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Guide to the growth opportunities in vinyl and metal siding, wood siding and brick, concrete and stone products, covering twelve individual product lines. This report finds that shipments of these twelve product lines accelerated in the 1990s. Growth was spurred by relatively strong increases in new residential construction and residential remodeling and repair markets. Demand was stimulated by a decline in interest rates, sharp gains in personal income and a surge in spending on home improvement projects. Manufacturers of vinyl siding and bricks benefited the most from these trends. Currently, growth opportunities are strongest in nonresidential markets. These trends were uncovered as part of SBI's investigation of siding's key end-use markets: new residential construction, manufactured housing, residential remodeling and repair and nonresidential construction markets. Analysis includes factors affecting demand such as construction spending, housing starts, single-family housing unit completions by exterior wall material and homeowner improvement expenditures.

In addition, SBI evaluates the demographics of siding remodeling and repair project purchasers. Purchaser demographics are also provided by the cost of the project, and whether the siding was installed as a do-it- yourself project or by a paid contractor. The competitive environment is investigated by analyzing the number of U.S. manufacturers, pricing trends and the coast structure of domestic plants. SBI profiled 25 leading manufacturers in order to uncover competitor growth- and profit-oriented strategies. Major competitors reviewed include Alcoa, Certainteed, Justin Industries and Louisiana-Pacific.


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Rising Oil Prices Squeeze Vinyl Siding Profit Margins

NEW YORK, NY - (December 1, 2000) - PRNewswire/MarketResearch.com announced the release of a new study, “Siding” by Specialist in Business Information. According to the study, although demand for vinyl siding has continued to grow in 2000, a surge in resin costs due to rising oil prices will cut into siding manufacturer’s profit margins. Over the last eight years, vinyl siding shipment growth has significantly outpaced overall siding products, holding its place as the largest industry segment in the U.S. Yet even as vinyl siding shipments have increased at a 9.2% compound annual rate, rising to about $2 billion in 2000, it is estimated that the rising cost of oil derived products will hurt vinyl siding’s future competitive position in the U.S. siding market. “So far, there doesn’t seem to be a shift away from vinyl siding products on the consumer end”, said Claire Madden, VP of marketing at MarketResearch.com, “but as oil prices increase, manufacturers may have to pass their additional expense on to their customers. This could shift demand towards other less expensive siding options.” The U.S. residential siding product industry grew at a 10% annual compound rate between 1997 and 2000, outpacing all other construction material product gains. Leading the way were manufacturers of vinyl and brick siding. As the cost of manufacturing vinyl siding increases it is projected that the use of brick, wood, and concrete siding will gain in popularity. Aluminum siding shipments are estimated to be $369 million for 2000, down from $546 million just 20 years before. This is due to sharp declines of use in residential construction and improvement while the non-residential markets have kept aluminum siding profitable.

Scope And Methodology

The SBI Market Profile on Siding is a guide to opportunities in metal, vinyl, wood sidings and bricks, concrete products, and building stone — a total of 12 separate product lines. This comprehensive database covers U.S. shipments, price trends, exports, imports, the cost structure of domestic plants, and the competitive environment. In addition, leading manufacturers and marketers are profiled in order to review major competitor strategies.

U.S. siding product shipments are analyzed in the Executive Summary Section (Section 1). SBI Compiled U.S. Department of Commerce statistics on U.S. shipments for 12 product categories. Shipment data are for all domestic manufacturers, whether plants are owned by U.S.- or foreign-based companies and whether or not plants specialize (50% or more of total facility revenues) in one or more of the industry’s product segments. SBI also provides a growth analysis for price trends and end-use market shipments.

Shipment data are further segmented into three major sectors — wood siding, vinyl and metal siding, and brick, concrete, and stone siding. Wood siding, Section 2, covers shipments of solid wood siding, wood shingles and shakes, softwood plywood siding, hardboard siding, particleboard siding, and cellulosic fiberboard siding. Solid wood siding shipments are provided for nontreated and treated products. The number of U.S. manufacturers is provided for each product line. Import data for solid wood siding and wood shingles and shakes is derived from U.S. Customs’ records. Combined with export statistics, SBI calculated U.S. market sales (shipments minus exports plus imports) for solid wood siding and wood shingles and shakes. Price trends for cedar shingles and shakes and softwood lumber materials are analyzed from Bureau of Labor Statistics surveys. In addition, SBI provided quantity shipments for plywood and engineered wood sidings from U.S. Department of Commerce surveys.

