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US roofing market to surpass $15 billion in 2012

US roofing demand is forecast to grow nearly two percent per annum through 2012 to 280 million squares, valued at over $15 billion. Gains will be sparked by a more favorable outlook for new residential construction. After a period of sustained growth, housing construction contracted sharply in 2006 and 2007, resulting in a net decline in new residential roofing demand over the 2002-2007 period. As housing construction recovers through 2012, demand for roofing is projected to surge.

Reroofing will remain largest application

While new roofing applications are expected to grow the fastest through 2012, the majority of demand will continue to come from reroofing applications. In 2007, reroofing accounted for more than three-quarters of total roofing demand.

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INTRODUCTION
I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT
General
Macroeconomic Environment
Consumer Income & Spending
Personal Income & Expenditures
Consumer Financing
Demographic Trends
Population
Households
Building Construction Trends
Residential Construction


Housing Outlook
Housing Stock
Improvements & Repairs

Nonresidential Construction


Construction Expenditures
Improvements & Repairs
Nonresidential Building Stock

Pricing Trends
Installed Costs
Historical Market Trends
Materials & Technology Trends
Legislation & Regulatory Considerations
General Regulatory Issues
Energy Savings & Cool Roofs
Green Roofs
Solar Energy Issues
Environmental Concerns
Foreign Trade
III. PRODUCTS
General
Asphalt Shingles
Demand by Product & Material
Producers
Product Characteristics
Cost Factors
Bituminous Low-Slope Roofing
Producers
Product Characteristics


Modified Bitumen Systems
Built-Up Roofing (BUR) Systems
Primary Roll Roofing

Cost Factors
Bituminous Sheet Roofing Consumed


Asphaltic Sheet Roofing
Coal Tar Sheet Roofing
Standard Roofing Felts
Modified Bitumen Membranes

Metal Roofing
Demand by Type
Producers
Product Characteristics
Cost Factors
Elastomeric Roofing
Demand by Type
Product Characteristics
Cost Factors
Roofing Tile
Demand by Type
Producers
Product Characteristics
Cost Factors
Plastic Roofing
Demand by Type
Producers
Product Characteristics


Thermoplastic Olefins
Polyvinyl Chloride
Spray Polyurethane Foams
Other Plastic Roofing Products

Cost Factors
Wood Shingles & Shakes
Demand by Type
Product Characteristics
Cost Factors
Other Roofing Materials
Composite & Recycled Roofing
Green Roofs
Photovoltaic Roofing
All Other Roofing
IV. MARKETS
General
Residential
New
Reroofing
Demand by Housing Type


Single-Family
Multifamily
Manufactured Housing

Nonresidential
New
Reroofing
Demand by Building Type


Office & Commercial
Industrial
Institutional
Other Nonresidential

Demand by Slope
V. REGIONS
General
Regional Demographic & Economic Trends
Population Patterns
Economic Outlook
Construction Activity
Housing Trends
Regional Demand for Roofing
Northeast


New England
Middle Atlantic

Midwest


East North Central
West North Central

South


South Atlantic
East South Central
West South Central

West
Mountain
Pacific
VI. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
General
Industry Composition & Market Share
Market Leaders


