DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "The PVC Window Door & Conservatory Industry Market & Forecasts to 2020" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The Window, Door and Conservatory Industry Forecasts are produced three times annually. As with all our industry forecasts concentrates on the demand for PVC window profile, windows, doors and conservatories over the period 2012 to 2020.
Forecasts are expressed as:
- Number of units (windows, doors and conservatories);
- Volume of PVC profile, expressed in tonnes, to produce the product ranges by product line, sector and in total;
- Values at Systems Company, fabricator and installed level by product line, and sector.
Unlike other forecasts that are based upon opinions sought from within the industry, this forecast is based on independently researched facts that are fed into our forecasting model that uses a building block process to establish volumes and values for:
- First-time replacements - for both windows and doors;
- Second-time replacements - for both windows and doors;
- New house building;
- Home extensions.
The report also broadens the range of information for companies that are especially interested in specific sectors whether it is housing improvement, new house building or the non-housing sectors. Part 4 of the report provides both market volumes and values at systems company, fabricator and installer levels sub dividing the totals of the products into the five sectors as set out below:
- Private housing improvement - this embraces first time replacements, second time replacements and home extensions.
- Social housing improvement - this embraces improvements to housing stock owned by housing associations and local authorities.
- Social housing new build - new social (public) house building
- Private housing new build - new private house building.
- Non housing applications - such as schools, hospitals, retail premises, hotels, factories, warehouses, public buildings and care homes.
Where possible hard information is used with other authoritative sources including:
- Updated forecasts and predictions for new house building as published in Autumn 2017 by Experian Construction Forecasts and DCLG (Department of Communities and Local Government);
- Updated forecasts and predictions for Repair, Maintenance and Improvement (RMI) in the housing and non-housing sectors. RMI trends have been a reliable indicator for growth in both the conservatory, window and door replacement market.
- The latest economic forecasts from the ITEM Club published Autumn 2017; English Housing Survey - DCLG;
- Planning statistics - DCLG/Scottish Executive/DOE Northern Ireland;
- Listed Buildings - English Heritage/Historic Scotland/DOE Northern Ireland/Britannia; Other statistics from The Office of National Statistics;
We have also sought the views of UK systems companies, hardware companies and fabricators. Some of the information has been provided to us in detail and on a confidential basis such that we are able to use it to compile trends and build up a model. Additional Information has been obtained from published company reports, business journals, web sites, official statistics and a number of other surveys.
We have set out to provide the best possible forecast for the industry. This has been done by breaking it down into small elements (the building block approach) providing the best chance of a good quality forecast and offers the user of the report the opportunity to critique or adapt in detail. Within the body of this forecast are the assumptions that have been used together with sources of information upon which predictions are based. As ever, we welcome feedback which might help improve these forecasts.
Key Topics Covered:
Part 1: Introduction and Summary
1. Introduction and Summary
Part 2: Window, Door and Conservatory Volume Forecast
2. Window Volumes
3. Door Volumes
4. Total PVC Profile Volume
Part 3:Construction Industry and Economic Forecasts
5. Construction Industry Forecasts
6. the UK Economic Outlook
Part 4: Sector Volume and Value Forecasts
7. Volume and Values by Sector
For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/kqplq9/united_kingdom?w=4