Section 3 covers vinyl and metal siding products. Metal siding shipments include aluminum and steel sheet metal sidings and accessories, and metal panels. Aluminum siding shipments are further segmented into residential and nonresidential product lines. In addition, quantity residential siding shipments are provided from surveys of the American Architectural Manufacturers Association. The report also provides vinyl siding and accessories shipments and the amount of polyvinyl chloride consumed by siding manufacturers. The latter is provided by the American Plastics Council. This section also includes price trends for all product lines and material inputs, exports and imports for aluminum siding and related products, the cost structure of sheet metal siding plants, and the number of manufacturers.

Shipments of brick, concrete, and stone products are analyzed in Section 4. Brick data include unit and dollar shipments, the number of U.S. manufacturers and plants, the cost structure of U.S. plants, state shipments and operating ratios, exports, imports, and price trends. Shipments, the number of manufacturers, and price trends are also provided for precast concrete wall panels and decorative concrete block. Similar data is provided for building stone. Building stone shipments are further segmented by granite, limestone, and marble and other products.

End-use market shipment and related data are divided into four sections — new residential construction, manufactured housing, residential remodeling and repair, and nonresidential markets. Siding product shipments to the new residential construction market are analyzed from various U.S. Department of Commerce data trends (Section 5). Shipments to new residential construction contractors are segmented by the industry’s 12 product lines. Demand was further evaluated based on the type of exterior wall materials used to complete U.S. single-family housing units, including stucco. This data was evaluated by region and the price of the new homes. In addition, SBI evaluated factors affecting demand, including real residential building construction trends, building permits issued, new housing units started and completed, and interest rates and personal income trends.

The U.S. manufactured housing market is analyzed in Section 6. Shipments to this end-use market were provided for vinyl, metal, and wood siding products and purchases for mobile home and other prefabricated wood building plants. SBI also calculated shipments per manufactured housing plant and siding’s share of total plant material inputs. In addition, plant shipments are provided by product and state.

Section 7 investigates the residential remodeling and repair market. SBI Compiled Department of Commerce data on U.S. spending on siding home improvements, analyzed shipments to this market for 12 product lines, and spending by purpose of project. Simmons Market Research Bureau surveys also provide data on the likelihood of U.S. adults to purchase siding by demographic characteristics. Purchaser demographics are also provided by the cost of the project, and for do-it-yourself projects and contractor installed projects. This section includes data on retail siding sales.

U.S. nonresidential construction markets are analyzed in Section 8. Shipments to new nonresidential building markets and nonresidential remodeling markets are analyzed for the industry’s 12 siding product lines. Data trends also cover new nonresidential construction spending by type of building.

Siding contractor revenues and operating ratios are evaluated in Section 9. Data trends cover siding contractors, masonry and stone contractors, and stucco contractors. Statistics include the number of contractors, subcontracting work, number of employees, and payrolls.

SBI supplements U.S. Department of Commerce data with individual company information (Section 10). Annual reports, databases, and trade journals were searched for growth- and profit-oriented strategies and recent developments. Sales and profit trends are provided for selected manufacturers.

Action-oriented executives are urged to use this comprehensive statistical database and competitor information to develop new products, take advantage of favorable demographic patterns, expand foreign market sales, and initiate profitable operating strategies. Executives are urged to compute their own company’s market share and compare their own company’s operating ratios to the industry averages as part of this process.

Section 1 Executive Summary And Us Siding Product Market Trends

  • Siding Product Shipments
  • Vinyl Siding And Accessories
  • Metal Siding And Accessories
  • Wood Siding Products
  • Brick, Concrete, And Stone Products
  • Stucco Trends
  • Residential Markets
  • Nonresidential Markets
  • Outlook

