Accessories are a key part of any roofing project and suppliers of roofing materials are increasingly looking to accessories for improved performance and growth potential. New roofing demand often plays more of a key role in supporting roofing accessories demand than reroofing, as the installation of every roof generally requires a certain quantity of roofing accessories. In contrast, reroofing projects can vary in scope and therefore in the amount of accessories required. Demand for accessories in value terms going forward will be boosted by the increasing use of products with higher-per square costs. However, many roofing accessory categories (e.g., fasteners, flashing, gypsum and polyiso cover board) will remain mostly commodity products that compete for sales based on price. This new study discusses how these factors will impact sales of roofing accessories going forward.
Demand is segmented by product type:
Underlayment (asphaltic and synthetic)
Compounds (liquid-applied roof coatings; adhesives and primers; and sealants, caulks, mastics)
Fasteners (nails, staples, screws, rivets, staples, nuts, caps, washers, plates, and other fasteners)
Cover Boards (gypsum; polyiso; and, mineral wood, fiberglass, perlite, fibreboard, and asphaltic)
Flashings (metal; plastic and asphaltic)
Other Accessories (drains, vents, and stacks; battens; and walkways, snow guards, and green roofing system components)
Residential (new and reroofing)
Commercial (new and reroofing)
East North Central
West North Central
East South Central
West South Central
Scope of the Report
This report covers roofing accessories demand by product, market, application, and US Census subregion. Data is given for all products in value terms (US dollars, priced at the manufacturers’ level). For some products – underlayment, roofing compounds, and cover boards – demand is also presented in area terms (million squares), while demand for roofing nails is presented in unit terms as well.
This report analyzes the scope, size, and growth of the US roofing accessories market. Historical data are provided for 2008, 2013, and 2018 with forecasts for 2023 and 2028. Also included is an analysis of factors driving spending and a look at key industry participants.
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