Door and Window Fabricators Market Report – UK 2020-2024

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Door and Window Fabricators Market Report – UK 2020-2024

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The 9th edition of this report covers the door and window fabricators market from manufacture to distribution, with keen insight into product trends, market influences, future prospects and more.

 

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The 9th edition of the Door and Window Fabricators Market Report – UK 2020-2024 covers the door and window fabricators market from manufacture to distribution, with keen insight into product trends, market influences, future prospects and more. Incorporating original input and primary research, it represents an up-to-date and informed report on the overall market for windows and doors from a fabricator’s perspective.

Key content covered in the report

  • Analysis by product sector – Residential Windows and Doors, Conservatories, Commercial Windows, Curtain Wall, Ground Floor Treatments, Roof Glazing etc., market trends, key influencing factors and forecasts up to 2024.
  • Analysis by frame material and by application – covering home improvement, housebuilding, private & public sector, private commercial and industrial markets.
  • Extensive coverage of suppliers in the door & window manufacturing & fabrication industry including retail glazing companies, trade PVC-U systems fabricators, joinery manufacturers, aluminium systems fabricators, and specialist manufacturers.

Areas of particular interest

  • Market development in 2015-19 – upturn in residential construction but more difficult times for retail and office. Assessment of market direction in 2020 and impact of Covid-19.
  • Key product mix and material mix trends – PVCu, aluminium, timber and composites, material usage in key product sectors, market mix by volume and value.
  • Supply and distribution – extensive review of the fabricator market, retail glazing companies, PVCu systems fabricators, joinery manufacturers, aluminium systems, steel window manufacturers and specialists.
  • Market prospects to 2024 – key market drivers post 2020, impact of social distancing and safe working distance on demand for doors and windows in key end use sectors.

Some of the companies included:

Safestyle, Aperture, Epwin, UK Window Group, Jeld-Wen, Howden Joinery, Howarth Timber, Premdor, Saint Gobain Glass, Alumet, CMS Window Systems, Kaicer Building Envelope Systems, Dane Architectural, Crittall Windows, Distinction Doors, Door Stop International, IG Doors, Solidor, Rockdoor, Birtley Group, Anglian Home Improvements, Everest, Velux, Keylite, Fakro, Customade Group, A&B Glass Company, Dunraven Manufacturing, Starglaze Windows and Conservatories, Ultraframe, Nationwide Windows and more.


The Market

  • Overall door and window fabricators market – size and market mix by value, key general trends and underlying market drivers from 2015-19 outlook for 2020 and forecasts of future trends to 2024.
  • Analysis of residential windows sector by volume and value 2015-2020. Focus on both newbuild and replacement markets, analysis by frame material and end-user sector. Review of key market drivers and future prospects.
  • Analysis of commercial windows sector by value 2015-2020. Key market drivers. Mix by frame material.
  • Analysis of residential entrance doors sector by volume and value 2015-2020 – focus on both newbuild and replacement markets with each segmented by frame material and end-user sector. Details of key market drivers and future prospects.
  • Analysis of patio door sector by volume and value 2015-2020. Focus on both newbuild and replacement markets with each segmented by frame material and end-user sector – growth of bi-fold Details of key market drivers and future prospects.
  • Analysis of conservatory sector by volume and value 2015-2020. Segmentation by frame material. Details of key market drivers and future prospects.
  • Analysis of curtain wall sector by value 2015-2020. Key market drivers. Mix by frame material.
  • Analysis of roof glazing and ground floor treatment sectors by value 2015-2020. Key market drivers.

Supply and Distribution

  • Analysis of door and window fabrication sectors – retail glazing companies, PVC-U systems fabricators, aluminium systems fabricators, steel framed glazing manufacturers, timber window manufacturers and specialist suppliers, (e.g. bespoke contractors and composite door manufacturers). Changes in supply structure.
  • Review of retail glazing sector -market shares for leading companies. Changes in market structure.
  • Review of PVC-U fabricator sector split between trade fabricators and fabricator/installers. Turnover and volume output estimates for leading companies. Changes in structure -activity and performance summaries for leading companies.
  • Review of aluminium systems fabrication sector. Activity and performance summaries for leading companies.
  • Review of activities and performance of other leading manufacturers from other sectors including bespoke specialists, joinery, steel windows, rooflights and composite doors.

Market Prospects

  • Market prospects in 2020 – key drivers in door & window fabricators market and longer-term prospects up to 2024. Key growth sectors.
  • Overall trends in glazing industry – materials, sectors etc. Impact of changes on market structures.

Tables and Charts

  • There are 32 tables and charts included in this report.

