Door and Window Fittings Market Report – UK 2018-2022


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Door and Window Fittings Market Report – UK 2018-2022

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The report provides detailed analysis of all major product groups within the market and contains insight into all major trends and issues impacting the market & a review of the supply and distribution channels.

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The 12th edition of the 'Door and Window Fittings Market Report - UK 2018-2022' provides detailed insight into the market as well as covering all major product areas. The report provides detailed analysis of all major product groups within the door and window fittings market and contains insight into all major trends and issues impacting the market as well as a review of the supply and distribution channels.

Product areas covered in the report

  • Locks - mortice, espagnolettes, multi-point, rim latches, window locks, latches.
  • Handles - windows and doors.
  • Hinges - butt hinges, friction hinges, casement stays.
  • General - door closers, ventilators, tilt 'n' turn, patio gearing, sliding gear, balances, exit hardware, signs, letterplates etc.

Areas of particular interest

  • Analysis of the overall door and window market, and is influence on the fittings market as a whole.
  • A review of key issues affecting the door and window fittings market including: analysis of major end use sectors, review of construction, legislation and standards, environmental trends and international trade.
  • Analysis of product sectors within the market, including product shares.
  • Review of supply and distribution channels including market shares and company profiles for leading organisations.

Some of the companies included

Allegion, Allgood, Arran Isle, ASSA Abloy, Avocet Hardware, B&Q, Carl F Groupco, Cotswold Architectural Products, DGS Group, EM-B Group, ERA Home Security, George Boyd, Geze UK, Gilgen Door Systems, Grafton, Gretsch-Unitas (GU), Häfele, Homebase, Hoppe (UK), John Planck, Laidlaw Ironmongery, Lloyd Worral, MACO UK, Roto Frank, Saint Gobain, Screwfix, Titon Hardware, Travis Perkins Group, VBH (GB), Winkhaus, Wolseley

THE WINDOW & DOOR MARKET

  • Market size from 2013 to 2017 - including review of major trends within the market.
  • Overview of product mix within the door & window fabricators' market.
  • Analysis of changing trends in frame and door leaf materials and review of trends within each material sector.

DOOR & WINDOW FITTINGS MARKET

  • Total market size 2013-2017, key trends and market forecasts, with forecasts through to 2022.
  • Sales mix of major product groups.
  • Key influencing factors - review of housing and construction market - with forecasts to 2020.
  • Analysis of supply and distribution structure for fittings - influence of leading groups, industry rationalisation, acquisition activity, strengths/weaknesses of major distribution channels, recent developments, future trends.
  • Major suppliers in the market - market shares in 2017, areas of strength, company profiles.
  • Review of major distribution channels - merchants, DIY, independents, architectural ironmongers, door & window fabricators, systems, distributors, locksmiths - shares and major players in each.

LOCKS & HANDLES

  • Market size by value 2013-2022, trends, market drivers, effects of current climate - prospects to 2022.
  • Product mix - share estimates for rim, mortice, multi-point etc - door locks, window locks, product developments and trends, growth in electronic security systems.
  • Suppliers & distribution - major suppliers by sector 2017 - retail, commercial, direct sell replacement market. Role of distributors/ suppliers, supply structure and market share estimates. Distribution channel mix 2017, strengths and weaknesses, trends and changes in distribution.

HINGES/STAYS & OTHER FITTINGS

  • Market size 2013-2022 - product mix; butt hinges, friction hinges, door closers, ventilators, tilt'n'turn, signs/number plates, letterplates, bolts/padlocks/chains, etc. Changing market trends, prospects to 2022.
  • Market trends - areas of growth/decline, changes in building regulations, market prospects.
  • Suppliers & Distribution - leading suppliers, different supply structure/customer base, growth of imports, friction hinge market shares. Review of key distribution channels, role of distributors, future trends
  • Each sector reviewed separately, importance of domestic/commercial applications, product trends, key influences, major suppliers and distribution channels for each sector. Future prospects.

Within our definition, the market for door and window fittings has seen moderate growth of around 3% in 2017. This is lower than in 2016, in line with slowing growth rates for the construction market as a whole. The door & window fittings market is closely linked to the door and window fabrication and installation market and the glazing industry in general – a mature market which has shown some steady growth in recent years, as consumer confidence and the economy improved.

Locks and handles represent the two major product sectors, together accounting for over half of the fittings market. Door closers now account for an estimated 15%, having shown stronger than average growth in recent years. New product development tends to be influenced by a number of factors including fashion, legislation and in response to technical issues. Higher security standards play a significant role in product development and improvement. Partnerships between manufacturers and fabricators also stimulate the development of new products.

Polarisation is a striking feature of this market which is characterised at one end by high value, high specification products and low cost, basic product ranges at the other end. Lower value sectors of the market continue to experience significant downward pressure on average prices due to increasing import penetration. The UK door and window fittings market has seen a slowing of merger and acquisition activity in the last two years, following a significant consolidation of suppliers in previous years, and the industry remains highly fragmented and competitive.

