Bi-fold Doors Market Report – UK 2019-2023 includes the Covid-19 Impact Report

This report reviews the Bifold Doors market in the UK and assesses recent developments within the overall market as well as individual sub-sectors. Aspects examined include market developments, recent trends, sector analysis and key factors influencing future development of the overall market, as well as for each sub-sector. Detailed market data and insight on the bi-fold doors market by AMA Research, a leading UK provider of construction market intelligence.

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The 2nd edition of the ‘Bi-fold Doors Market Report – UK 2019-2023’ has now been published by AMA Research. This report reviews this fast growing sector and its prospects for the next 4 years. The bi-fold doors market is relatively new and expanding, with growth particularly strong in the residential sector in recent years. Demand has largely been driven by a sharp rise in consumer spending on home improvements following the economic downturn, together with investment in the leisure sector to create a more flexible environment.

Key sections covered:

  • Market size and forecasts – recent trends and forecasts to 2023.
  • Key market influences.
  • Analysis by frame material – aluminium, timber, PVCu, others.
  • Analysis of residential & non-residential – growth of residential market.

Key areas of insight include:

  • Analysis of market size & trends – market developments 2014-2023 by volume and value.
  • Residential / Non-Residential sectors – sector shares, changes in recent years – replacements home extensions, restaurants/leisure facilities, car showrooms etc.
  • Frame materials – mix by material – aluminium, timber, PVCu, others (alu-clad etc.)
  • Competitive supply structure – fragmented supply structure – many window and door companies now offer bi-fold doors, but also specialists, joinery companies etc.
  • Forecasts for 2020 to 2023 – key market drivers, impact of Brexit, consumer spending, business investment etc.

Some of the companies included:

Jeld-Wen, Anglian, Everest, Travis Perkins, Wayfair, Wickes, Screwfix, Build Center, Premdor Crosby, Howarth Timber Group, Howdens Joinery, Dale Joinery, Timber Windows, Russell Timber Technology, Solidor, Deceuninck, Kloeber UK, Arden Windows, Bereco, Epwin Group, Sunseal Extrusions, Rehau, Veka, Eurocell, Masco UK Window Group, Liniar, Nationwide Windows, Camden Group, Euramax Solutions, Corialis Group, Rationel Windows, Reynaers, Aluk GB, Origin Frames, Duration Windows, Customade, Safestyle UK, Everest, B&Q, Leekes, Sliders UK, Doors Online, Bifold Shop, Door Superstore and more.

The Bi-fold Door Market

  • Market background – definition, overlap with other products.
  • Market Size – recent trends in 2014-2019. Assessment of market trends by volume and value.
  • Key market drivers – design and specification trends, growth and changing requirements of home extensions/conservatories, changing consumer tastes, link between home and garden, commercial market developments.
  • Housing market – housebuilding trends, RMI spending, home extensions market, house moving levels etc.
  • Market Forecasts: 2020-2023 – market prospects, key factors influencing market performance.

Market Sectors

  • Residential and non-residential market – mix by sector, changes in 2014-20119, historical development of the market etc.
  • Residential market – major growth area in recent yearshome extensions, housebuilding and house moving volumes, changing consumer tastes, replacement demand.
  • Non-Residential – more mature but still growing sector, construction output data for key sectors 2014-2023, household spending trends on leisure activities.
  • Frame materials – share mix by volume – aluminium, timber, PVCu, other (alu-clad etc) – frame choices, changes in usage, key applications for different materials, trends etc.
  • Specification issues – aesthetics – colour, price issues.

Supply and Distribution

  • Fragmented and complex supply structure – no dominant suppliers – review of key players in bifold door sector.
  • Wide range of industry players – impact of frame material on supply structure, profiles/backgrounds of key players etc.
  • Role of bifold door specialists, joinery companies, aluminium and PVCu systems companies, door and window fabricators etc.
  • Complex routes to market – vertically integrated companies, builders, replacement glazing companies, Builders merchants, DIY, Internet
  • Changes in supply and distribution structure.