Following the difficult trading conditions and low margins experienced following the Referendum vote of 2016, several years of Brexit negotiations and volatile conditions in the economy the UK door and window fabricator market has experienced challenges in sales to 2020. Additionally, the dramatic effects of the Covid-19 virus are yet to be fully understood but are already estimated to have seriously disrupted supply and demand for products. The outlook for 2020 is a significant fall in demand for products followed by a return to growth in subsequent years to 2024 underpinned by recovery from the effects of the Covid-19 crisis, conclusions to Brexit and stronger confidences with improved UK construction investment. The effects of Brexit on door and window fabricators will depend on the terms of the UK’s exit from the EU. Larger manufacturers and trade associations for the industry are considering different scenarios facing importers and exporters including companies importing and exporting to and from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. This is intended to help them plan for the likely changes brought about by Brexit in future.

As a maturing market the sector continues to face major challenges and opportunities presented by a volatile market against a backdrop of oversupply. Many changes have taken place in this market including products, materials, methods of distribution, competitive structure and marketing techniques. Our report details corporate changes in this market, as well as discussing key issues influencing it, such as ‘green’ issues, energy efficiency and other important factors.

Contents Listing

1. INTRODUCTION 8
1.1 BACKGROUND 8
1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION 9
2. SUMMARY AND FUTURE PROSPECTS 10
2.1 SUMMARY 10
2.2 MARKET PROSPECTS 12
3. THE MARKET 14
3.1 MARKET DEFINITION 14
3.2 OVERALL MARKET SIZE AND PROSPECTS 15
3.3 COVID-19 CRISIS- EFFECT ON THE INDUSTRY 18
3.4 KEY END USER MARKETS 21
3.4.1 Replacement Domestic Door and Window Sector 21
3.4.2 New Housebuilding Sector 24
3.4.3 Social Housing Sector 27
3.4.4 Commercial Building Sector 30
3.4.5 The House Moving Market 31
3.5 TRADE ASSOCIATIONS, STANDARDS AND LEGISLATIVE INFLUENCES 32
3.5.1 Trade Associations 33
3.5.2 Standards and Legislation 35
3.6 ENVIRONMENTAL TRENDS 37
3.7 RAW MATERIALS AND OVERHEAD PRICE TREND 38
3.7.1 Oil Prices 39
3.7.2 Waste Initiatives 39
3.7.3 Glass Prices 39
3.7.4 Fittings 39
3.8 DEVELOPMENT OF KEY MATERIALS 39
3.8.1 Higher Specification Trends 39
3.8.2 Materials 40
4. PRODUCT MIX 44
4.1 MARKET SEGMENTATION 44
4.2 RESIDENTIAL WINDOWS 47
4.2.1 Overall UK Market for Fabricated Residential Windows 47
4.2.2 Replacement Market for Residential Windows 48
4.2.3 Distribution by Sector 50
4.2.4 Newbuild Market for Residential Windows 51
4.3 CONSERVATORIES 51
4.3.1 Market Size by Volume and Value 52
4.3.2 Frame Materials Mix 53
4.4 COMMERCIAL WINDOWS 54
4.4.1 Market Size 54
4.4.2 Frame Materials 55
4.5 RESIDENTIAL ENTRANCE DOORS 57
4.5.1 Overall Market for Residential Entrance Doors 57
4.5.2 Replacement Market for Residential Entrance Doors 58
4.5.3 Newbuild Market for Residential Entrance Doors 60
4.6 RESIDENTIAL PATIO DOORS 60
4.6.1 Overall Market for Patio Doors 60
4.6.2 Patio Door Frame Materials 61
4.7 GROUND FLOOR TREATMENTS/ENTRANCE SYSTEMS 63
4.8 CURTAIN WALL 64
4.9 ROOF GLAZING 67
5. SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION 69
5.1 LARGE AND REGIONAL RETAIL GLAZING COMPANIES 71
5.2 PVCU SYSTEMS FABRICATORS 75
5.2.1 Leading PVCu Systems Fabricators 76
5.3 JOINERY MANUFACTURERS 84
5.4 ALUMINIUM SYSTEMS FABRICATORS 88
5.5 STEEL WINDOWS MANUFACTURERS 92
5.6 SPECIALISTS 93
5.6.1 Bespoke Façade and Roof Glazing Companies 93
5.6.2 Composite Door Manufacturers 96
5.6.3 Rooflight Manufacturers 98
5.6.4 Glazed Commercial Entrance Door Systems Suppliers 100
APPENDICES 103
APPENDIX A: ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 103
A.1 OVERVIEW AND OUTLOOK 103
A.2 GDP 103
A.3 INFLATION & INTEREST RATES 104
A.4 EMPLOYMENT & WAGES 106
A.5 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION 106
A.6 STERLING 107