GAFMC
CertainTeed
Firestone Building Products
Owens Corning
Other Leaders

Product Segment Leaders
Product Development & Manufacturing
Competitive Strategies
Marketing
Distribution
Financial Issues
Mergers & Acquisitions
Cooperative Agreements
Company Profiles
AEP Span, see BlueScope Steel
Allied Building Products Corporation, see CRH plc
American Buildings Company, see Nucor
American Pacific Wood Products, see Clarke Group
Architectural Metal Systems, see Nucor
ASC Profiles, see BlueScope Steel
ATAS International Incorporated
Atlas Roofing Corporation, see Hood Companies
Bakor Incorporated, see Henry Company
BASF SE
Berkshire Hathaway Incorporated
Bitec Incorporated, see Index SpA
BlueScope Steel Limited
BMCA, see Building Materials Corporation of America
Boral Limited
Bridgestone Corporation
Building Materials Corporation of America
Canroof Corporation, see IKO Group
Carlisle Companies Incorporated
Ceco Building Systems, see NCI Building Systems
CertainTeed Corporation, see Saint-Gobain
Clarke Group
CRH plc
DECRA Roofing Systems, see Fletcher Building
Duro-Last Roofing Incorporated
EcoStar Incorporated, see Carlisle Companies
ElkCorp, see Building Materials Corporation of America
Euramax International Incorporated
Fabral Incorporated, see Euramax International
Fiberteq LLC, see IKO Group and Owens Corning
Fletcher Building Limited
GAF Materials Corporation, see Building Materials Corporation of America
GenFlex Roofing Systems, see Bridgestone
Gerard Roofing Technologies Incorporated, see Metals USA
Hanson plc, see HeidelbergCement
HeidelbergCement AG
Henry Company
Hood Companies
Hunter Panels LLC, see Carlisle Companies
Hyload Roofing Systems, see IKO Group
IB Roof Systems
Icopal A/S
IKO Group
Index SpA
Johns Manville Corporation, see Berkshire Hathaway
JPS Industries Incorporated
Kirby Building Systems, see Nucor
Koppers Incorporated
Lafarge SA
Ludowici Roof Tile, see Terreal
MAGNATRAX Corporation, see Nucor
Metal Building Components LP, see NCI Building Systems
Metals USA Incorporated
Monier Group GmbH 
MonierLifetile LLC, see Boral Limited and Monier Group
MW/MB LLC, see IKO Group and TAMKO Building Products
NCI Building Systems Incorporated
North American Roofing Services
Nucor Corporation
Oldcastle Incorporated, see CRH plc
OMNOVA Solutions Incorporated
Owens Corning
Petersen Aluminum Corporation
Robertson Building Systems, see NCI Building Systems
Saint-Gobain
Siplast Icopal Incorporated, see Icopal A/S
Star Building Systems, see NCI Building Systems
Stevens Roofing Systems, see JPS Industries
TAMKO Building Products Incorporated
Terreal
Trumbull Asphalt, see Owens Corning
US Tile Company, see Boral Limited
Vistawall Group, see CRH plc
VP Buildings Incorporated, see BlueScope Steel
Westile Incorporated, see CRH plc
Other Companies Mentioned in the Study
LIST OF TABLES
SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Summary Table
SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT
1 Macroeconomic Indicators
2 Personal Consumption Expenditures
3 Consumer Financing Environment, 1997-2007
4 Population & Households
5 Building Construction Expenditures
6 Residential Building Construction Expenditures
7 New Housing Indicators
8 Housing Stock by Type
9 Residential Improvement & Repair Expenditures
10 Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures
11 Nonresidential Building Improvement & Repair Expenditures
12 Nonresidential Building Stock
13 Selected Roofing Product Prices
14 Roofing Market, 1997-2007
15 US Roofing Products Foreign Trade
SECTION III -- PRODUCTS
1 Roofing Demand by Product
2 Asphalt Shingle Demand by Market
3 Asphalt Shingle Demand by Product & Material
4 Asphalt Shingles Installed Cost
5 Bituminous Low-Slope Roofing Demand by Market
6 Bituminous Low-Slope Roofing Installed Cost
7 Bituminous Sheet Roofing Consumed by Bitumen, Product & Application
8 Asphaltic Sheet Roofing Consumed by Product
9 Coal Tar Sheet Roofing Consumed by Product
10 Standard Roofing Felts Consumed by Material Type & Surface
11 Modified Bitumen Roofing Membranes Consumed by Material Type & Surface
12 Metal Roofing Demand by Market
13 Metal Roofing Demand by Type
14 Metal Roofing Installed Cost
15 Elastomeric Roofing Demand by Market
16 Elastomeric Roofing Demand by Type
17 Elastomeric Roofing Installed Cost
18 Roofing Tile Demand by Market
19 Roofing Tile Demand by Type
20 Roofing Tile Installed Cost
21 Plastic Roofing Demand by Market
22 Plastic Roofing Demand by Type
23 Plastic Roofing Installed Cost
24 Wood Shingle & Shake Demand by Market
25 Wood Shingle & Shake Demand by Type
26 Wood Shingle & Shake Installed Cost
27 Other Roofing Material Demand by Market
SECTION IV -- MARKETS
1 Roofing Demand by Market
2 Residential Roofing Demand by Product & Application
3 New Residential Roofing Demand by Product
4 Residential Reroofing Demand by Product
5 Residential Roofing Demand by Housing Type
6 Single-Family Housing Roofing Demand by Product & Application
7 Multifamily Housing Roofing Demand by Product & Application
8 Manufactured Housing Roofing Demand by Product & Application
9 Nonresidential Roofing Demand by Product & Application
10 New Nonresidential Roofing Demand by Product
11 Nonresidential Reroofing Demand by Product
12 Nonresidential Roofing Demand by Building Type
13 Office & Commercial Roofing Demand by Product & Application
14 Industrial Roofing Demand by Product & Application
15 Institutional Roofing Demand by Product & Application
16 Other Nonresidential Roofing Demand by Product & Application
SECTION V -- REGIONS
1 Population by Region
2 Gross Domestic Product by Region
3 Construction Expenditures by Region
4 Regional Housing Environment
5 Roofing Demand by Region
6 Northeast Roofing Demand by Subregion & Market
7 Midwest Roofing Demand by Subregion & Market
8 South Roofing Demand by Subregion & Market
9 West Roofing Demand by Subregion & Market
SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
1 US Roofing Sales for Selected Companies, 2007
2 Composite Financial Ratios: Selected Roofing Product Suppliers
3 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
4 Selected Cooperative Agreements
LIST OF CHARTS
SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT
1 Year of Construction of Housing Stock, 2007
2 Roofing Prices, 1997-2017
3 Installed Cost for Selected Roofing Products, 2007
4 Roofing Market Growth, 1998-2007
SECTION IV -- MARKETS
1 Residential Roofing Demand by Housing Type, 2007
2 New Nonresidential Roofing Demand by Building Type, 2007
3 Nonresidential Reroofing Demand by Building Type, 2007
4 Roofing Demand by Slope, 2007
SECTION V -- REGIONS
1 Roofing Demand by Region, 2007
SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
1 US Roofing Market Share, 2007

