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Residential Windows & Doors - UK - June 2017

Published By :

Mintel

Published Date : Jul 2017

Category :

Construction

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The wide range of factors affecting demand for windows and doors in the residential sector tend to lead to strong growth when the economy is performing well, and more challenging times when the economy declines or stagnates. The market therefore tends to exaggerate economic fluctuations, and there will be strong concerns over the potential disruption caused by the Brexit decision

Table of Content

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The market
Figure 1: UK domestic market for doors, door frames, windows, window frames and conservatories, 2012-16 actual and 2017-21 forecast
Figure 2: UK domestic market for doors, door frames, windows, window frames and conservatories, by marketing channel, 2012-16 actual and 2017-21 forecast
Figure 3: Product segmentation for UK domestic market for doors, door frames, windows, window frames and conservatories, 2016
Figure 4: Material segmentation for UK domestic market for windows and window frames, 2016
Figure 5: Material segmentation for UK domestic market for doors and door frames, 2016
Market factors
Figure 6: UK housing new build market, 2012-16 actual and 2017-21 forecast
Companies
What we think

KEY INSIGHTS
What are the main market drivers?
What effect will Brexit have?
Will a hung parliament change new construction activity?

INTRODUCTION
Definitions
Methodology
Abbreviations
Market positioning
UK ECONOMY
Overview
Figure 7: Forecast GDP development 2017-21
Figure 8: UK GDP quarterly development, 2004-17
Figure 9: UK GDP in economic downturns and recoveries since 1979
Inflation
Interest rates
Consumer spending
Manufacturing
Figure 10: UK manufacturing, 2014-17
Business investment
Figure 11: UK GFCF 2003-17
Imports
Exports

MARKET FACTORS
Number of households
Figure 12: UK households, 1991-2016
Figure 13: Government predictions of the number of households in the UK, 2019-39
House condition
Figure 14: Housing stock distribution in England, by age, 2015
Figure 15: Housing stock analysis for England, by type, 2015
Figure 16: Housing stock distribution in Scotland, by age, 2015
Figure 17: Housing stock analysis for Scotland, by type, 2015
Figure 18: Housing stock size analysis for Scotland, by type, 2015
Figure 19: Housing stock distribution in Northern Ireland, by age, 2016
House prices
Figure 20: UK House price changes, 2006-17
Home ownership
Figure 21: UK home ownership trends, 2006-16
Housing transactions
Figure 22: Residential property transactions in the UK, 2012-16

MARKET SIZE AND TRENDS
Key analysis
Market size
Figure 23: The UK domestic market for doors, door frames, windows, window frames and conservatories, 2012-16
Market trends

MARKET SEGMENTATION
Key analysis
Market segmentation
Product segmentation
Figure 24: Product segmentation of the UK domestic market for doors, door frames, windows, french windows, window frames and conservatories, 2012-16
Figure 25: Product segmentation of the UK domestic market for doors, door frames, windows, window frames and conservatories, by sector type, 2012-16
Direct sell market
Figure 26: UK direct sell sector, by product segmentation, 2012-16
Figure 27: UK direct sell sector of windows and doors, by material, 2012-16
Builders/contract market
Figure 28: Product segmentation of the UK builders/contract sector, 2012-16
Figure 29: UK builders/contract sector of windows and doors, by material, 2012-16
Builders/contract new installations
Figure 30: Product segmentation of the UK builders/contract sector for new construction, 2012-16
Builders/contract replacement
Figure 31: Product segmentation of the UK builders/contract sector for refurbishment/replacement market, 2012-16
Seasonality of sales
Figure 32: Seasonality of public housing output, 2012-16
Figure 33: Seasonality of private housing output, 2012-16
Figure 34: Seasonality of public housing repair & maintenance output, 2012-16
Figure 35: Seasonality of private housing repair & maintenance output, 2012-16
Regional sales
Figure 36: Regional public housing construction output, 2012-16
Figure 37: Regional private housing construction output, 2012-16
Figure 38: Regional housing repair & maintenance output, 2012-16

