Posts Tagged ‘ Freedonia Group ’

Freedonia Home Improvement Study Points to Continued Demand

Jul 11th, 2022

The rise in home improvement activities during COVID-19 includes doors and windows but extends to bathrooms, home offices and more. A new report from the Freedonia Group examining home improvement trends shows that such projects will likely continue through 2022 as materials and labor become available. Data collected across 2021 and through February 2022 indicates […]

Freedonia Door and Window Components Study Focuses on Details

Dec 20th, 2019

In a study released by the Freedonia Group this month, the U.S. market for door and window components is predicted to increase 3.8% annually to $17.2 billion in 2023. This study, titled Window & Door Components, is unique from other Freedonia door and window market studies in that it covers details for both components used […]

Construction, Design and Tech Trends Drive Door and Window Market

Aug 23rd, 2019

Recent research from the Freedonia Group says the $28 billion US door and window market’s projected 4%-growth through 2023 is fueled by a variety of factors including design trends. The full list includes: Increases in building construction activity; Design trends favoring more, larger and costlier windows and entry doors; Rising interest in smart glass and […]

Demand for Metal Commercial Windows and Doors to Grow 3.7 Percent Annually

Aug 28th, 2018

Demand for metal commercial windows and doors is forecast to increase 3.7 percent per year, in line with the overall average, but slower than plastic. Builders and building owners continue to favor metal windows and doors for their strength, durability and minimal maintenance. Products with the best growth outlooks include those that are easy to […]

Moulding and Trim Demand to Rise Through 2022

Apr 18th, 2018

A new study shows that demand for wood moulding and trim is projected to increase 3.7 percent annually to $5.5 billion in 2022. That’s the slowest growth rate for any material in the segment. Despite that, wood will still account for more than half of moulding and trim sales in 2022, according to researchers from […]

Report: Door and Window Demand to Grow Through 2021

Jan 4th, 2018

Global demand for doors and windows is projected to grow 4.5 percent per year by 2021, rising from $172 billion to $214 billion during that time, according to a new study from The Freedonia Group, a Cleveland-based industry research firm. The U.S. and China will account for 65 percent of the global sales growth during […]

Housing Demand Looks Strong in North America Through 2021

Nov 27th, 2017

North America is poised to post the fastest gains in new housing construction of any global region through 2021, according to a new study from the Freedonia Group, a Cleveland-based industry research firm. The annual growth rate for new housing units in North America is projected to be 4 percent per year. It will be […]

U.S. Door and Window Demand to Hit $34.3 Billion in 2021

Sep 28th, 2017

U.S. demand for doors and windows is expected to rise 4.8 percent annually to $34.3 billion in 2021, according to a new study from The Freedonia Group, an international industry market research company based in Cleveland, Ohio. Growth will be powered by ongoing gains in construction spending, including the recovery of the U.S. housing market and […]

Report: Plastic Window Demand to Grow Through 2021

Jun 26th, 2017

Demand for plastic windows is forecast to rise 5.5 percent per year to $6.5 billion in 2021, outpacing wood and metal windows and accounting for half of total sales, according to a new study from The Freedonia Group, a Cleveland-based industry research firm. Home and business owners will continue to specify vinyl windows for their […]

Report: Wood Moulding, Trim to See Solid Growth

Nov 30th, 2016

Wood molding and trim demand is expected to grow 5.7 percent annually to $5.8 billion in 2020 due to sustained gains in new housing construction, according to a new study from The Freedonia Group, a Cleveland-based industry research firm. Strong gains in office and commercial construction spending and a recovery in institutional building construction activity […]