US Market for Wood and Competitive Decking - Key Factors Affecting Decking Demand - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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This study analyzes US demand for decking by product, market, and region. Decks are defined as unroofed, floored areas that are attached to the exterior of a structure. Typically, they are located at the rear of a building. This study encompasses deck boards, which are used to make the floor of the deck, as well as railing systems (consisting of a top rail, spindles, and bottom rail) and other built-in accessories, such as stairs, benches, and planter boxes.

Decking products are broken out by:

  • Wood: pressure treated wood (southern yellow pine, ponderosa pine, douglas and hemlock fir, and other treated wood, such as cypress, Siberian larch, birch, maple, and ash), redwood, cedar, tropical hardwood - such as ipe, mahogany, teak, tigerwood, cambara, garapa, cumaru, balau, and meranti - and other wood species, such as untreated white oak and black walnut, as well as other types of oak
  • wood-plastic composite, which can be segmented by plastic type and surface treatment: plastic type: wood-polyethylene and other combinations such wood-PVC and wood-polypropylene, surface treatment: capstock-coated and uncoated varieties. Capstock-coated composite decking is encapsulated with a plastic resin, usually either PVC or an acrylic compound
  • plastic and other materials: plastic: vinyl, including both standard and cellular PVC; polyethylene; polystyrene; polypropylene; and laminated PVC membranes, other materials including fiberglass, aluminum and other metals, concrete, stone, and nonwood composites

The major market segments analyzed are:

  • new residential
  • residential renovation
  • new commercial
  • commercial renovation
  • new nonbuilding
  • nonbuilding renovation

The residential building market is further segmented by housing type (single-family, multifamily, and manufactured housing). Commercial structures on which decks are usually installed include bars, restaurants, hotels, casinos, resorts, spas, and other entertainment facilities.

The non-building segment encompasses decks that are not attached to a building. The majority of these decks are located in coastal or other waterfront areas and include boardwalks, docks, marinas, and piers. Non-building decks also include walkways and platforms at national, state, or local parks; amusement parks; water parks; and playgrounds. In many cases, decks in these applications are built through municipal or other government contracts.

Companies Mentioned

  • AZEK
  • Fortune Brands
  • Trex
  • Westlake Chemical

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Overview

  • Key Findings
  • Foreign Trade & Tariffs
  • Historical Market Trends
  • Decking Demand by Product
  • Definition & Scope
  • Volume Demand (Lineal Feet)
  • Value Demand
  • Decking Demand by Market
  • Decking Substructure Demand
  • Pricing Trends

3. Factors Affecting Decking Demand

  • Construction Industry Outlook
  • Regulatory & Environmental Trends
  • Building Codes
  • Timber Harvesting, Recyclability, & Treated Lumber
  • Decking Installation & Labor Shortages
  • Lifecycle Costs
  • Style Trends & Aesthetic Appeal
  • Outdoor Living Trends

4. Wood Decking

  • Wood Decking: Volume & Value Demand
  • Types of Wood Decking
  • Demand by Wood Type
  • Pressure-Treated Wood
  • Redwood
  • Cedar
  • Tropical Hardwood & Other Wood Types
  • Wood Decking: Demand by Market
  • Wood Decking: Demand by Application (New vs. Renovation)
  • Wood Decking: Demand by Installation Method
  • Wood Decking: Suppliers

5. Wood-Plastic Composite Decking

  • Wood-Plastic Composite Decking: Volume & Value Demand
  • Wood-Plastic Composite Decking: Demand by Plastic Type
  • Wood-Plastic Composite Decking: Demand by Market
  • Wood-Plastic Composite Decking: Demand by Application (New vs. Renovation)
  • Wood-Plastic Composite Decking: Demand by Installation Method
  • Wood-Plastic Composite Decking: Demand by Surface Treatment
  • Market Share

6. Plastic & Other Decking

  • Plastic & Other Decking: Volume & Value Demand
  • Plastic & Other Decking: Demand by Market
  • Plastic Decking
  • Plastic Decking: Demand by Material
  • Vinyl Decking Demand by Function
  • Vinyl Decking Demand by Type
  • Polyethylene & Other Plastic Decking
  • Plastic Decking Market Share
  • Other Decking Product Demand

7. Residential Building Markets

  • Key Findings
  • Residential Building Demand by Application & Product
  • New Residential
  • Residential Renovation
  • Residential Housing Types
  • Demand by Housing Type
  • Single-Family Housing
  • Multifamily Housing
  • Manufactured Housing

8. Commercial & Nonbuilding Markets

  • Key Findings
  • Commercial Markets
  • Commercial Markets Demand by Application & Product
  • New Commercial
  • Commercial Renovation
  • Nonbuilding Markets
  • Nonbuilding Markets Demand by Application & Product
  • New Nonbuilding
  • Nonbuilding Renovation

9. Regions

  • Key Findings
  • Demand by Region
  • Northeast
  • Midwest
  • South
  • West

10. Industry Structure

  • Key Findings & Industry Composition
  • Market Share
  • Wood Decking
  • Wood-Plastic Composite, Plastic, & Other Decking Materials
  • Product Development
  • Manufacturing
  • Marketing
  • Distribution
  • Cooperative Agreements
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • List of Industry Participants

11. Appendix

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