Residential Doors Market Report - UK 2016-2020 Analysis
The 4th edition of this report reviews the residential door sector, which has experienced relatively strong market growth in recent years - boosted primarily by a recovery in the housebuilding market and the popularity of bifold doors in many home improvement projects. The report incorporates original input and primary research, and represents an up-to-date report of the fragmented residential doors market sectors covering internal and external products.
Key sections covered:
Market overview - market developments since 2010 and key influencing factors, with forecasts to 2020.
Sector reviews - entrance doors, patio doors and internal doors.
Analysis by frame material - timber, aluminium, PVCu and composites.
Key end use sectors - private new build, social housing new build, private sector home improvement and social housing replacement.
Supply and distribution - structure in the door manufacturing industry including PVCu systems & fabricators, joinery manufacturers, aluminium systems, composite door manufacturers and retail glazing companies.
Key areas of insight include:
Review of market activity levels 2013-16 with prospects for 2016/17. Key trends and market drivers identified.
Material usage trends in key product sectors – market mixes by volume and value, growth of bifold doors and composites, etc.
Market trends in public and private sectors.
Review of supply and distribution structure – recent corporate activity and prospects for future rationalisation and reorganisation of supply structure.
Forecasts of market performance to 2020.
Key areas covered in the report include:
Overall residential doors market size and market mix by value 2010-2020 – market volumes 2010-2020, overall product mix, materials mix and role of international trade, key general trends and underlying market drivers and forecasts of future trends to 2020.
Overview of new build/home improvement markets – share by sector, recent trends and market prospects.
Overview of private/public sector – share by sectors, trends and market prospects.
Key influencing factors – housebuilding volumes and forecasts up to 2020, mix between houses/apartments 2005-2016, private and social/affordable housing, housing RMI overview and forecasts with regional analysis for RMI.
Overall product mix – entrance doors, patio doors and internal doors – share by value 2015 and changes in recent years.
Future prospects – review of market prospects in 2016-17 and longer term prospects up to 2020 – growth sectors, bifolds/composites, sustainability issues etc.
Analysis of residential entrance doors sector by value and volume 2010-2020 - focus on both newbuild and replacement markets, share mix by frame material (PVCu, Composite, Aluminium, Timber) and end-user sector. Details of key market drivers and future prospects, growth of composites etc.
Analysis of patio door sector by value 2010-2020. Focus on both newbuild and replacement markets 2010-2015, share mix by frame material and end-user sector (new build/replacement). Growth of bifold doors, future prospects etc.
Analysis of internal door market by volume and value. Estimates by new build and replacement, private and social 2015. Details of key market drivers and future prospects.
Overall trends in window and door markets - key product sectors, private and public sector trends - future prospects up to 2020.
SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION
Analysis of door supply channels - retail glazing companies, PVC-U systems fabricators, aluminium systems fabricators, timber door manufacturers and specialist suppliers, (e.g. composite door manufacturers).
Changes in supply structure – rationalisation in supply chain.
Review of key suppliers – major players, product specialists etc.
Key distribution channels for residential doors – variations between materials and end use sectors.
Future prospects – likely changes in market structure.
Market prospects in 2016-20 - key drivers in door & window market and longer term prospects. Key growth sectors.
Overall trends in glazing industry – materials, sectors etc.