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AMA Research are pleased to announce the publication of the third edition of the report “Residential Doors Market Report – UK 2013-2017 Analysis”. Incorporating original input and primary research, it represents an up-to-date report on the fragmented residential doors market sectors covering internal and external products and reviewing prospects through to 2017.
Key issues analysed include:
Entrance Doors, Patio Doors and Internal Doors.
Analysis of product sectors by frame materials – eg Timber, Aluminium, PVCu and Composites.
Analysis of key end-use sectors – private new build, social housing new build, private sector home improvement and social housing replacement.
Supply and distribution structure in the door manufacturing industry including PVCu systems and fabricators, joinery manufacturers, aluminium systems, composite door manufacturers and retail glazing companies.A mature sector, residential doors has benefited from some stability returning to the market 2010-13 following significant decline in 2008/09. The market has benefited from emerging trends for higher specification products in both the new build and replacement sectors – such as composites and bi-fold doors.
Prospects into the medium term are for steady underlying growth as confidence returns to the housebuilding and house moving markets, together with expectations of a steady recovery in consumer confidence and increased spending on home improvements.
Areas of particular interest include:
Review of market activity levels 2010-13 with prospects for 2014/15. Key trends and market drivers identified.
Material usage trends in key product sectors – market mixes by volume and value, continued growth of composites, etc.
Market trends in public and private sectors.
Review of supply and distribution structure – recent corporate activity 2011-13 and prospects for future rationalisation and reorganisation of supply structure.
Current forecasts of market performance to 2017.
3D Aluminium Plas, Acorn Doors, All Glass Systems (AGS), Allan Brothers, Aluk UK, Ambass-A-Door, Anglian Windows, Architectonics Aluminium Systems, Armador, B&Q, Benlowe Group (BGL), Birtley Building Products, Bowater Building Products, Boyland Joinery, Britdoors Group, Broadleaf, Broxwood (Scotland), C R Smith, Capital Windows Manufacturing, Capstone Doors, Clear View, Comar Architectural Aluminium Systems, Deceuninck, Dempsey Dyer, Distinction Doors, Door-Stop International, Duration Windows, Epwin Group, Eurocell Profiles, GBW Panels, George Barnsdale & Sons, Grafton Group, Hallmark Panels, Homebase, Howarth Windows & Doors, Howdens Joinery, Hurst Plastics, Ian Firth Hardware, IG Doors, Internorm, JB Kind, Jeld-Wen UK, John A Russell (Joinery), Kloeber UK, LB Plastics, LBS Benchmark Doors, LPD Doors, Magnet, Manse Masterdor, Masco UK Window Group, Mumford and Wood, My House Group, Nationwide Windows, New World Developments, Nice Door Panels, Orlestone Oak, Pendle Doors, Performance Window Group, Phoenix Door Panels, Polyframe, Premdor Crosby, Profile Developments, Profine UK, Raldoors, Rehau, Reynaers Limited, Rockdoor, Saint-Gobain Group, Sapa Building Systems, Scotts of Thrapston, Screwfix, Season Master, Sekura, Senior Architectural Systems (SAS), Singer Doors, Smart Systems, Sun Paradise, The Coloured Door Company, The Sash Window Workshop, Todd Doors, Toolstation, Veka, Vista Panels, Wickes, Wolseley UK, XL Joinery.
Key areas covered in the report include:
Overall residential doors market size and market mix by value 2007-2017 – market volumes 2010-2017, overall product mix, materials mix and role of international trade, key general trends and underlying market drivers and forecasts of future trends to 2017.
Overview of new build/home improvement markets – share by sector, recent trends and market prospects.
Overview of private/public sector – share by sectors, trends and market prospects.
Key influencing factors – housebuilding volumes and forecasts up to 2017, mix between houses/apartments 2002-2012 with regional analysis for 2012,, private and social/affordable housing, housing RMI overview and forecasts with regional analysis for RMI.
Overall product mix – entrance doors, patio doors and internal doors – share by value 2013 and changes since 2007.
Future prospects – review of market prospects in 2013-14 and longer term prospects up to 2017 – market saturation, growth sectors, sustainability issues etc.
Analysis of residential entrance doors sector by value and volume 2007-2017 - focus on both newbuild and replacement markets, share mix by frame material (PVCu, Composite, Aluminium, Timber) and end-user sector. Details of key market drivers and future prospects, growth of composites etc.
Analysis of patio door sector by value 2007-2017. Focus on both newbuild and replacement markets 2007-13, share mix by frame material and end-user sector (new build/replacement). Details of key market drivers and future prospects.
Analysis of internal door market by volume and value. Estimates by new build and replacement, private and social 2013 and trend since 2007. Details of key market drivers and future prospects.
Overall trends in window and door markets - key product sectors, private and public sector trends - future prospects up to 2017.
SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION
Analysis of door supply channels: - retail glazing companies, PVC-U systems fabricators, aluminium systems fabricators, timber door manufacturers and specialist suppliers, (e.g. composite door manufacturers).
Changes in supply structure in 2010-13 – rationalisation in supply chain
Review of key suppliers – major players, product specialists etc,
Key distribution channels for residential doors – variations between materials and end use sectors.
Future prospects – likely changes in market structure.
Market prospects in 2013-17 - key drivers in door & window market and longer term prospects. Key growth sectors.
Overall trends in glazing industry – materials, sectors etc.
Impact of changes on market structures.The market for residential doors is a relatively mature market reliant on the new housebuilding and home improvement sectors. Prior to the recession, the market for residential doors had been in moderate decline as over supply and downward pressure on prices resulted in downward trend in market value.
The experience 2010-13 has been for a measure of stability returning to the market but with increasing pressures on manufacturers/suppliers margins with market value estimated at £607m in 2013. The lack of significant sustained growth in housing completions has placed restraints on value growth, as has the relatively steady RMI market which has around £22.3-22.6bn 2010-12.
Into 2013 the market has been described as steady but with some signs of improvement into Q2-3 indicating that moderate value growth for 2013 is achievable. Value growth has been underpinned by legislation and standards requiring improved security, thermal and fire performance ratings leading to the increased specification of higher value products. In addition, the trend for maximising natural light has resulted in increased glazing used for entrance and patio doors but also internal doors – especially where used as room dividers.
Internal doors dominate the mix in value terms in 2013 with estimated 60% value share followed by entrance doors with 28% and patio doors with 12%. This mix has remained relatively steady since 2010 and reflects the relatively static nature of the market since 2010.
Replacements dominate the mix with private sector home improvements and social housing replacements estimated to account for combined value share of 67% in 2013, representing an increase of 5% on 2007 figures. A key factor in the dominance of the replacement market is the price differentials between the new build and the replacement sectors with bulk purchase for new build driving down the average price of products. In addition, the social housing sector is often obliged to use competitive tendering process in order to obtain “best value” for door products used in both new build and replacements.
Future prospects are for steady underlying growth to 2017 when the market is expected to reach around £726m. Factors likely to have a positive impact on volume and value growth include recovery in housebuilding completions, recovery in the house moving market, trend for higher value replacements, etc. All sectors of the residential door market are likely to benefit from the continuation of the current trend for maximising daylight which is likely to promote increase in the volume of glazed products specified for all three product categories.
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