US Demand in the Moulding and Trim Market: Profiles of Key Players Including Boral, Sierra Pacific and Westlake Chemical - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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This report examines the market for moulding and trim in the US.

Moulding and trim materials considered are:

  • natural wood, including stain-grade and paint-grade types
  • engineered wood
  • metal
  • plastic, including polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyurethane, and other polymer blends such as polystyrene and polypropylene
  • other materials, including precast concrete, synthetic stone veneers, fiber cement, wood-plastic composites, plaster, natural stone, and glass-reinforced

Demand for natural wood is further segmented into hardwood and softwood, and demand for plastic is broken out by resin type (PVC, polyurethane, and other).

The product segments encompass:

interior moulding, which:

  • includes baseboards, crown moulding, festoons, frets, medallions, pediments, pilasters, rosettes, and wainscotings
  • excludes columns, mantels, fireplace surrounds, ornamental grilles and registers, and interior shutters (these are consider other products for the purposes of this study)
  • stairwork, which encompasses both complete staircases and separately sold stair components but not staircases that are an integral part of on-site building construction, such as poured-in-place concrete stairs. The separately sold parts included here are treads, risers, banisters, balusters, and newels.
  • other moulding and trim products, which include decorative columns; exterior trim; fireplace surrounds; porch railings and components; trellises; and various other ornamental components such as mantels, interior columns and shutters, grilles, and cupolas

For the purposes of this study, interior moulding refers to interior moulding products used in conjunction with walls and ceilings, and stairwork refers to stair systems and components whether used in interior or exterior applications.

The major market segments analyzed are:

  • new residential
  • residential repair and remodeling
  • new commercial
  • commercial repair and remodeling

The residential building market is further segmented by housing type (e.g., single-family, multifamily, and manufactured housing). The commercial building market is also broken out by building type (e.g., institutional, retail and lodging, office, industrial, and all other commercial buildings). Additionally, demand for moulding and trim is analyzed by the US geographic regions and subregions.

Companies Mentioned

  • Boral
  • Builders FirstSource
  • Sierra Pacific
  • Westlake Chemical
  • Woodgrain Millwork

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Overview

  • Key Findings
  • Historical Market Trends
  • Supply & Demand
  • Trade
  • Moulding & Trim Demand by Material
  • Moulding & Trim Demand by Product
  • Moulding & Trim Demand by Market
  • Pricing Trends
  • Regulatory & Environmental Issues
  • Building Codes
  • Industry Standards
  • Environmental Considerations

3. Wood Moulding & Trim

  • Demand by Product
  • Demand by Market
  • Demand by Lumber Type
  • Key Suppliers

4. Engineered Wood Moulding & Trim

  • Demand by Product
  • Demand by Market
  • Advantages of Engineered Wood
  • Key Suppliers

5. Metal Moulding & Trim

  • Demand by Product
  • Demand by Market
  • Advantages of Metal

6. Plastic Moulding & Trim

  • Demand by Product
  • Demand by Market
  • Demand by Resin Type
  • Advantages of Plastic
  • Key Suppliers

7. Other Moulding & Trim Materials

  • Demand by Product
  • Demand by Market
  • Demand by Material
  • Fiber Cement
  • Synthetic Stone Veneer
  • Wood-Plastic Composite
  • Precast Concrete
  • Plaster

8. Interior Moulding

  • Demand Outlook
  • Demand by Material
  • Demand by Market
  • Key Suppliers

9. Stairwork

  • Demand by Location
  • Demand by Material
  • Demand by Market
  • Key Suppliers

10. Other Moulding & Trim Products

  • Demand by Location
  • Demand by Material
  • Demand by Market
  • Key Suppliers

11. Residential Buildings

  • Key Findings
  • Demand by Product
  • Demand by Material
  • Demand by Application
  • New vs. Repair & Remodel
  • New Residential: Demand by Product
  • New Residential: Demand by Material
  • Residential Repair & Remodeling: Demand by Product
  • Residential Repair & Remodeling: Demand by Material
  • Demand by Housing Type
  • Single-Family
  • Multifamily
  • Manufactured Housing

12. Commercial Buildings

  • Key Findings
  • Demand by Product
  • Demand by Material
  • Demand by Application
  • New vs. Remodel & Repair
  • New Commercial: Demand by Product
  • New Commercial: Demand by Material
  • Commercial Repair & Remodeling: Demand by Product
  • Commercial Repair & Remodeling: Demand by Material
  • Demand by Building Type
  • Institutional
  • Retail & Lodging
  • Office
  • Industrial
  • Other Commercial

13. Regions

  • Key Findings
  • Regional Demand for Moulding & Trim
  • Northeast
  • Midwest
  • South
  • West

14. Industry Structure

  • Key Findings & Industry Composition
  • Market Share
  • Manufacturing
  • Marketing
  • Distribution
  • Cooperative Agreements
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • List of Industry Participants

15. Appendix

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