Scope And Methodology

  • Table 1-1 Value Of US Siding Product Shipments And Share Of Total US Construction Materials And Supplies Shipments, 1987-2005 (dollars and percent)
  • Table 1-2 Value Of US Siding Product Shipments For Twelve Product Types, 1987-2005 (dollars): Wood Products, Metal Products, Vinyl Siding And Accessories; And Brick, Concrete, And Stone Products
  • Figure 1-1 Value US Siding Product Shipments By Material Sector, 2000 (dollars): Brick, Concrete, And Stone Products, Vinyl Siding And Accessories, Metal Products, And Wood Siding Products
  • Table 1-3 Comparative US Dollar Shipment Growth Analysis For Twelve Types Of Siding Products, 1987-2005 (percent): Wood Products, Metal Products, Vinyl Siding And Accessories; And Brick, Concrete, And Stone Products
  • Table 1-4 Comparative Growth Analysis For US Producer Prices For Select Siding Products, 1990-2000 (percent): Shingles And Shakes, Steel And Aluminum Siding, Metal Accessories, Metal Panels, Vinyl Siding And Accessories, Bricks, Precast Concrete Wall Panels, Concrete Block, And Building Stone
  • Table 1-5 Value Of US Siding Product Shipments By Major End-Use Market, 1987-2000 (dollars): New Residential Construction, Manufactured Housing, Residential Remodeling And Repair, New Nonresidential Construction, And Nonresidential Remodeling And Repair
  • Figure 1-2 Percent Total US Siding Product Shipments By Major End-Use Market, 1997 and 2000

Section 2 Us Wood Siding Product Markets

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Wood Siding Product Shipments
  • Solid Wood Siding Market
  • Wood Shingles And Shakes Market
  • Softwood Plywood Siding Shipments
  • Hardboard And Other Engineered Wood Siding Shipments
  • Fiber-Cement Products
  • Table 2-1 Value Of US Solid Wood Siding And Wood Shingle And Shake Market Sales, 1992-2000 (dollars): Shipments, Exports, Imports, And Market Sales
  • Table 2-2 Value Of US Solid Wood Siding And Wood Shingle And Shake Shipments, 1977-2000 (dollars)
  • Table 2-3 Number Of US Solid Wood Siding And Wood Shingle And Shake Manufacturers And Shipments Per Manufacturer, 1977-2000 (number and dollars)
  • Table 2-4 US Solid Wood Siding Imports, 1990-2000 (square yards and dollars)
  • Table 2-5 US Solid Wood Siding Imports By Type, 1992-2000 (square yards and dollars): Western Red Cedar And Other Coniferous Materials, Resawn Bevel And Other Coniferous Types, And All Types Of
  • Nonconiferous Wood Siding
  • Table 2-6 US Wood Shingle And Shake Imports, 1990-2000 (squares and dollars)
  • Table 2-7 US Wood Shingle And Shake Imports By Type, 1992-2000 (squares and dollars): Western Red Cedar Shingles, Other Wood Shingles, And Wood Shakes
  • Table 2-8 US Solid Wood Siding Exports And By Major Country Of Destination, 1992-2000 (square yards and dollars): Total, Canada, Mexico, Japan, And Others
  • Table 2-9 US Wood Shingle And Shake Exports And By Major Country Of Destination, 1992-2000 (squares and dollars): Total, Canada, Bahamas, Jamaica, And Others
  • Table 2-10 US Producer Price Trends For Red Cedar Shingles And Shakes, 1987-2000 (index)
  • Table 2-11 Monthly US Producer Price Trends For Softwood Lumber For Flooring, Siding, And Cut Stock, 1998-2000 (index)
  • Table 2-12 US Shipments Of Softwood Plywood Siding And Other Engineered Wood Siding Products By Type, 1987-2000 (square feet and dollars): Hardboard Siding, Particleboard Siding, And Cellulosic Fiberboard Siding
  • Table 2-13 Number Of US Softwood Plywood Siding And Other Engineered Wood Siding Product Manufacturers And Shipments Per Manufacturer, 1987-2000 (number and dollars): Hardboard Siding,
  • Particleboard Siding, Cellulosic Fiberboard Siding, And Soft Wood Plywood Siding
  • Table 2-14 Sales And Profit Trends For Louisiana-Pacific Corp's Exterior Products Group, 1997-2000 (dollars, percent, and square feet)
  • Table 2-15 Louisiana-Pacific's Exterior Products Production Capacity By Product And Plant Location, 1999 (square feet and squares): Oriented Strand Board Siding And Specialty Plants, Hardboard Siding And Specialty Plant, And Vinyl Siding Plants

