Window and door demand, overall, is projected to grow over the next few years, particularly in the U.S. residential arena. According to research analyst The Freedonia Group, this segment is projected to rise 6.0% per year through 2020 to $25.6 billion, with continued growth in new housing and remodeling boosting demand.

U.S. demand for commercial products is forecast to rise 4.5% per year, reaching $10.3 billion in 2020, according to Freedonia’s study on Commercial Windows & Doors. Recovering activity in office, retail, and lodging construction is spurring this demand.  

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Information Sources: U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, Window and Door Manufacturers Assn. (WDMA), U.S. Census Bureau, Statistics Canada, The Freedonia Group, Statista.

Category: Windows & doors include: wood/metal/vinyl clad windows, architectural, interior & exterior doors, related components.

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