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US Commercial Windows & Doors Market

LONDON, Feb. 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

ustry Study with Forecasts for 2020 & 2025

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The new study addresses commercial windows and doors - including manual and automatic doors, windows, curtain wall, storefronts, and accessories, components, and other products. While metal products will continue to account for the largest share of demand, plastic and wood windows and doors will hold significant shares in certain types.

Find out more about the market potential in the US:
- Which building types offer the greatest opportunities for growth?
- How will ongoing interest in energy efficiency impact demand for various products?
- Which US regions will see the fastest growth?

The commercial window and door industry will register growth for convenient and aesthetically pleasing products such as wood interior doors, automatic doors, various window types, store fronts, and curtain wall. Continued interest in pleasant and energy efficient building spaces will stimulate demand for higher value products that are thermally improved products to conserve energy and curtainwall and other significant window installations for daylighting and views.

Metal valued for durability
Metal window and door products are valued for their strength, durability, and security, and will continue to account for the vast majority of commercial window and door demand through the forecast period. Many products that see intensive use in commercial markets, including overhead doors, curtain walls, automated doors, and storefronts are almost exclusively made of metal. In addition, ongoing efforts to improve the aesthetics and energy efficiency of metal products will support demand going forward.

Plastic to show rapid growth
Plastic accounted for the smallest share of demand in 2015 but will experience the most rapid growth of any material through 2020. Plastic will post increasing usage in various light commercial applications, including offices, schools, and hospitals, where damage is unlikely and there is interest in energy efficiency and the improved aesthetics offered by some plastic products.

Nonresidential facilities are intensive users of doors
Doors comprise the largest share of the overall commercial window and door market, supported by both high unit demand in interior applications, as well as ongoing demand for high value products such as overhead, security and automatic doors. Many nonresidential facilities, such as offices, healthcare facilities, and government buildings, are intensive users of both exterior and interior doors, boosting demand. In addition, some building types, such as industrial facilities, use a limited quantity of windows.

Study coverage
Commercial Windows & Doors presents historical demand data (2005, 2010, 2015) plus forecasts (2020, 2025) by product (commercial doors, commercial windows, curtainwalls, other products), material (metal, wood, plastic), market (new, improvement and repair), building type (institutional, industrial, office, retail and lodging, other)and region of the US. The study also considers key market environment factors, assesses the industry structure, evaluates company market share and profiles US industry players.

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