Section 3 Us Vinyl And Metal Siding Product Markets

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Vinyl Siding Shipments
  • Vinyl Siding Competitive And Cost Pressures
  • Steel Siding Shipments
  • Aluminum Siding Shipments
  • Metal Panel Shipments
  • Table 3-1 Value Of US Sheet Metal Siding Shipments And By Material, 1977-2000 (dollars)
  • Table 3-2 Value Of US Residential And Nonresidential Aluminum Siding Shipments, 1977-2000 (dollars)
  • Table 3-3 US Residential Aluminum Siding Shipments, 1987-2000 (Squares)
  • Table 3-4 US Producer Price Trends For Sheet Metal Siding And Flooring Products, 1987-2000 (index): Total Products, Steel Siding, And Residential Aluminum Siding
  • Table 3-5 Monthly US Producer Price Trends For Steel Mill Products, 1998-2000 (index)
  • Table 3-6 Monthly US Producer Price Trends For Aluminum Mill Shapes, 1998-2000 (index)
  • Table 3-7 Number Of US Sheet Metal Siding Manufacturers By Material And Average Shipments Per Company, 1977-2000 (number and dollars): Steel, Aluminum, And Other
  • Table 3-8 Number, Revenues, And Operating Ratios Of US Sheet Metal Siding And Flooring Plants, 1977-2000 (number, dollars, and percent): Number of Plants, Shipments Per Plant, Payroll And Material Costs Percent Total Shipments, Employees And Shipments Per Employee, Production Worker Average Hourly Wages, And Average Weekly Hours
  • Table 3-9 Value Of US Metal Soffits, Fascia, And Shutter Shipments And Number Of Manufacturers, 1977-2000 (number and dollars)
  • Table 3-10 US Producer Price Trends For Metal Soffits, Fascia, And Shutters, 1988-2000 (index)
  • Table 3-11 US Exports Of Aluminum Sheet-Metal Roofing, Siding, Flooring, And Roof Guttering And Drainage Equipment For The Top Fifteen Countries Of Destination, 1995-2000 (pounds and dollars)
  • Table 3-12 US Exports Of Steel Sheet-Metal Roofing, Siding, Flooring, And Roof Guttering And Drainage Equipment For The Top Fifteen Countries Of Destination, 1995-2000 (pounds and dollars)
  • Table 3-13 US Imports Of Aluminum And Steel Sheet Metal Roofing, Siding, Flooring, And Roof Drainage Equipment, 1992-2000 (pounds and dollars)
  • Table 3-14 Value Of US Metal Panel Shipments And Number Of Manufacturers, 1977-2000 (number and dollars)
  • Table 3-15 US Producer Price Trends For Metal Panels, 1987-2000 (index)
  • Table 3-16 Value Of US Vinyl Siding And Accessories Shipments, 1987-2000 (dollars)
  • Table 3-17 Number Of US Vinyl Siding And Accessories Manufacturers And Shipments Per Manufacturer, 1987-2000 (number and dollars)
  • Table 3-18 US Producer Price Trends For Vinyl Siding And Accessories, 1994-2000 (index)
  • Table 3-19 US Polyvinyl Chloride Consumption For Siding Manufacturers, 1993-1999 (pounds)
  • Table 3-20 Monthly US Producer Price Trends For Vinyl and Vinylidene Resins, 1998-2000 (index)
  • Table 3-21 Sales Of Ten Leading US Metal And Vinyl Siding Product Manufacturers, 1999 (dollars)
  • Table 3-22 Sales And Profit Trends For Two US-Based Vinyl And Metal Siding Product Manufacturers, 1997-2000 (dollars and percent)

