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Architectural Paint Market in the US by Market, Formulation, Substrate, End User and Distribution Channel

Architectural Paint Market in the US by Market, Formulation, Substrate, End User and Distribution Channel

US demand for architectural paint products is forecast to increase 3.0% annually to 835 million gallons in 2020. Strong new housing growth, increases in residential repainting activity, and a recovering nonresidential construction sector will boost demand for paint across all product types.

This report covers demand for architectural paint by Market, Formulation, Substrate, End User, and Distribution Channel. Data are given in dollar value and volume (gallons).

Markets for architectural paint covered in the study include:
New residential construction
Residential improvement & repair
Nonresidential building construction

Architectural paint products include:
Interior and exterior paint
Water- and solvent-based formulations
Substrate-specific paints

Architectural paint demand is broken out by two end use segments:
Professional
DIY/Consumers

Sales in four distribution channels:
Company-owned stores
Home centers
Mass merchants
Independent distributors

Scope of the Report
This report covers the scope, size, and growth of the US architectural paint market including market segmentation and key product trends. Historical data for 2005, 2010, and 2015 and forecasts for 2020 are provided, with year by year historical volatility also presented. Data are provided in both dollar value and volume (gallons). Also included is an analysis of key industry players and their market shares


  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
    • Table Figure 1-1 | Key Trends in the US Market for Architectural Paint
  • OVERVIEW
    • Key Findings
      • Table Figure 2-1 | Key Trends in the US Architectural Paint Market
    • Demand Outlook
      • Table Architectural Paint Supply & Demand, 2005 - 2020
      • Table Figure 2-2 | Architectural Paint Growth to Slow Slightly in Both Volume & Value Terms Through 2020
    • Historical Market Trends
      • Table Architectural Paint Demand, 2005 - 2015
      • Table Figure 2-3 | Building Construction Recovery Drives Architectural Paint Demand
    • Pricing Trends
      • Historical View
        • Table Figure 2-4 | Average Architectural Paint Price Decreases Slightly in 2015 Due to Low Raw Material Costs
      • Outlook
        • Table Selected Architectural Paint Prices, 2005 – 2020
    • Raw Materials
      • Table Raw Material Demand in Architectural Paint, 2005 – 2020
      • Table Figure 2-5 | Improved Latex Formulations to Increase Resin, Pigment, &Additive Use through 2020
    • Environmental & Regulatory Considerations
      • VOC Regulations
        • Table Recent Developments in VOC & Related Regulation
      • Green Building Certification
        • Table Cross-Section of Major Green Building Standards, Certifications, &Rating Systems
      • Life Cycle Assessment
        • Table Figure 2-6 | Anticipated Effects of Conducting Life Cycle Assessments in the Architectural Paint Industry
    • US Foreign Trade
      • Table US Foreign Trade in Architectural Paint, 2005 – 2020
      • Imports
        • Table Architectural Paint Imports by Source, 2010-2015
        • Table Figure 2-7 | Most US Architectural Paint Imports Sourced from Canada & Western Europe in 2015
      • Exports
        • Table Architectural Paint Exports by Destination, 2010-2015
        • Table Figure 2-8 | Canada & Mexico Remained the Largest Architectural Paint Export Markets in 2015
  • MARKETS
    • Key Findings
      • Table Figure 3-1 | US Architectural Paint Trends & Outlook by Market
    • Markets Outlook
      • Scope
      • Sales Forecast: Residential versus Nonresidential Markets
        • Table Architectural Paint Demand by Market, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Figure 3-2 | Architectural Paint Markets Track Rebound in Building Activity
    • Residential Markets
      • Scope
      • Sales Forecast
        • Table Residential Building Construction Markets for Architectural Paint, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Figure 3-3 | New Residential Paint Market to Outpace Improvement & Repair Market Through 2020
        • Table Figure 3-4 | Interior Paint in the Residential Market to Offer Best Growth Opportunities Through 2020
      • New Residential Construction
        • Table New Residential Construction Markets for Architectural Paint, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Figure 3-5 | Interior Paint Offers Best Growth Opportunities in New Residential Market through 2020
        • Table Figure 3-6 | New Residential Paint Market to Remain Well Below 2006 Peak
      • Residential Improvement & Repair
        • Table Residential Improvement & Repair Markets for Architectural Paint, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Figure 3-7 | Residential Improvement & Repair Market to Reach New Peak by 2020
    • Nonresidential Market
      • Table Nonresidential Building Construction Markets for Architectural Paint, 2005 – 2020
      • Table Figure 3-8 | Nonresidential Paint Market Rebounds to 2008 Peak by 2020
  • PRODUCTS
    • Key Findings
      • Table Figure 4-1 | US Architectural Paint Trends & Outlook by Product
    • Product Development Drivers
      • Table Figure 4-2 | Functionality, Ease of Use, &Sustainability Characterize New Architectural Paint Products
    • Interior & Exterior Applications
      • Table Architectural Paint Demand by Application, 2005 – 2020
      • Interior
        • Table Interior Architectural Paint Demand, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Interior Architectural Paint Demand by Product, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Gloss & Semigloss vs. Flat Finish Paints: Key Applications & Advantages
        • Table Selected New Interior Paint Products
      • Exterior
