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RESIDENTIAL WINDOWS AND DOORS - UK - JUNE 2018

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Mintel

Published Date : Jun 2018

Category :

Industry Profile

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There are now strong signs that the important replacement market, initially promoted on the basis of the superior thermal properties of double glazing, has reached saturation point. The direct sell sector is struggling to keep pace with overall repair, maintenance and improvement expenditure with second-time replacement of products sold 30 years ago (with an expected product life cycle of 20 years) proving more difficult. At the same time demand from new construction is growing.

Table of contents
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The market
Figure 1: UK residential market for doors, door frames, windows, window frames and conservatories, 2013-17 actual and 2018-2022 forecast (£ million)
Figure 2: UK residential market for doors, door frames, windows, window frames and conservatories, by marketing channel, 2013-17 actual and 2018-2022 forecast (£ million)
Figure 3: Product segmentation for UK domestic market for doors, door frames, windows, window frames and conservatories, 2017 (£ million)
Figure 4: PVCu market penetration for residential market for windows and window frames, by sector, 2017 (% by value)
Figure 5: PVCu market penetration for residential doors and door frames, 2017 (% by value)
Market factors
Figure 6: UK housing new build market, 2013-17 actual and 2018-2022 forecast (£ billion)
Figure 7: UK housing repair and maintenance expenditure, 2013-17 actual and 2018-2022 forecast (£ billion)
Companies
Figure 8: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the PVCu door and window frame and other plastic building products industry, 2013-17 (number of factories)
What we think
KEY INSIGHTS
Has the replacement market now reached saturation point?
How have direct sell promotion methods changed?
Are there changes in material usage?
INTRODUCTION
Methodology
Abbreviations
Market Positioning
UK ECONOMY
UK Economy
Overview
Figure 9: Forecast GDP development 2017-22 (% growth)
Figure 10: UK GDP quarterly development, 2004-18 (Index 2015 = 100)
Inflation
House prices
Figure 11: UK House price changes, 2007-2018 (12 month % change)
Interest rates
Consumer spending
Manufacturing
Figure 12: UK manufacturing, 2014-18 (Index, 2015 = 100)
Business investment
Figure 13: UK GFCF 2003-18 (£ million)
Imports
Exports
MARKET FACTORS
Market Factors
Number of households
Figure 14: UK households, 1991-2017 (thousand households)
Figure 15: Composition of UK households, 2017 (thousand households)
Home ownership
Figure 16: UK home ownership trends, 2006-17 (%)
House prices
Figure 17: UK House price changes, 2007-2018 (12 month % change)
Housing transactions
Figure 18: Residential property transactions in the UK, by country, 2013-17 (000 dwellings)
House condition/type
Figure 19: Housing stock distribution in England, by age, 2015 (%)
Figure 20: Housing stock analysis for England, by type, 2015 (000 and %)
Figure 21: Housing stock distribution in Scotland, by age, 2016 (%)
Figure 22: Housing stock analysis for Scotland, by type, 2016 (%)
Figure 23: Housing stock distribution in Northern Ireland, by age, 2016 (%)
MARKET SIZE AND TRENDS
Key analysis
Market Size
Figure 24: The UK domestic market for doors, door frames, windows, window frames and conservatories, 2013-17 (£ million at msp and installed value for replacements)
Market Trends
MARKET SEGMENTATION
Key analysis
Market segmentation
Product segmentation
Figure 25: Product segmentation of the UK domestic market for doors, door frames, windows, french windows, window frames and conservatories, 2013-17 (£ million at msp and installed value for replacements)
Figure 26: Product segmentation of the UK domestic market for doors, door frames, windows, window frames and conservatories, by sector type, 2013-17 (£ million at msp and installed value for replacements)
Direct Sell Market
Figure 27: UK direct sell sector, by product segmentation, 2013-17 (£ million)
Figure 28: UK direct sell sector of windows and doors, by material, 2013-17 (£ million)
Builders/Contract Market
Figure 29: Product segmentation of the UK builders/contract sector, 2013-17 (£ million)
Figure 30: UK builders/contract sector of windows and doors, by material, 2013-17 (£ million)
Seasonality of sales
Figure 31: Seasonality of public housing output, 2013-17 (% of total)
Figure 32: Seasonality of private housing output, 2013-17 (% of total)
Figure 33: Seasonality of public housing repair & maintenance output, 2013-17 (% of total)
Figure 34: Seasonality of private housing repair & maintenance output, 2013-17 (% of total)
Regional sales
Figure 35: Regional public housing construction output, 2013-17 (% of total)
Figure 36: Regional private housing construction output, 2013-17 (% of total)
Figure 37: Regional housing repair & maintenance output, 2013-17 (% of total)
INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Chapter Summary
Industry Development
Figure 38: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the metal door and window frame industry, 2013-17 (number of factories and businesses)
Figure 39: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the PVCu door and window frame and other plastic building products industry, 2013-17 (number of factories and businesses)
Figure 40: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the timber door and window frame and other carpentry and joinery products industry, 2013-17 (number of factories and businesses)
Structure by Employment
Figure 41: Analysis of the employment structure of the metal door and window frame industry, 2016-17 (number of factories and employment level)
Figure 42: Analysis of the employment structure of the PVCu door and window frame and other plastic building products industry, 2016-17 (number of factories and employment level)
Figure 43: Analysis of the employment structure of the timber door and window frame and other builders’ carpentry and joinery building products industry, 2016-17 (number of factories and employment level)
Structure by Turnover
Figure 44: Analysis of the financial structure of the metal door and window frame industry, 2016-17 (£ 000 and number of companies)
Figure 45: Analysis of the financial structure of the PVCu door and window frame and other plastic building products industry, 2016-17 (£ 000 and number of companies)
Figure 46: Analysis of the financial structure of the timber door and window frame industry and other builders’ carpentry and joinery products industry, 2016-17 (£ 000 and number of companies)
COMPANY PROFILES
ANGLIAN WINDOWS
Anglian Windows
Figure 47: Financial analysis of Anglian Windows, 2013-17 (£ 000)
Company strategy
CRITTALL WINDOWS
Crittall Windows
Figure 48: Financial analysis of Crittall Windows, 2012-17 (£ 000)
Company strategy
DECEUNINCK
Deceuninck
Figure 49: Financial analysis of Deceuninck, 2012-16 (£ 000)
Company strategy
EPWIN GROUP
Epwin Group
Figure 50: Financial analysis of Epwin Group, 2013-17 (£ million)
Company strategy
PREMDOR CROSBY
Premdor Crosby
Figure 51: Financial analysis of Premdor Crosby, 2012-17 (£ 000)
Company strategy
REHAU
Rehau
Figure 52: Financial analysis of Rehau, 2012-16 (£ 000)
Company strategy
SMART SYSTEMS
Smart Systems
Figure 53: Financial analysis of Smart Systems, 2012-16 (£ 000)
Company strategy
SAFESTYLE UK
Safestyle UK
Figure 54: Financial analysis of the Safestyle, 2013-17 (£ 000)
Company strategy
VEKA
VEKA
Figure 55: Financial Analysis of VEKA, 2013-17 (£ 000)
Company strategy
JELD-WEN UK
Jeld-Wen UK
Figure 56: Financial analysis of Jeld-Wen UK, 2012-16 (£ 000)
Company strategy
DEMAND STRUCTURE
Chapter Summary
The Market to 2017
Figure 57: Construction output in Great Britain, by Type, 201317 (£ million)
Private housing, new construction
Figure 58: Analysis of private housing construction output in Great Britain, 2013-17 (£ million)
Figure 59: Private new housing starts and completions in England, 2012-17 (units)
Figure 60: UK private sector housing completions, by sector, 1978-2017 (units)
Public housing, new construction
Figure 61: Analysis of new public housing construction output in Great Britain, 2013-17 (£ million)
Figure 62: Public housing starts and completions in England, 2012-17 (units)
Figure 63: UK public sector housing completions, by sector, 1978-2017 (units)
Private housing repair & maintenance
Figure 64: Analysis of repair & maintenance output in the private housing sector in Great Britain, 201317 (£ million)
Public housing repair & maintenance
Figure 65: Analysis of repair & maintenance output in the public housing sector in Great Britain, 201317 (£ million)
The Market 2018-2022
Housing new construction
Figure 66: Forecast private housing output in Great Britain, 201822 (£ million at 2018 prices)
Figure 67: Forecast public housing output in Great Britain, 2018-22 (£ million at 2018 prices)
Public housing repair & maintenance
Figure 68: Forecast repair & maintenance output in the public housing sector in Great Britain, 201822 (£ million at 2018 prices)
Private housing repair & maintenance
Figure 69: Forecast repair & maintenance output in the private housing sector in Great Britain, 201822 (£ million at 2018 prices)
FORECAST
Key analysis
The market
Figure 70: Forecast development of the UK market for window frames, windows, door frames, doors and conservatories, 2018-22 (£ million at 2018 prices)
Figure 71: Forecast product segmentation of the UK market for doors, door frames, windows, window frames and conservatories, 201822 (£ million at 2018 prices)
Figure 72: Forecast product segmentation of the UK domestic market for doors, door frames, windows, window frames and conservatories, by sector type 2018-22 (£ million at 2018 prices)
Industry
FURTHER SOURCES AND CONTACTS
Trade Associations
Trade Magazines
Trade Exhibitions

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