Section 4 Us Brick, Concrete, And Stone Siding Product Markets

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Brick Shipments And Plant Profit Margins
  • Leading Brick Manufacturers
  • Precast Concrete Wall Panel Shipments
  • Decorative Concrete Block Shipments
  • Building Stone Shipments
  • Table 4-1 US Brick Shipments, 1977-2000 (number and dollars)
  • Table 4-2 Number Of US Brick Manufacturers And Average Shipments Per Manufacturer, 1977-2000 (number and dollars)
  • Table 4-3 Number, Revenues, And Operating Ratios Of US Brick Plants, 1977-2000 (number, dollars, and percent): Shipments Per Plant, Payroll And Material Costs Percent Total Shipments, Employees And Shipments Per Employee, Production Worker Average Hourly Wages, And Average Weekly Hours
  • Table 4-4 Number, Total Revenues, And Operating Ratios Of US Brick And Structural Clay Tile Plants By State, 1997 (number, dollars, and percent)
  • Table 4-5 US Brick Exports By Type, 1992-2000 (number and dollars): Solid Building Bricks And Hollow Building Bricks
  • Table 4-6 US Brick Imports By Type, 1992-2000 (number and dollars): Solid Building Bricks And Hollow Building Bricks
  • Table 4-7 US Producer Price Trends For Bricks, 1987-2000 (index)
  • Table 4-8 Monthly US Producer Price Trends For Brick Refractories, 1998-2000 (index)
  • Table 4-9 Value Of US Precast Concrete Wall Panel Shipments And Number Of Manufacturers, 1977-2000 (number and dollars)
  • Table 4-10 US Producer Price Trends For Precast Concrete Wall Panels, 1987-2000 (index)
  • Table 4-11 Monthly US Producer Price Trends For Concrete Ingredients, 1998-2000 (index)
  • Table 4-12 Value Of US Decorative Concrete Block Shipments And Number Of Manufacturers, 1977-2000 (number and dollars)
  • Table 4-13 US Producer Price Trends For Decorative Concrete Block, 1987-2000 (index)
  • Table 4-14 Value Of US Dressed Dimension Building Stone Shipments By Type, 1977-2000 (dollars): Granite, Limestone, and Marble and Other Stone
  • Table 4-15 Number Of US Dressed Dimension Building Stone Manufacturers By Type And Average Shipments Per Manufacturer, 1977-2000 (number and dollars): Granite, Limestone, and Marble and Other Stone
  • Table 4-16 US Producer Price Trends For Dressed Dimension Granite Building Stone, 1987-2000 (index)
  • Table 4-17 Monthly US Producer Price Trends For Dimension Stone, 1998-2000 (index)
  • Table 4-18 Sales And Profit Trends For Justin Industries' Building Materials Group, 1997-2000 (dollars and percent)

Section 5 Us New Residential Construction Markets

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Shipments To New Residential Construction Market
  • Factors Driving Demand
  • Shipments To New Residential Building Contractors By Material
  • Single-Family Housing Completions By Siding Material
  • Siding Materials Used By Region And Housing Price
  • Table 5-1 Real US Spending On Residential Building Construction, 1977-2000 (dollars)
  • Table 5-2 Real US Spending On Residential Building Construction By Market Sector, 1995-2000 (dollars): Single-Family Homes, Multi-Unit Structures, Improvements, And Public Housing
  • Table 5-3 Monthly Private US Housing Units Authorized By 19,000 Building Permit Places By Region, 1999 And 2000 (number)
  • Table 5-4 New US Privately Owned Housing Units Started And By Type Of Structure, 1980-2000 (number): Total Starts, And In Structures With 1 Unit, 2 Units, 3 And 4 Units, And 5 Units Or More
  • Table 5-5 New US Privately Owned Housing Units Completed And By Region, 1980-2000 (number)
  • Table 5-6 US Home Mortgage Interest Rates And Personal Income, 1980-2000 (percent and dollars)
  • Table 5-7 Value Of Siding Product Shipments To The US New Residential Construction Market By Product Type, 1987-2000 (dollars): Solid Wood Siding, Plywood, Other Engineered Wood, Sheet Metal, Metal Panels, Vinyl, Bricks, Precast Concrete Wall Panels, Concrete Block, And Building Stone
  • Table 5-8 Number Of New US Single-Family Housing Units Completed By Type Of Exterior Wall Material, 1977-2000 (number): Vinyl Siding, Brick, Stucco, Wood, Aluminum Siding, And Other
  • Table 5-9 Percent Distribution Of New US Single-Family Housing Units Completed By Type Of Exterior Wall Material, 1977-2000 (percent): Vinyl Siding, Brick, Stucco, Wood, Aluminum Siding, And Other 1
  • Table 5-10 Number Of New US Single-Family Housing Units Completed By Type Of Exterior Wall Material By Region, 1992-1999 (number): Vinyl Siding, Brick, Stucco, Wood, Aluminum Siding, And Other
  • Table 5-11 Percent Distribution Of New US Single-Family Housing Units Completed By Type Of Exterior Wall Material By Region, 1992-1999 (percent): Vinyl Siding, Brick, Stucco, Wood, Aluminum Siding, And Other
  • Table 5-12 Number Of New US Single-Family Housing Units Completed By Type Of Exterior Wall Material By Sales Price Of House, 1992-1999 (number): Vinyl Siding, Brick, Stucco, Wood, Aluminum Siding, And Other; Under $100,000, $100,000-$149,999, $150,000-$199,999, $200,000-$249,999, $250,000-$299,999, and $300,000 And Over
  • Table 5-13 Percent Distribution Of New US Single-Family Housing Units Completed By Type Of Exterior Wall Material By Sales Price Of House, 1992-1999 (percent): Vinyl Siding, Brick, Stucco, Wood, Aluminum Siding, And Other; Under $100,000, $100,000-$149,999,
  • $150,000-$199,999, $200,000-$249,999, $250,000-$299,999, and
  • $300,000 And Over
  • Table 5-14 Median Price Of New US Single-Family Housing Units Completed By Type Of Exterior Wall Material, 1992-1999 (dollars): Vinyl Siding, Brick, Stucco, Wood, Aluminum Siding, And Other
  • Table 5-15 Percent Distribution Of Attached And Detached New US Single-Family Housing Units Completed By Type Of Exterior Wall Material, 1992-1999 (percent): Vinyl Siding, Brick, Stucco, Wood, Aluminum Siding, And Other