Tables and Charts

There are 22 tables and charts included in this report.

This report reviews the Bifold Doors market in the UK and assesses recent developments within the overall market as well as individual sub-sectors. Aspects examined include market developments, recent trends, sector analysis and key factors influencing future development of the overall market, as well as for each sub-sector.

The bi-fold doors market is still considered relatively new and expanding in the residential sector although it is more mature but still a growth sector in the non-residential sector. A rise in consumer spending on home improvements following the recession, together with the growth in private new house building projects, has helped in boosting demand. Particularly important for expansion of the market has been homeowner adoption of bi-fold doors encouraged by media, home improvement TV shows and by the suppliers themselves who have introduced new and exciting products and developments.

Large office building programmes have seen the specification of bi-fold doors in commercial environments in contributing to the natural light style of modern offices, with bi-fold doors offering customisable spaces. The attraction of al fresco dining has similarly encouraged demand growth for bi-fold doors for entrance ways in restaurant, bistro and café premises.

Competitive pricing features in the market with the expansion of bi-fold sales where frame materials of aluminium, PVCu and timber compete head-to-head. Most window and door manufacturers and fabricators in both residential and non-residential sectors now offer bi-folds in their portfolio of products. The outlook up to 2020 is very positive with continued very high growth in the short term followed by moderate-to-high growth as the new housing market expands further and the economic outlook supports sustained consumer expenditure on home improvements.

Contents Listing

1. INTRODUCTION 7
1.1 BACKGROUND 7
1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION 7
2. SUMMARY AND FUTURE PROSPECTS 9
2.1 SUMMARY 9
2.2 MARKET PROSPECTS 10
3. BI-FOLD DOORS MARKET 12
3.1 DEFINITION 12
3.2 MARKET OVERVIEW 13
3.3 MARKET SIZE BY VALUE 13
3.3.1 End Use Sector Mix 15
3.4 MARKET BY VOLUME 16
3.4.1 End Use Sector Mix 17
3.5 PATIOS DOORS PRODUCT MIX 18
3.6 CURRENT OUTLOOK AND FUTURE PROSPECTS 19
3.6.1 Residential Sector 19
3.6.2 Commercial Sector 21
4. KEY MARKET INFLUENCES 23
4.1 RESIDENTIAL MARKET 23
4.1.1 Housebuilding and RMI 23
4.1.2 Householder Developments 24
4.1.3 House Moving Market 25
4.2 NON-RESIDENTIAL MARKET 26
4.2.1 Leisure Sector 26
4.2.2 Commercial & Retail Premises 28
4.3 LEGISLATION AND STANDARDS 30
4.3.1 Secured by Design 30
4.3.2 CE Marking 31
4.3.3 Energy Rating Systems 31
4.3.4 British Fenestration Ratings Council 31
4.3.5 Sustainability and Recyclability 31
5. PRODUCT MIX 33
5.1 OVERVIEW 33
5.2 MIX BY FRAME MATERIAL 33
5.2.1 Aluminium 35
5.2.2 PVCu 35
5.2.3 Timber 36
5.2.4 Others 36
5.3 MIX BY END USE APPLICATION 37
5.3.1 Residential Sector 38
6. SUPPLIERS 41
6.1 OVERVIEW 41
6.2 TIMBER DOORS 42
6.2.1 Corporate Activity 42
6.2.2 Leading Suppliers 42
6.3 PVCU DOORS 44
6.3.1 Corporate Activity 44
6.3.2 Leading Suppliers 45
6.4 ALUMINIUM 47
6.4.1 Corporate Activity 47
6.4.2 Leading Suppliers 47
7. DISTRIBUTION 51
7.1 OVERVIEW 51
7.2 MAIN RESIDENTIAL DOOR DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS 52
7.2.1 Retail Window Companies 52
7.2.2 DIY Multiples 53
7.2.3 Specialist Doors Distributors 54
7.2.4 Builders Merchants 55
7.2.5 Catalogue Stores/Trade Counters/Internet, etc 56
APPENDIX 1. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 57
OVERVIEW AND OUTLOOK 57
KEY DATA 58
GDP 58
Inflation and Interest Rates 59
Employment and Wages 59
Household Consumption 60
Sterling 61

