others
Table 3-5 U.S. Average Value Per Wood Window Unit Shipped By Type, 1987-2016 (dollars): Double-Hung, Casement, Horizontal Sliding, And Others
Table 3-6 U.S. Shipments Of Cladded Wood Units By Product Line, 1997-2010 (dollars and number): Double-Hung, Casement, And Horizontal
Table 3-7 Value Of U.S. Wood Window Sash Shipments By Product Line, 1997-2011 (dollars): Knock-Down And Open, Glazed, And Storm Sash
Table 3-8 U.S. Wood Window Product Imports, 1992-2011 (number and dollars)
Table 3-9 Value Of U.S. Vinyl Window Shipments, 1987-2016 (dollars): Total Shipments And Average Value Per Unit
Table 3-10 Quantity U.S. Vinyl Window Shipments, 1987-2016 (number)
Table 3-11 Value Of U.S. Plastic Window Product Imports, 1992-2011 (dollars and number)
Table 3-12 Value Of U.S. Metal Window Sash And Frame Shipments For Residential And Nonresidential Markets, 1982-2016 (dollars)
Table 3-13 U.S. Imports Of Aluminum And Steel Windows And Frames, 1992-2011 (pounds and dollars)
Table 3-14 U.S. Producer Price Trends By Window Product, 1997-2011 (index): Wood Window Units, Wood Window Sash, Metal Window Sash And Frames, And Plastic Windows And Frames
SECTION 4 END-USE MARKETS, RETAIL DISTRIBUTION, AND EXPORTS
Summary Of Major Findings
Residential Replacement Window Market
Residential Builder Window Market
Residential Door Markets
Manufactured Housing And Recreation Vehicles Markets
Nonresidential Window And Door Market
Retail Distribution
Window And Door Export Shipments
Table 4-1 Quantity U.S. Prime Window Sales For Residential And Nonresidential Markets By Material, 1997-2011 (number): Wood, Vinyl, And Metal
Table 4-2 U.S. Residential Window Sales And By Market Sector, 2007- 2011 (number): New Construction And Remodeling And Replacement
Table 4-3 Number Of Prime Window Sales Per New U.S. Housing Unit, 1987-2011 (number)
Table 4-4 U.S. Residential Window Sales By Material, 2007-2011 (number): Wood, Aluminum, Vinyl
Table 4-5 U.S. Sales Of Residential Windows By Market By Material, 2007-2011 (number): New Construction and Remodeling And Replacement; Wood, Aluminum, And Other
Table 4-6 U.S. Prime Window Sales For Nonresidential Markets By Material, 1997-2011 (number): Metal, Vinyl, And Wood
Table 4-7 Quantity U.S. Sales Of Residential And Nonresidential Prime Doors By Material, 1997-2011 (number): Wood And Metal
Table 4-8 Total U.S. Residential Door Sales By Type Of Door For New And Replacement Markets, 2010 (number): Entry, Garage, Patio, And Interior
Table 4-9 Value Of U.S. Residential Door Shipments By Type, 1992-2010 (dollars): Patio, Garage, Steel Entry, Metal Passage And Closet Doors, Metal Storm, And Other Wood Doors
Table 4-10 Value Of U.S. Nonresidential Door Shipments By Type, 1992-2010 (dollars): Metal Overhead And Sliding, Metal Swing, Other Metal Doors, And Wood Doors
Table 4-11 Value Of U.S. Wood And Aluminum Residential Patio Door Shipments, 1982-2010 (dollars)
Table 4-12 Value Of U.S. Residential And Light Commercial Garage Door Shipments By Material, 1982-2010 (dollars): Steel And Wood
Table 4-13 U.S. Revenues Of Residential Garage And Other Overhead Door Installation Contractors, 1992-2010 (dollars)
Table 4-14 Purchases Of Windows And Doors By U.S. Mobile Home Plants, 1982-2010 (dollars): Total Purchases, Percent Total Material Inputs, And Purchases Per Plant
Table 4-15 Purchases Of Windows And Window Units By U.S. Prefabricated Wood Building Plants, 1982-2010 (dollars): Total Purchases, Percent Total Material Inputs, And Purchases Per Plant
Table 4-16 Door Purchases By U.S. Prefabricated Wood Building Plants, 1982-2010 (dollars and percent): Total Purchases, Percent Total Material Inputs, Door Purchases Per Plant, Metal Doors, And Wood Doors
Table 4-17 Door And Window Product Purchases By U.S. Recreation Vehicle Plants, 1987-2010 (dollars): Motor Homes And Travel Trailers; Metal And Wood Products
Table 4-18 U.S. Spending On Replacement Windows And Doors In Residential Properties, 1993-2011 (dollars): Total Spending, Percent Total Residential Improvements, Owner-Occupied, And Renter-Occupied Housing Units
Table 4-19 Average U.S. Homeowner Spending On Window, Door, And Siding Materials By Demographic Characteristic, 1995-2009 (dollars): Income, Age Of Household Head, Persons Per Household, And Region
Table 4-20 Number Of Homeowner Door And Window Jobs For Replacement And Remodeling Projects, 2001-2009 (number and dollars): Total Jobs And Average Spending, DIY And Contractor Jobs, Jobs By New Homeowners, And By Region