Tables & Charts

TABLE 1: THE UK DOOR AND WINDOW FABRICATORS MARKET 2015 TO 2024 – BY VALUE (£M MSP) 10
TABLE 2: UK DOOR & WINDOW FABRICATORS MARKET 2015 TO 2024 – BY VALUE (£M AT TRADE PRICES) 16
CHART 3: THE UK DOOR & WINDOW FABRICATORS MARKET SHARE BY PRODUCT GROUP 2015 TO 2020 – BY VALUE (£M AT TRADE PRICES) 18
CHART 4: NEW HOUSING STARTS AND COMPLETIONS (GB) 2015 TO 2021 – BY VOLUME (DWELLINGS) 25
CHART 5: HOUSEBUILDING COMPLETIONS IN ENGLAND2009/10 TO 2018/19 – % MIX BY TYPE OF DWELLING (HOUSES/FLATS) 26
TABLE 6: ENGLAND DWELLING STOCK BY TENURE 2013 TO 2018 – BY VOLUME (000’S OF DWELLINGS) 28
CHART 7: HOUSING STOCK BY COUNTRY AND TENURE (UK) 2018 – % OF DWELLINGS 29
CHART 8: SECURED GROSS LENDING TO INDIVIDUALS AND HOUSING ASSOCIATIONS 2012 TO 2019 – MAT (£MILLION) 32
CHART 9: UK FABRICATORS MARKET BY PRODUCT SECTOR 2019 – % BY VALUE 45
TABLE 10: UK MARKET FOR RESIDENTIAL WINDOWS 2015 TO 2020 – BY VALUE (£M AT TRADE PRICES) AND BY VOLUME (000 UNITS) 47
CHART 11: UK RESIDENTIAL WINDOWS MARKET REPLACEMENT WINDOWS SECTOR DISTRIBUTION MIX 2019 – % BY VALUE 50
TABLE 12: UK CONSERVATORY MARKET 2015 TO 2020 – BY VOLUME (000 UNITS) AND VALUE (£M MSP) 52
CHART 13: UK CONSERVATORIES MARKET MIX BY FRAME MATERIAL 2019 – % BY VOLUME 53
TABLE 14: UK MARKET FOR FABRICATED COMMERCIAL WINDOWS 2015 TO 2020 – BY VALUE (£M AT TRADE PRICES) 54
CHART 15: UK MARKET FOR COMMERCIAL WINDOWS BY FRAME MATERIAL 2019 – % BY INSTALLED VALUE 56
TABLE 16: UK MARKET FOR RESIDENTIAL ENTRANCE DOORS 2015 TO 2020 – BY VOLUME (000 UNITS) AND VALUE (£M AT MSP) 57
CHART 17: REPLACEMENT RESIDENTIAL DOORS MIX BY FRAME MATERIAL 2019 – % BY VALUE 59
TABLE 18: UK MARKET FOR PATIO DOORS 2015 TO 2020 – BY VOLUME (000 UNITS) AND VALUE (£M MSP) 61
CHART 19: MIX OF PATIO DOORS BY FRAME MATERIAL 2019 – % BY VALUE 62
TABLE 20: THE UK MARKET FOR FABRICATED GROUND FLOOR TREATMENTS 2015 TO 2020 – BY VALUE (£M MSP) 63
TABLE 21: THE UK FABRICATORS MARKET FOR CURTAIN WALL 2015 TO 2020 – BY VALUE (£M MSP EQUIVALENT) 66
TABLE 22: UK MARKET FOR ROOF GLAZING 2015 TO 2020 – BY VALUE (£M MSP) 68
CHART 23: UK REPLACEMENT DOOR AND WINDOW RETAIL SHARES 2019 – % BY VALUE 72
CHART 24: DISTRIBUTION STRUCTURE PVCU WINDOWS AND DOORS 75
TABLE 25: LEADING TRADE DOOR AND WINDOW FABRICATORS BY TURNOVER 2015 TO 2018 – £M 77
CHART 26: UK DISTRIBUTION STRUCTURE FOR TIMBER DOORS AND WINDOWS 85
CHART 27: UK DISTRIBUTION STRUCTURE ALUMINIUM DOORS AND WINDOWS 89
CHART A1: GVA CHAINED VOLUME MEASURES KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS 2015-2020 104
CHART A2: CPI INFLATION AND BANK OF ENGLAND BASE RATE 2008 TO 2023 105
CHART A3: AVERAGE WEEKLY EARNINGS DATA (GB) TOTAL PAY 2014 TO 2019 – SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 106
CHART A4: DISPOSABLE INCOME PER CAPITA AND SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 2008-2023 107
CHART A5: EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2015-2019 – STERLING TO THE DOLLAR AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES 108

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