Tables & Charts

CHART 1: UK MARKET AND FORECAST FOR BI-FOLD DOORS 2014 TO 2023 BY VALUE (£M AT MSP) 9 CHART 2: UK MARKET SIZE AND FORECASTS FOR BI-FOLD DOORS 2014 TO 2023 – BY VALUE (£M AT MSP) 14
CHART 3: UK MARKET FOR BI-FOLD DOORS END USE SECTOR MIX 2014 AND 2019 – % BY VALUE 15 CHART 4: UK MARKET SIZE AND FORECASTS FOR BI-FOLD DOORS 2014 TO 2023 – BY VOLUME (‘000) 16
CHART 5: UK MARKET FOR BI-FOLD DOORS END USE SECTOR MIX 2019 (EST) – % BY VOLUME 17
CHART 6: UK MARKET FOR BI-FOLD DOORS – RESIDENTIAL MARKET SHARE BY TYPE (BI-FOLDS, SLIDING DOORS, FRENCH DOORS) 2018-19 – % BY VALUE 18
TABLE 7: HOUSE BUILDING STARTS AND COMPLETIONS (UK) 2014 TO 2023 – BY VOLUME (‘000 DWELLINGS) 23
TABLE 8: NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDER DEVELOPMENTS GRANTED IN GREAT BRITAIN 2014 TO 2019 – NUMBER 24
TABLE 9: UK RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS VALUED AT 40K OR ABOVE (NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED) 2013-2018 Q1-Q3 BY VOLUME (000’S) 25
CHART 10: HOUSEHOLD FINAL CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURE ON HOTEL AND RESTAURANT CATERING SERVICES 2015 TO 2019 – CURRENT PRICES (£M) 27
CHART 11: ENTERTAINMENT AND LEISURE CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT GROWTH AND FORECASTS (NEW WORK) 2014 TO 2023 – BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 28
CHART 12: OFFICES AND RETAIL OUTPUT GROWTH AND FORECASTS (NEW WORK) 2014 TO 2023 – BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 29
CHART 13: UK MARKET FOR BI-FOLD DOORS MIX BY FRAME MATERIAL TYPE (ALUMINIUM, TIMBER, PVCU, ETC) 2019 (EST) – % BY VOLUME 34
TABLE 14: UK MARKET FOR BI-FOLD DOORS MIX BY FRAME MATERIAL TYPE IN THE RESIDENTIAL AND NON-RESIDENTIAL SECTORS 2019 – % BY VOLUME 34
CHART 15: UK MARKET FOR BI-FOLD DOORS MIX BY END USE APPLICATION (RESIDENTIAL AND NON-RESIDENTIAL) 2011 TO 2019 – % BY VALUE 37
CHART 16: UK MARKET FOR BI-FOLD DOORS – MIX BY RESIDENTIAL END USE SECTOR (HOME IMPROVEMENT AND NEW BUILD) 201819 – % BY VOLUME 38
CHART 17: UK MARKET FOR BI-FOLD DOORS MIX BY NON-RESIDENTIAL END USE SECTOR (OFFICES, RETAIL, EDUCATION, LEISURE, ETC) 2018-19 – % BY VOLUME 39
CHART 18: GVA CHAINED VOLUME MEASURES 2015 TO 2019 – KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS 58 CHART 19: CPI INFLATION AND BANK OF ENGLAND BASE RATE 2008 TO 2023 59
CHART 20: AVERAGE WEEKLY EARNINGS DATA GB TOTAL PAY – 2014 TO 2019 (SEASONALLY ADJUSTED) 60
CHART 21: PDI AND SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 2008 TO 2023 60
CHART 22: EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2015-2019, STERLING TO THE DOLLAR AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES 61


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