Table 4-21 Number Of U.S. Building Material Dealers Selling Windows And Doors And Their Window And Door Sales, 1987-2010 (number and dollars)
Table 4-22 U.S. Wood Window Product Exports, 1987-2011 (number and dollars)
Table 4-23 U.S. Plastic Window Product Exports, 1992-2011 (pounds and dollars)
Table 4-24 Value Of U.S. Door And Door Frame Exports By Material, 1987-2011 (dollars): Metal, Wood, And Plastic
Table 4-25 U.S. Exports Of Metal Doors, Windows, Frames, And Thresholds By Material, 1997-2010 (pounds and dollars): Iron Or Steel, Aluminum, And Total
Table 4-26 U.S. Exports Of Iron Or Steel Doors, Windows, Frames, And Thresholds For The Top Twelve Countries Of Destination, 2002-2010 (dollars and pounds)
Table 4-27 U.S. Exports Of Aluminum Doors, Windows, Frames, And Thresholds For The Top Twelve Countries Of Destination, 2002-2010 (dollars and pounds)
Table 4-28 U.S. Exports Of Wood Doors, Frames, And Thresholds By Type, 1997-2010 (units and dollars): Flush Doors, Other Doors, And Total
Table 4-29 U.S. Exports Of Wood Doors, Frames, And Thresholds For The Top Ten Countries Of Destination, 2002-2010 (dollars and units)
Table 4-30 U.S. Exports Of Plastic Doors and Door Frames For The Top Seven Countries Of Destination, 2002-2010 (dollars and units)
SECTION 5 REGIONAL AND STATE MARKET ANALYSIS
Regional And State Window Markets
Regional And State Door Markets
State Market Analysis Methodology
Windows:
Doors:
Table 5-1 U.S. Residential Window Unit Demand For New Construction And Remodeling And Replacement Markets By Region And State, 2010 (number)
Table 5-2 U.S. Residential Wood, Aluminum, Vinyl Window, And Other Window Unit Demand By Region And State, 2010 (number)
Table 5-3 Value Of Residential Wood, Aluminum, And Vinyl Window Manufacturer Sales By Region And State, 2010(dollars)
Table 5-4 U.S. New Residential Construction Window Unit Demand By Type Of Structure By Region And State, 2010 (number): One And Two Family Homes, Multi-Family Units, And Manufactured Homes
Table 5-5 U.S. New Residential Construction And Manufactured Housing Window Unit Demand By Material By Region And State, 2010 (number): Wood, Aluminum, Vinyl, And Others
Table 5-6 U.S. Residential Remodeling And Replacement Window Demand By Material By Region And State, 2010 (number): Wood, Aluminum, Vinyl, And Others
Table 5-7 U.S. Residential Door Demand And For New Construction And Replacement Markets By Region And State, 2010 (number)
Table 5-8 U.S. New Residential Construction Door Demand By Type By Region And State, 2010 (number): Entry, Garage, Patio, And Interior
Table 5-9 U.S. Residential Remodeling And Replacement Door Demand By Type By Region And State, 2010 (number): Entry, Garage, Patio, And Interior
Table 5-10 U.S. Residential Building Permits For One And Two Family Homes, Multi-Family Units, And Manufactured Homes By Region And State, 2010 (number)
Table 5-11 U.S. Housing Units And Per Capita Income By Region And State, 2010 (number and dollars)
Table 5-12 U.S. Residential Window And Door Replacement Rate And By Door Type By State, 2010 (rate): Entry, Garage, Patio, And Interior
SECTION 6 FACTORS AFFECTING U.S. WINDOW AND DOOR PRODUCT DEMAND
Summary Of Major Findings
Residential Remodeling And Replacement Market
Household Demographics
Good, Better, Best Markets
New Residential Construction Market
Nonresidential Markets
Manufactured Housing And Recreation Vehicle Production
Table 6-1 U.S. Spending On Building Construction, 1987-2011 (dollars): Total Buildings, Residential Buildings, And Nonresidential Buildings
Table 6-2 U.S. Spending On Construction Put In Place By Market And Building Type, 2006-2010 (dollars): Residential, Lodging, Office, Commercial, Healthcare, Educational, Religious, Public Safety, Amusement And Recreation, Manufacturing, And Public Buildings
Table 6-3 Percent Of U.S. Households Purchasing A New Or Existing Housing Unit, 1992-2011 (number, percent, and dollars): Total Households, Total Housing Demand, Percent Households Purchasing, Interest Rates, And Average Value Per Existing Home Sold
Table 6-4 Total U.S. Housing Demand By Sector By Region, 2005-2010 (number): Existing Home Sales, New Housing Completions, And Mobile Home Placements
Table 6-5 New U.S. Privately Owned Housing Units Started And By Type Of Structure, 1980-2011 (number): Total Starts; In Structures With 1 Unit, 2 To 4 Units, And 5 Units Or More