For 2018 and beyond, forecasts indicate marginal but positive growth, based on improving housing and construction markets – though growth will be constrained by price pressure and strong competition. The outlook for the UK construction market remains positive through to 2021, with improving growth for both residential and non-residential sectors from 2019, although ongoing uncertainty over the impact of Brexit on the wider economy continues to dampen forecasts for medium-term growth.

Contents Listing

  1. 1 INTRODUCTION 7
  2. 1.1 BACKGROUND 7
  3. 1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION 7
  4. 2. SUMMARY & FUTURE PROSPECTS 9
  5. 2.1 SUMMARY 9
  6. 2.2 FUTURE PROSPECTS 10
  7. 3. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 11
  8. 3.1 GDP 11
  9. 3.2 INFLATION & INTEREST RATES 12
  10. 3.3 UNEMPLOYMENT 14
  11. 3.4 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION 14
  12. 3.5 HOUSING & CONSTRUCTION 15
  13. 3.6 STERLING 15
  14. 3.7 POPULATION PROFILE 16
  15. 3.8 CONCLUSIONS 16
  16. 4. UK WINDOW & DOOR MARKET 18
  17. 4.1 OVERVIEW 18
  18. 4.2 MARKET SIZE & TRENDS 18
  19. 4.3 OVERALL PRODUCT AND APPLICATION MIX 19
  20. 4.4 FRAME AND DOOR LEAF MATERIALS 20
  21. 5. DOOR & WINDOW FITTINGS MARKET 24
  22. 5.1 MARKET OVERVIEW 24
  23. 5.2 MARKET SIZE & TRENDS 24
  24. 5.3 MARKET PROSPECTS 26
  25. 5.4 PRODUCT MIX 26
  26. 5.5 INTERNATIONAL TRADE 27
  27. 5.6 KEY END-USE SECTORS 29
  28. 5.6.1 Domestic Door and Window Replacement Market 29
  29. 5.6.2 New Housebuilding Market 30
  30. 5.6.3 Public Sector Housebuilding 31
  31. 5.7 KEY MARKET INFLUENCES - CONSTRUCTION 31
  32. 5.7.1 Overall UK Construction Market 31
  33. 5.7.2 Housebuilding Market 32
  34. 5.7.3 The UK Social Housing Market 34
  35. 5.7.4 Non-Residential Construction Sector 35
  36. 5.8 LEGISLATION AND STANDARDS 37
  37. 5.8.1 Building Regulations 37
  38. 5.8.2 Secured by Design 37
  39. 5.8.3 The Equality Act 2010 38
  40. 5.8.4 CE Marking 38
  41. 5.9 ENVIRONMENTAL TRENDS 38
  42. 6. PRODUCT SECTORS 39
  43. 6.1 LOCKS & LATCHES 39
  44. 6.1.1 Market Size and Trends 39
  45. 6.1.2 Product Mix 42
  46. 6.1.3 Supply & Distribution 43
  47. 6.2 HANDLES 46
  48. 6.2.1 Market Size & Trends 46
  49. 6.2.2 Product Mix 47
  50. 6.2.3 Supply & Distribution 48
  51. 6.3 HINGES/STAYS 50
  52. 6.3.1 Market Size & Trends 50
  53. 6.3.2 Product Mix 51
  54. 6.3.3 Supply & Distribution 52
  55. 6.4 OTHER SECTORS 54
  56. 6.4.1 Door Closers 55
  57. 6.4.2 Ventilators 55
  58. 6.4.3 Window Locks/Bolts/Padlocks/Chains 56
  59. 6.4.4 Tilt 'n' Turn/Patio Gearing 56
  60. 6.4.5 Sliding Door Gear 56
  61. 6.4.6 Sign/Number Plates/Letterplates 57
  62. 6.4.7 Others 57
  63. 7. SUPPLIERS 59
  64. 7.1 INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 59
  65. 7.2 OVERALL MARKET SHARE 59
  66. 7.3 COMPANY PROFILES 60
  67. 8. DISTRIBUTION 65
  68. 8.1 DISTRIBUTION STRUCTURE 65
  69. 8.2 OVERALL DISTRIBUTION SHARES 65
  70. 8.3 DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS 66
  71. 8.3.1 Door & Window Fabricators 66
  72. 8.3.2 DIY Multiples 66
  73. 8.3.3 Builders Merchants/Joinery Centres 67
  74. 8.3.4 Architectural Ironmongers 69
  75. 8.3.5 DIY/Hardware Independents 69
  76. 8.3.6 Other Channels 70