Section 6 Us Manufactured Housing Market

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Shipments To Manufactured Housing Producers
  • Mobile Home And Other Prefabricated Wood Building Plant Markets
  • Table 6-1 Value Of US Siding Product Shipments To US Manufactured Housing Plants, 1997 And 2000 (dollars): Vinyl Siding, Metal Siding, Wood Siding, And Total
  • Table 6-2 Metal And Vinyl Siding Purchases By US Manufactured Housing Plants, 1977-2000 (dollars): Total, Mobile Homes, And Other Prefabricated Wood Buildings
  • Table 6-3 Number Of US Manufactured Housing Plants And Average Siding Purchases, 1977-2000 (number and dollars): Mobile Homes And Other Prefabricated Wood Buildings
  • Table 6-4 US New Mobile Home Placements And By Region, 1980-2000 (number)
  • Table 6-5 Value Of US Shipments Of Prefabricated Buildings By Type And Material, 1992 And 1997 (dollars): Residential And Nonresidential, And Wood And Metal
  • Table 6-6 Number Of US Mobile Home And Prefabricated Building Plants And Plant Shipments By State, 1997 (number and dollars)

Section 7 Us Residential Remodeling And Repair Market

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • Siding Home Improvement Spending
  • Siding Products Purchased
  • Retail Siding Sales
  • Demographics Of Siding Purchasers
  • Purchaser Demographics By Amount Spent And Installer
  • Table 7-1 US Spending On Siding Home Improvements, 1993-2000 (dollars) 124
  • Table 7-2 Value Of US Siding Product Shipments To The Residential Remodeling And Repair Market By Product Type, 1987-2000 (dollars): Solid Wood Siding, Plywood, Other Engineered Wood, Sheet Metal, Metal Panels, Vinyl, Bricks, Precast Concrete Wall Panels, Concrete Block, And Building Stone
  • Table 7-3 US Spending On Siding Home Improvements By Purpose Of Project, 1993-2000 (dollars): Alterations, Major Replacements, And Maintenance And Repairs
  • Table 7-4 Distribution Of US Households Purchasing Outdoor/Exterior Siding By Amount Spent And Installer, Spring 2000 (percent): Under $500, $500-$999, And $1,000 Or More; Do-It-Yourself Projects And Contractor Installed
  • Table 7-5 Retail Siding Sales, Share Of Building Material Dealer Sales, And Number Of Dealers Selling Siding, 1997 And 2000 (dollars, percent, and number)
  • Table 7-6 US Residential Property Owner Expenditures For Improvements, Additions, Alterations, And Repairs And Spending By Single-Family Homeowners, 1985-2000 (dollars)
  • Table 7-7 US Sales Of Existing One-Family Houses Sold And By Region, 1980-2000 (number)
  • Table 7-8 Number Of US Adults Purchasing Outdoor/Exterior Siding And Their Likelihood To Purchase By Demographic Characteristic, Spring 2000 (number, percent, and index): Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children By Age, Kind Of Residence, And Region
  • Table 7-9 Ranking Of Percentage Of US Adults Purchasing Outdoor/Exterior Siding By Demographic Characteristic And Likelihood To Purchase Index, Spring 2000 (percent and index): Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children By Age, Kind Of Residence, And Region
  • Table 7-10 Demographic Groups Most Likely To Purchase Outdoor/Exterior Siding By Amount Spent And Installer, Spring 2000 (characteristic): Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education,
  • Occupation, Household Size, Children By Age, Kind Of Residence, And Region; Spent Under $500, $500-$999, And $1,000 Or More; And Do-It-Yourself Project And Contractor Installed
  • Table 7-11 Distribution Of US Adults Purchasing Outdoor/Exterior Siding And Their Likelihood To Purchase By Amount Spent By Demographic Characteristic, Spring 2000 (percent, and index): Under $500, $500-$999, And $1,000 Or More; Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children By Age, Kind Of Residence, And Region
  • Table 7-12 Distribution Of US Adults Purchasing Outdoor/Exterior Siding And Their Likelihood To Purchase By Installer By Demographic Characteristic, Spring 2000 (percent, and index): Do-It-Yourself And Contractor; Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children By Age, Kind Of Residence, And Region
  • Table 7-13 Distribution Of US Households By Demographic Characteristic, 1985-1998 (percent): Household Income, Age Of Household Head, Household Size, Region, And Total Households

