US sales of windows and doors in the commercial market will expand 4.5 percent per annum through 2020 to $10.3 billion. Advances in office, retail, and lodging, and institutional construction markets will spur demand.
Metal Will Continue to Dominate
Among the materials used in windows and doors are:
Metal products will account for the largest share, about three-quarters of the total, with demand split between aluminum and steel. However, plastic materials, now a niche share of the commercial market, will see faster growth.
Office, Retail, and Lodging to See Fastest Growth
The office, retail, and lodging segment will see the strongest advances in window and door demand of any commercial building segment. Robust ongoing advances in construction activity will drive advances, while interest in high value products that are energy efficient and attractive will also boost growth.
2 Producers Lead Sales
A wide range of companies compete in the US commercial window and door market, including major fenestration products manufacturers, metal products producers, and those focused on specialty or niche markets. Significant manufacturers in the industry include Alcoa, Apogee Enterprises, ASSA ABLOY, Boon Edam, Marvin, Masonite, Oldcastle Building Envelope (CRH) Overhead Door, SAGE Electrochromics, and Stanley Black & Decker.
Scope of the Report
This report covers the scope, size, and growth of the commercial window and door market including key trends in material and product types and market segmentation. Historical data are provided for 2005, 2010 and 2015 with forecasts for 2020 and 2025, with year by year historical market volatility also addressed. Data are provided in and million dollars as well as glass area. Also included is an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.
Products covered within the scope of this report are divided by metal, wood, and plastic types and include:
Single- and Double- Hung
Window & Door Frames
Markets covered within the scope of this report include new and improvement and repair demand for the following nonresidential building types:
Office, Retail, & Lodging
Demand is also broken out by US region and sub-region.