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Key analysis
Industry development
Figure 39: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the metal door and window frame industry, 2012-16
Figure 40: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the PVCu door and window frame and other plastic building products industry, 2012-16
Figure 41: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the timber door and window frame and other carpentry and joinery products industry, 2012-16
Structure by employment
Figure 42: Analysis of the employment structure of the metal door and window frame industry, 2015-16
Figure 43: Analysis of the employment structure of the PVCu door and window frame and other plastic building products industry, 2015-16
Figure 44: Analysis of the employment structure of the timber door and window frame and other builders’ carpentry and joinery building products industry, 2015-16
Structure by turnover
Figure 45: Analysis of the financial structure of the metal door and window frame industry, 2015-16
Figure 46: Analysis of the financial structure of the PVCu door and window frame and other plastic building products industry, 2015-16
Figure 47: Analysis of the financial structure of the timber door and window frame industry and other builders’ carpentry and joinery products industry, 2015-16
Company profiles

ANGLIAN WINDOWS
Figure 48: Financial analysis of Anglian Windows, 2012-16
Company strategy

CRITTALL WINDOWS
Figure 49: Financial analysis of Crittall Windows, 2011-16
Company strategy

DECEUNINCK
Figure 50: Financial analysis of Deceuninck, 2011-15
Company strategy

EPWIN GROUP
Figure 51: Financial analysis of Epwin Group, 2013-16
Company strategy

PREMDOR CROSBY
Figure 52: Financial analysis of Premdor Crosby, 2011-16
Company strategy

REHAU
Figure 53: Financial analysis of Rehau, 2011-15
Company strategy

SMART SYSTEMS
Figure 54: Financial analysis of Smart Systems, 2011-15
Company strategy

SAFESTYLE
Figure 55: Financial analysis of Safestyle, 2012-16
Company strategy

VEKA
Figure 56: Financial analysis of VEKA, 2012-16
Company strategy

JELD-WEN UK
Figure 57: Financial analysis of Jeld-Wen UK, 2011-15
Company strategy

DEMAND STRUCTURE
Key analysis
The market to 2016
Figure 58: Construction output in Great Britain, by type, 2012-16
Private housing, new construction
Figure 59: Analysis of private housing construction output in Great Britain, 2012-16
Figure 60: Private new housing starts and completions in England, 2011-16
Figure 61: UK private sector housing completions, by sector, 1978-2016
Public housing, new construction
Figure 62: Analysis of new public housing construction output in Great Britain, 2012-16
Figure 63: Public housing starts and completions in England, 2011-16
Figure 64: UK public sector housing completions, by sector, 1978-2016
Private housing repair & maintenance
Figure 66: Analysis of repair & maintenance output in the private housing sector in Great Britain, 2012-16
Public housing repair & maintenance
Figure 67: Analysis of repair & maintenance output in the public housing sector in Great Britain, 2012-16
Private housing repair & maintenance
Figure 68: Analysis of repair & maintenance output in the private housing sector in Great Britain, 2012-16
The market 2016-20
Private housing new construction
Figure 69: Forecast private housing output in Great Britain, 2017-21
Public housing new construction
Figure 70: Forecast public housing output in Great Britain, 2017-21
Private housing repair & maintenance
Figure 71: Forecast repair & maintenance output in the private housing sector in Great Britain, 2017-21
Public housing repair & maintenance
Figure 72: Forecast repair & maintenance output in the public housing sector in Great Britain, 2017-21

FORECAST
Key analysis
The market
Figure 73: Forecast development of the UK market for window frames, windows, door frames, doors and conservatories, 2017-21
Figure 74: Forecast product segmentation of the UK market for doors, door frames, windows, window frames and conservatories, 2017-21
Figure 75: Forecast product segmentation of the UK domestic market for doors, door frames, windows, window frames and conservatories, by sector type 2017-21
Industry

FURTHER SOURCES & CONTACTS
Trade associations
Council For Aluminium Building
Architectural & Specialist Door Manufacturers Association
Association for the Conservation of Energy
Automatic Door Suppliers Association
British Glass
British Woodworking Federation
Door & Hardware Federation
Flat Glass Manufacturers’ Association
Glass & Glazing Federation
Plastic Windows Federation
Society of Glass Technology
Steel Window Association
Trade magazines
Building Products (Monthly)
Conservatory Magazine (Alternate months)

FENSA News (Quarterly)
Glass (Bi-Monthly)
Glass Age (Monthly)
Glass & Glazing Products (Monthly)
Local Government News (Monthly)
Window Fabricator & Installer (11 issues per year)
Window Industries (Monthly)
Windows Active (Monthly)
Trade exhibitions

INTERBUILD
Glassex
Glass Process & Technology (GP&T)

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