Table 6-6 Monthly New Private U.S. Housing Units Authorized By 20,000 Building Permit Places By Region, 2009 And 2010 (number)
Table 6-7 New Privately Owned Housing Units Authorized By 20,000 Building Permit Places By Region And State, 2008-2010 (number)
Table 6-8 New U.S. Single-Family Houses Sold By Sales Price, 1990-2010 (number): Under $150,000, $150,000 To $199,999, $200,000 To $299,999, $300,000 To $499,999, And $500,000 And Over
Table 6-9 U.S. Homes Closed By Ten Leading Domestic Home Builders, 2002-2010 (number)
Table 6-10 Value Of Private Nonresidential Building Construction Spending By Region, By Building Type, 2004-2009 (dollars): Lodging, Office, Commercial, Healthcare, Education, Religion, Amusement And Recreation, Manufacturing, And Total; Northeast, Midwest, South, And West
Table 6-11 Number Of Existing Single-Family Homes, Condos, And Co-Ops Sold By Region And State, 2002-2010 (number)
Table 6-12 Characteristics Of New U.S. Housing Units Affecting Window And Door Demand, 1990-2009 (units): Region, Number Of Bathrooms, Number Of Bedrooms, Garages, And Number Of Stories; For Single-Family, Multi-Family Structures, And Mobile Homes
Table 6-13 U.S. Residential Property Owner Expenditures For Improvements, Additions, Alterations, And Repairs And Spending By Single-Family Homeowners, 1987-2011 (dollars)
Table 6-14 Number Of Existing U.S. Housing Units By Characteristic, 1997-2009 (number): Units In Structure, Region, Bedrooms, Bathrooms, Square Feet, And Owner-Occupied And Rented
Table 6-15 U.S. Housing Units By Year Built By Region, Before 1960 And 1960-2009 (number)
Table 6-16 Number Of Owner-Occupied Housing Units By Value By Region, 2007 And 2009 (number)
Table 6-17 Monthly U.S. Building Material Dealer Sales, 2007-2010 (dollars)
Table 6-18 U.S. Home Mortgage Interest Rates And Personal Income, 1982-2010 (percent and dollars)
Table 6-19 Distribution Of U.S. Households By Demographic Characteristic, 1995-2009 (percent): Household Income, Age Of Household Head, Household Size, Region, And Total Households
Table 6-20 U.S. Recreation Vehicle Shipments, 1987-2011 (number)
Table 6-21 Number Of U.S. Original Equipment Manufacturing End-Use Market Plants By State, 2008 (number): Mobile Homes, Prefabricated Wood Buildings, Prefabricated Metal Buildings, Motor Homes, And Travel Trailers And Campers; Total Plants And Those With 20 Or More Employees
SECTION 7 COST STRUCTURE OF U.S. WINDOW AND DOOR PLANTS AND THE COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT
Summary Of Major Findings
Industry Cost Structure
Industry Profit Margins
Competitive Environment And Industry Consolidation
Capital Spending Trends
Table 7-1 Number Of U.S. Window And Door Companies, Plants, And Plant Revenues, 1997-2010 (number and dollars): Wood, Metal, And Vinyl Plants
Table 7-2 U.S. Window And Door Plant Operating Ratios, 1997-2010 (percent): Wood, Metal, And Vinyl Products; Payroll, Material Costs, And Gross Profit Margins
Table 7-3 Value Of U.S. Window And Door Screens And Weather Strip Shipments, 1987-2010 (dollars)
Table 7-4 U.S. Producer Price Trends For Major Material Inputs, 1997-2010 (index): Steel Mill Products, Aluminum Shapes, Lumber, Flat Glass, Builders' Hardware, Plastic Resin, And Screens And Weather Strip
Table 7-5 U.S. Window And Door Plant Labor Situation By Facility Material Specialization, 1997-2010 (number, percent, and dollars): Wood, Metal, And Vinyl
Table 7-6 U.S. Window And Door Plant Capital Expenditures By Facility Material Specialization, 1997-2010 (dollars and percent): Wood, Metal, And Vinyl
Table 7-7 Number Of U.S. Wood And Metal Window And Door Plants By Region And State, 2008 (number)
Table 7-8 Distribution Of Plants, Plant Shipments, And Operating Ratios By Type Of Plant By Facility Employee Size, 1997-2007 (number, dollars, and percent): 0-19 Employees, 20-99 Employees, 100-499 Employees, And 500 Or More Employees; Wood Windows And Doors And Metal Windows And Doors
Table 7-9 Share Of U.S. Plant Shipments By The Top 4, 8, 20, And 50 Largest Companies For Wood And Metal Window And Door Plants, 1997-2009 (percent)
Table 7-10 Share Of U.S. Window And Door Supply For Fifteen Leading Manufacturers, 2009 (percent)
Table 7-11 Sales And Profit Trends For Ten Window And Door Manufacturers And Marketers, 2005-2010 (dollars and percent)
Table 7-12 Recent Major Industry Acquisitions
 

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