Section 8 Us Nonresidential Construction Markets

  • Summary Of Major Findings
  • New Nonresidential Construction Market
  • Nonresidential Remodeling And Repair Market
  • Table 8-1 Real US Spending On Nonresidential Building Construction, 1977-2000 (dollars)
  • Table 8-2 Real US Spending On Nonresidential Building Construction By Building Type, 1997-2000 (dollars): Private Nonresidential Buildings And Public Buildings (dollars): Solid Wood Siding, Plywood, Other Engineered Wood, Sheet Metal, Metal Panels, Vinyl, Bricks, Precast Concrete Wall Panels, Concrete Block, And Building Stone
  • Table 8-3 Value Of US Siding Product Shipments To The New Nonresidential Construction Market By Product Type, 1987-2000 (dollars): Solid Wood Siding, Plywood, Other Engineered Wood, Sheet Metal, Metal Panels, Vinyl, Bricks, Precast Concrete Wall Panels, Concrete Block, And Building Stone
  • Table 8-4 Value Of US Siding Product Shipments To The Nonresidential Remodeling And Repair Market By Product Type, 1987-2000 (dollars): Solid Wood Siding, Plywood, Other Engineered Wood, Sheet Metal, Metal Panels, Vinyl, Bricks, Precast Concrete Wall Panels, Concrete Block, And Building Stone

Section 9 Siding Contractor Revenues And Operating Ratios

  • Siding Contractors
  • Masonry And Stone Contractors
  • Stucco Contractors
  • Table 9-1 US Revenues Of Siding Contractors, 1977-2000 (dollars)
  • Table 9-2 Number, Revenues, Employees, And Payrolls Of Contractors Specializing In Siding Work, 1997 (number, dollars, and percent)
  • Table 9-3 US Revenues Of Masonry And Stone Contractors And By Type Of Work, 1987-2000 (dollars): Brick Or Block Work, Stonework, And Exterior Marble, Granite, And Slate Work
  • Euramax International Plc
  • Manufactured Housing Products
  • Sales Trends
  • Gentek Building Products
  • Siding Products And Sales
  • Georgia-Pacific Corp
  • Siding Products
  • Hanson
  • Hanson Brick America
  • International Paper
  • Masonite Siding Products
  • Champion Siding Products
  • Masonite Siding Litigation
  • James Hardie Building Products, Inc
  • Siding Products And Sales
  • Jancor Companies, Inc
  • Vinyl Group
  • Justin Industries, Inc
  • Building Materials Segment Products
  • Distribution And Manufacturing
  • Sales And Profit Trends
  • Acquired By Berkshire Hathaway
  • Louisiana-Pacific Corp
  • Exterior Products And Plants
  • Sales And Profit Trends
  • OSB Siding Litigation
  • Nailite International
  • Siding Products And Sales
  • Nortek,
  • Siding And Exterior Products And Markets
  • Company Subsidiaries And Sales
  • Owens Corning
  • Exterior System Products
  • Manufacturing And Distribution
  • Sales And Recent Developments
  • Rollex Corp
  • Siding Products And Sales
  • Royal Group Technologies Ltd
  • Siding Products And Sales
  • New Roytec Siding Plant
  • RPM, Inc
  • Dryvit Exterior Insulation Finishing Systems
  • Dryvit Systems Lawsuits
  • Shakertown, Inc
  • Siding Products And Sales
  • Temple-Inland, Inc
  • Hardboard Siding
  • Fiber-Cement Products
  • Weyerhaeuser Co
  • Siding Products
  • Hardwood Siding Claims

Appendix Names And Addresses Of Major Siding Manufacturers And Their Subsidiaries

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