More Details

Roofing tile, plastic roofing to see greatest gains

Roofing tile and plastic roofing are among those products anticipated to see the greatest gains through 2012. Demand for roofing tile will be driven by the recovery of the residential market, especially in the South and West, where roofing tile demand is greatest. Demand for plastic roofing (e.g., thermoplastic polyolefin, PVC, and spray polyurethane foam), which is typically used in nonresidential construction, will increase as plastic materials supplant more traditional bituminous low-slope roofing products.

Asphalt shingles to remain dominant roofing product

Asphalt shingles are projected to remain the most popular roofing product, owing to their dominant position in the large residential roofing market. Demand for asphalt shingles is expected to accelerate markedly through 2012 as the new residential market recovers. Asphalt shingles are forecast to account for nearly two-thirds of new roofing demand through 2012.

Western US to provide best regional opportunites

The West is expected to provide the best prospects for roofing demand through 2012. The West experienced one of the sharpest declines in housing construction in 2006 and 2007, and will benefit the greatest from its recovery. Growth will be led by the Mountain subregion, which is expected to outpace the average in terms of growth in population and economic output.

Study coverage

Details on these and other findings are available in the new Freedonia industry study, Roofing. Available for $4700, this study presents historical demand data for the years 1997, 2002 and 2007 plus forecasts for 2012 and 2017 by roofing product, market and US region. In addition, he study considers market environment factors, assesses industry structure, evaluates company market share data and profiles 33 leading roofing manufacturers active in the US market, including Saint- Gobain, GAFMC and Owens Corning.

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