AMA Research have published the 6th edition of the 'Building Insulation Products Market Report – UK 2015-2019 Analysis'. This edition has been fully updated to cover the latest information on government energy efficiency policy, and includes many charts and tables with in-depth quantitative analysis in relation to specific key applications i.e. lofts, cavity walls, solid walls and flat roofs.
Key issues covered:
Forecasts of market developments – assessment of Green Deal and ECO, quantification of market potential to 2019.
Detailed assessment of recent market trends – i.e. demand generated by Green Deal and ECO, the recovering housebuilding market.
Market overview - details of market size, factors influencing the market and key players.
Analysis by product group - product mix and influences in the main insulation product sectors.
End use sector review - details of key applications and end-use sectors for building insulation.
Key areas of insight include:
Assessment of market potential by application and impact of The Green Deal & Energy Companies Obligation on insulation products market.
Detailed reviews of key markets in 2014 e.g. lofts, cavity walls, solid walls and flat roofs. Evaluation of impact of Green Deal & ECO compared to previous government programmes.
Changing mix of the different material types of insulation products.
Review of key suppliers, distributors and installers.
Some of the companies included:
A & M Energy Solutions, Armacell UK, Carillion Energy Services, CCF, Cellecta, Domestic & General Insulation, Dow Building Solutions, Dyson Energy Services, Encon Insulation, Enerwarm, Excel Industries, FGF, Hodgson & Hodgson, Instafoam and Fibre, Instagroup, Jablite, Kay-Metzeler, Kingspan Group, Knauf Insulation, Mark Group, Minster Insulation, Novostrat, Pittsburgh Corning UK, Promat UK, Recticel Insulation Products, Rockwool UK, Saint Gobain, SIG , Superglass Insulation, Thermabead, Thermal Economics, URSA UK, Vita Cellular Foams (VCF), Xtratherm UK.
Key areas covered in the report include:
Overall market size & trends in 2014 – analysis of impact of Green Deal & ECO; assessment of recent trends in energy prices & other market drivers e.g. changes to Building Regulations Part L.
Overall market forecasts to 2019 – assessment of probable impacts of the end of the Green Deal and long-term uncertainty regarding the Energy Companies Obligation plus any likely future energy issues for users.
By material by value – i.e. glass wool, stone wool, urethane, polystyrene, phenolic foam etc.
Overview of key materials – identification of key trends and supplier shares.
Lofts: profile of homes with lofts in GB; trends in retrofit by area installed, Green Deal & ECO measures & material mix; housebuilding market 2009-2014; retrofit market potential.
Cavity walls: profile of homes with cavity walls; trends in retrofit sector by area installed, Green Deal & ECO measures & material mix; housebuilding market 2009-2014; retrofit market potential.
Solid walls: profile of homes with solid walls; trends in retrofit sector by area installed, Green Deal & ECO measures; retrofit market potential.
Flat roofs: profile of buildings with flat roofs, mixes by end-use & materials, market potential.
Other including ground floors, intermediate floor, metal cladding – market overviews.
END USE MARKETS
General mix between domestic retrofit, housebuilding and non-domestic sectors.
Review of domestic retrofit: profile of housing stock; analysis of recent trends i.e. Green Deal & ECO market mix by application; market potential for lofts, cavity & solid wall insulation.
Review of housebuilding profile of housebuilding stock; recent trends; market mixes.
Review of non-domestic - recent trends and assessment of potential demand for retrofit insulation in existing commercial premises.
SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION
Supplier review – market shares & trends, company profiles.
Distributor review – channel shares, company profiles.
Contractor review – market shares, company profiles.
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