        • Table Exterior Architectural Paint Demand, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Exterior Architectural Paint Demand by Product, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Figure 4-3 | Trends in Siding Drive Exterior Paint Market
        • Table Selected New Exterior Paint Products
    • Paint Formulations
      • Table Architectural Paint Demand by Formulation, 2005 – 2020
      • Table Figure 4-4 | Water-Based Paints Continue to Displace Solvent-Based Counterparts through 2025
      • Water-Based Paint
        • Table Water-Based Architectural Paint Demand, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Figure 4-5 | Water-Based Interior Products Offer Best Growth Opportunities through 2020
        • Table Water-Based Architectural Paint Products: Advantages & Disadvantages by Application
      • Solvent-Based Paint
        • Table Solvent-Based Architectural Paint Demand, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Figure 4-6 | Solvent-Based Products Lose Share More Rapidly in Exterior Applications Through 2020
        • Table Solvent-Based Architectural Paint Products: Advantages & Disadvantages by Application
    • Substrates
      • Table Architectural Paint Demand by Substrate, 2005 – 2020
      • Drywall & Plaster
      • Wood
      • Fiber Cement
        • Table Figure 4-7 | Fiber Cement Continues to Outpace Wood through 2020
      • Metal
      • Other Substrates
  • END USERS & DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS
    • Key Findings
      • Table Figure 5-1 | US Architectural Paint Trends & Outlook by End Users & Distribution Channels
    • End Users
      • Table Architectural Paint Demand by End User, 2005 – 2020
      • Table Figure 5-2 | Professional End Use Regains Architectural Paint Share After the Recession
      • Professional
        • Table Professional Demand for Paint by Distribution Channel, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Figure 5-3 | Company-Owned Stores Dominate Sales to Paint Contractors in 2015
        • Table Professional Demand for Paint by Market, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Figure 5-4 | Professional Demand for Paint to Post Healthy but Slowing Growth Through 2020
      • DIY
        • Table DIY Demand for Architectural Paint by Distribution Channel, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Figure 5-5 | Consumers Bought over Three-Fourths of their Paint from Home Centers & Mass Merchants in 2015
        • Table DIY Demand for Architectural Paint by Market, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Figure 5-6 | Repainting Activity Buoys DIY Demand for Paint During the Recession
    • Distribution Channels
      • Scope
        • Table Figure 5-7 | Architectural Paint Distribution Channels: Definitions & Examples
      • Sales Forecast by Channel
        • Table Architectural Paint Demand by Distribution Channel, 2005 – 2020
      • Company-Owned Stores
        • Table Company-Owned Store Sales by End User, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Approximate Number of Company-Owned Stores by Supplier, 2015
      • Home Centers & Mass Merchants
        • Table Home Center & Mass Merchant Sales by Channel & End User, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Selected Distribution Agreements with Home Centers & Mass Merchants
      • Independent Distributors & Other
        • Table Independent Distributor Sales by End User, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Figure 5-8 | Brands Associated with Independent Distributors Lose Popularity Over Last Decade
  • INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
    • Key Findings & Industry Composition
      • Table US Architectural Paint Sales by Company, 2015
    • Market Share
      • Table Figure 6-1 | US Architectural Paint Market Share, 2015
      • Sherwin-Williams
        • Table Figure 6-2 | Architectural Paint Market Share: First Leader
      • PPG Industries
        • Table Figure 6-3 | Architectural Paint Market Share: Second Leader
      • Masco
        • Table Figure 6-4 | Architectural Paint Market Share: Third Leader
      • Valspar
        • Table Figure 6-5 | Architectural Paint Market Share: Fourth Leader
      • Other Leading Suppliers
    • Competitive Strategies
      • Table Competitive Strategies
      • Acquisitions & Divestitures
        • Table Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
      • Cooperative Agreements
        • Table Selected Cooperative Agreements
      • Marketing & Customer Service
        • Table Selected Marketing Strategies by Company
    • Research & Development
      • Natural & Bio-Based Paints
        • Table Emerging Bio-Based Raw Materials
      • Functional Paints
    • List of Industry Participants
  • APPENDIX
    • Scope
      • Market Segments
        • Table Study Scope: Architectural Paint Markets
      • Distribution Channels
        • Table Study Scope: Distribution Channels
      • NAICS Codes
        • Table Relevant NAICS Codes (2012)
    • Methodology
    • Sources
    • Associations & Agencies
    • Related Freedonia Group Studies
      • US Studies
      • Global Studies
    • Definitions
      • General
      • Environmental & Regulatory
      • Markets
      • Distribution Channels
      • Substrates
    • Abbreviations
      • Table Abbreviations & Acronyms Used in Study
    • Macroeconomic Data
      • Economic Outlook
        • Table Macroeconomic Indicators, 2005 – 2020
      • Demographic Trends
        • Table Population & Households, 2005 – 2020
      • Personal Income & Expenditure Outlook
        • Table Personal Income & Expenditures, 2005 – 2020
      • Building Construction
        • Table Building Construction Expenditures, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Residential Building Construction Expenditures, 2005 – 2020
        • Table New Housing Indicators
        • Table Housing Stock by Type
        • Table Residential Improvement & Repair Expenditures, 2005 – 2020
        • Table Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures, 2005 – 2020
      • Siding Outlook
        • Table Siding Demand by Material

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