Residential Insulation in the US by Material, Project Type, Housing Type, Area of Building and Region
Advances in single-family housing starts will be instrumental in growth for residential insulation. Demand for all housing types will benefit from increasingly stringent building codes, focusing on energy efficiency, green building, and fire safety; government incentives to increase energy efficiency in housing units, which typically includes the addition of more insulation, as well as several weatherization assistance programs available in many states; and increases in private residential improvement and maintenance expenditures. This new study discusses how these factors will impact sales of insulation to the residential market going forward.
Materials covered in this study include:
Other materials (e.g., reflective insulation, radiant barriers, perlite, vermiculite, and all other)
Additionally, demand is broken out by project type (new and retrofit), housing type (single-family, multifamily, and manufactured housing), area of building (attic and roof, exterior wall, and other), region (Northeast, Midwest, South, and West), and subregion.
Scope of the Report
This report analyzes the size and growth of the US residential insulation market, including key trends in applications and market segmentation. Historical data are provided for 2007, 2012, and 2017 with forecasts for 2022, with year by year historical market volatility also addressed. Data are given in dollars, pounds, square feet, and square feet of R-1 value. Also included is an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.
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