Tables & Charts

  1. CHART 1: UK DOOR & WINDOW FITTINGS MARKET AND FORECASTS 2011 - 2021 - BY VALUE (£M MSP) 9
  2. TABLE 2: GDP DATA - 2015-2017 - KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS 12
  3. CHART 3: INTEREST RATES AND INFLATION (CPI) FROM 2000-2021 13
  4. CHART 4: PDI & SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 2000-2021 14
  5. TABLE 5: EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2013-2019 - STERLING TO THE DOLLAR, AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES 16
  6. TABLE 6: THE UK DOOR & WINDOW FABRICATORS MARKET 2010 TO 2020 - BY VALUE AT TRADE PRICES (£M MSP) 18
  7. CHART 7: UK DOOR & WINDOW FABRICATORS MARKET 2016 SHARE BY PRODUCT GROUP (RESI WINDOWS, COMMERCIAL/ROOF GLAZING, CURTAIN WALLING, PATIO/RESI DOORS, CONSERVATORIES ETC) 19
  8. CHART 8: UK FOR DOOR & WINDOW FITTINGS MARKET AND FORECASTS 2011-2021 - BY VALUE (£M MSP) 25
  9. TABLE 9: UK DOOR & WINDOW FITTINGS MARKET SALES BY PRODUCT GROUP (LOCKS, HANDLES, HINGES, DOOR CLOSERS, VENTILATORS, GEARING, BOLTS/CHAINS ETC) - BY VALUE (£M MSP) AND SHARE (%) 27
  10. TABLE 10: IMPORTS OF DOOR AND WINDOW FITTINGS 2010 TO 2016 - BY VALUE (£M) 28
  11. TABLE 11: EXPORTS OF DOOR AND WINDOW FITTINGS 2010 TO 2016 - BY VALUE (£M) 28
  12. CHART 12: UK DOOR & WINDOW FITTINGS MARKET SHARE BY END-USE SECTOR 29
  13. TABLE 13: CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT GREAT BRITAIN 2012 TO 2017 BY VALUE (£ BILLION AT CURRENT PRICES) 32
  14. TABLE 14: HOUSEBUILDING COMPLETIONS (GB) PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SECTORS 2012-2017 - BY VOLUME 33
  15. CHART 15: HOUSEBUILDING COMPLETIONS IN ENGLAND MIX BY TYPE OF DWELLING (HOUSES/FLATS) 2009-2015 - % 33
  16. CHART 16: UK HOUSING STOCK BY COUNTRY AND TENURE 2016 (%) 34
  17. CHART 17: NON-RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT (GB) NEW WORK AND RMI ANALYSIS 2011 TO 2021 - BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 36
  18. CHART 18: UK DOOR & WINDOW LOCKS MARKET AND FORECASTS 2011 - 2021 BY VALUE (£M) MSP 40
  19. TABLE 19: UK DOOR & WINDOW LOCKS MARKET 2011-2021 - BY VALUE (£M MSP) 41
  20. CHART 20: UK DOOR LOCK MARKET FOR HOUSING BY PRODUCT TYPE (MULTI-POINT, MORTICE, RIM LATCH) 2017 - % BY VOLUME 42
  21. TABLE 21: UK LOCK MARKET SHARE FOR KEY SUPPLIERS 2017 - % BY VALUE 44
  22. TABLE 22: MAIN DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL SHARE FOR LOCKS 2017 - % BY VALUE 45
  23. CHART 23: UK DOOR & WINDOW HANDLES MARKET AND FORECASTS 2011 - 2021 BY VALUE (£M MSP) 47
  24. CHART 24: UK MARKET FOR DOOR & WINDOW HANDLES PRODUCT MIX 2017 - % BY VOLUME 48
  25. TABLE 25: UK MARKET FOR DOOR AND WINDOW HANDLES DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL SHARE 2017 - % BY VALUE 49
  26. CHART 26: UK DOOR AND WINDOW HINGE/STAY MARKET AND FORECASTS 2011-2021 - BY VALUE (£M MSP) 51
  27. CHART 27: UK MARKET FOR DOOR AND WINDOW HINGES/STAYS MIX BY PRODUCT TYPE (BUTT, FRICTION & OTHERS) 2017 - % BY VALUE 52
  28. TABLE 28: UK MARKET FOR WINDOW AND DOOR HINGES/STAY CHANNELS OF DISTRIBUTION 2017 - % BY VALUE 53
  29. TABLE 29: UK GENERAL HARDWARE MARKET (DOOR CLOSERS, VENTILATORS, SPECIALIST PRODUCTS, ETC) 2017 - BY VALUE (£M MSP) AND % 54
  30. TABLE 30: UK DOOR & WINDOW FITTINGS MARKET LEADING SUPPLIERS 2017 - % SHARE BY VALUE 60
  31. TABLE 31: UK DOOR & WINDOW FITTINGS MARKET MAIN DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS 2017 - BY VALUE (£M MSP) AND SHARE (%) 65
  32. CHART 32: DIY MULTIPLES MARKET SHARE 2016 67
  33. CHART 33: BUILDERS MERCHANTS MARKET SHARES 2016 68

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