United States Commercial Roofing Market Report 2020 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

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This study analyzes the US demand for commercial roofing products by product, market and geographic region. The demand for commercial roofing products comes in terms of both area (squares) and value (US dollars).

The demand for commercial roofing products is segmented by the following products:

  • single-layer plastic, consisting of thermoplastic polyolefin, polyvinyl chloride and other membranes; and molded fiberglass or polycarbonate shingles and shakes

  • bituminous, including SBS, SEBS and APP polymer modified bitumen membranes and standard roofing felt; and also segmented by:

  • roofing covered (modified bitumen vs. built roofing)

  • backing material (fiberglass vs. organic)

  • surface type (granulated vs. smooth)

  • metal, including standing seam roofing, corrugated iron and smooth panels, and clapboards, shakes and tiles

  • asphalt shingles, including standard laminated asphalt shingles, high-quality laminated asphalt shingles and three-tab shingles

  • rubber, consisting of ethylene propylene diene monomer and other rubber formulations (e.g. CSPE, neoprene, butyl rubber)

  • other products, including spray polyurethane foam; roof tiles of concrete and clay; wooden clapboards and shakes; composite (polymer) shingles, shakes and tiles; slate; solar roofing; liquid-applied roof coverings, stretched cloth; vegetative (green) roof covering; concrete and fiberglass panels

The shipments, imports and exports of commercial roofing are also shown at an aggregated level in millions of dollars, and the average product prices (at manufacturer level) and installation costs are stated in dollars per square meter for the major product types.

Excluded from the scope of the study are related products such as roofing subfloors, flashings and coatings used as repair and restorative joints and used as the primary roofing material of a structure.

The demand for commercial roofing is also analyzed by market segment (new and new roofing) and by type of building:

  • office, retail and accommodation

  • institutional

  • industrial

  • transportation and other buildings (e.g. public centers, courthouses, post offices, leisure facilities)

Main topics:

1. Summary

2. Overview

  • Main Findings

  • Historical trends in commercial roofing

  • Impact of COVID-19 on the commercial roofing industry

  • Ask about commercial roofing

  • Commercial demand for roofing

  • Supply and demand

  • Trade

  • Effects of tariffs on trade

3. Factors influencing the demand for commercial roofing

  • Aging of commercial roofing

  • Storm activity

  • Roof pitch: low versus steep

  • Product price trends at the manufacturer level

  • Installation Considerations

  • Comparative costs

  • Shortage of trained installers

  • Product life and use of roof maintenance programs

  • Change building codes

  • Requirements for insurers

  • Energy efficiency standards

  • ENERGY STAR

  • SORROW

  • Cool roofing

  • Solar roofing

4. Plastic roofing

  • Main Findings

  • Product description and scope

  • Ask per product

  • Demand forecast

  • TPO

  • PVC

  • Other plastic roofing

  • Inquire per application and type of building

  • Question by region and sub-region

  • Market share

5. Bituminous roofing

  • Main Findings

  • product description

  • Roof area covered

  • Question per system type

  • Modified bitumen systems

  • Built-up roofing (BUR)

  • Roof area covered and material consumption

  • Consumption per product type

  • Modified bitumen membranes

  • Standard roofing felt

  • Consumption per backing material (fiberglass versus organic)

  • Consumption per surface (granulated versus smooth)

  • Inquire per application and type of building

  • Question by region and sub-region

  • Market share

6. Metal roofing

  • Main Findings

  • Product description and scope

  • Ask per product

  • Ask by type and roof pitch

  • Standing seam

  • Other metal roofing (metal panels and metal shingles, shakes and tiles)

  • Inquire per application and type of building

  • Question by region and sub-region

  • Market share

7. Asphalt shingles

  • Main Findings

  • Product description and scope

  • Ask per product

  • Ask by type of clapboard

  • Standard laminated asphalt shingles

  • High-quality laminated asphalt shingles

  • Asphalt shingles with three tabs

  • Inquire per application and type of building

  • Question by region and sub-region

  • Market share

8. Rubber roof covering

  • Main Findings

  • Product description and scope

  • Ask per product

  • Ask about rubber formulation

  • EPDM

  • Other (CSPE, neoprene, butyl)

  • Inquire per application and type of building

  • Question by region and sub-region

  • Market share

9. Other roof covering

  • Main Findings

  • Scope

  • Ask per product

  • Inquire per application and type of building

  • Question by region and sub-region

10. Applications

  • Main Findings

  • Question by applications

  • New construction

  • New construction overview

  • Ask per product

  • Question by region and sub-region

  • Reroofing

  • Reroofing Overview

  • Ask per product

  • Question by region and sub-region

  • Question per building type

  • Demand forecast

  • Office, retail and accommodation

  • Institutional

  • Industrial

  • Transport and other commercial buildings

11. Regions

  • Main Findings

  • Ask by region

  • Northeast

  • Question per sub-region

  • New England

  • Mid-Atlantic

  • Midwestern

  • Question per sub-region

  • East North Central

  • West North Central

  • south

  • Question per sub-region

  • South Atlantic

  • East South Central

  • West South Central

  • West

  • Question per sub-region

  • Mountain

  • Pacific

12. Industry structure

  • Main findings and branch composition

  • Market share

  • Distribution channels

  • Major Competitive Strategies

  • Vertical and horizontal integration

  • New product development

  • Preferred Contractor Programs

  • Mergers and Acquisitions

  • Collaboration Agreements

  • Marketing

  • List of industry participants

13. Appendix

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