Windows & Doors Market Forecast in the US by Product, Material, Market and Region
US demand for windows and doors is forecast to rise 4.8% annually to $34.3 billion in 2021. Sales will rise on new housing construction activity, increased spending on commercial building construction and remodeling, and growing demand for high-value, more aesthetically pleasing windows and doors sold at higher price points.
This report covers window and door demand by product, material, market, and region, along with analysis about energy-efficient and impact-resistant windows and doors. Data are given in US dollars.
Window and door demand is segmented by the following products:
Windows (e.g., single- & double-hung, casement)
Doors (e.g., interior, entry)
Components & other window & door products
Windows and doors are also segmented by the following materials:
Plastic (including vinyl, fiberglass, and wood-plastic composite)
Markets for windows and doors include:
New residential construction
Residential improvement & repair
New commercial construction
Commercial improvement & repair
Demand is broken out for the US Census regions and subregions:
Scope of the Report
This report covers the scope, size, and growth of the US windows & doors market including key trends in product, material, market, and regional segmentation. Historical data are provided for 2006, 2011, and 2016 with forecasts for 2021, with year by year historical market volatility also addressed. Data are provided in US dollar values. Also included is an analysis of key industry players and their market shares.