North America Windows & Doors Market Size was over USD 31 billion in 2019 and will grow at a CAGR of more than 5% up to 2026.
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Personal income levels are high in most countries including the U.S. and Canada owing to which they spend more on luxurious lifestyles, more frequent repairs & renovations, and the use of higher-priced fenestration products. Regional markets differ based on residential and commercial infrastructure development, material preferences (based on price, quality, energy efficiency, etc.), and personal preferences. The final product price depends largely on the availability and supply characteristics. The U.S. is set to witness a high demand for windows & doors that can be traced largely to high personal incomes and luxurious lifestyles.
Increasing demand for energy-efficient products, particularly in new residential projects, will support the overall new residential windows & doors market growth over the coming years. Increasing disposable income is a key factor in increasing improvement and repair spending. Window and door dealers are focusing majorly on the improvement in the residential sector owing to higher profitability achieved through the segment.
Commercial door & window accounted for over 30% share in the regional market. Its demand varies depending upon the client requirements with diverse functional requirements. Offices and IT industries mainly prefer glass doors & windows with improved visibility and better aesthetics. Reduction in the overall energy usage of buildings owing to better visibility and insulation against heat will positively influence the overall new commercial windows & doors market demand over the forecast timeframe.
The development of restructuring and upgrading regulations owing to the substandard architecture will provide potential growth prospects in the market over the coming years. Significant requirements to upgrade transport networks, commercial, educational, medical, and residential buildings in the U.S. and Canada are projected to provide strong impetus over the forecast timeline. The requirements are most likely to attract windows & door manufacturers to these countries, fostering industry growth.
Furthermore, in the U.S., public procurement procedures are developed to promote a high degree of transparency and qualitative standards in the overall construction market. Additionally, the introduction of enhanced materials in windows & doors profiles, such as the use of uPVC instead of wood and aluminum, will support industry demand owing to their low weight, fully recyclable property, less maintenance, and thermal insulation.
uPVC profiles are made more sound-proof by providing a minimum gap as low as 6 mm, making it burglar-resistant. Furthermore, smart windows are available with integrated security sensors, notifying homeowners about opening/closing of windows or doors on mobile phones. Profile manufacturers are continuously innovating innovative technologies that allow window tints to control sunlight and heat. These innovations will positively impact industry growth over the forecast timeframe.
Major players operating in the industry are working on merger & acquisition strategies to increase their presence in the region. For instance, Andersen Corporation acquired Heritage Windows and Doors, a custom manufacturer of high-quality aluminum windows & doors in Arizona, U.S. The company serves the luxury residential and commercial markets, creating high-performance aluminum windows & doors that are resistant to the desert’s natural forces. Prominent companies working in the industry include Pella Corporation, JELD-WEN, Inc., Performance Doorset Solutions Ltd. (PDS), Vinylguard Window & Door Systems Ltd., and ATIS Group.