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An August 2011 publication on the US hard surface flooring market says US demand for hard surface flooring is forecast to increase 5.6 percent per year through 2015 to 8.6 billion square feet,with a ...

An August 2011 publication on the US hard surface flooring market says US demand for hard surface flooring is forecast to increase 5.6 percent per year through 2015 to 8.6 billion square feet,with a value approaching $11 billion.This pace represents a dramatic turn-around from the 2005-2010 period, when demand declined nearly six percent per year. Two factors caused that decline: the steep drop in building construction from 2007 through 2010 and a reduction in remodeling expenditures for flooring projects. Through 2015, hard surface flooring demand will benefit from a recovery in flooring remodeling and an expected advance in building construction spending from its depressed 2010 base.

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    • Hard Surface Flooring 2015ReportsnReports.com adds Freedonia Group Market Research Report ―Hard SurfaceFlooring’’ to its store.US demand to rise 5.6% annually through 2015An August 2011 publication on the US hard surface flooring market says US demand forhard surface flooring is forecast to increase 5.6 percent per year through 2015 to 8.6 billionsquare feet,with a value approaching $11 billion.This pace represents a dramatic turn-around from the 2005-2010 period, when demand declined nearly six percent per year. Twofactors caused that decline: the steep drop in building construction from 2007 through 2010and a reduction in remodeling expenditures for flooring projects. Through 2015, hardsurface flooring demand will benefit from a recovery in flooring remodeling and an expectedadvance in building construction spending from its depressed 2010 base.Residential flooring to be fastest growing marketThe residential market is forecast to account for the most rapid advances inhard surfaceflooring demand through 2015. Growth will be driven by a rebound in housing completionsand residential improvement and repair expenditures from their low 2010 levels. Gains willalso be supported by continuing consumer preference for hard surface flooring over carpetsand rugs. Hard surface flooring is seen as being more durable and aesthetically pleasingthan carpets and rugs.In the nonresidential market, hard surface flooring demand advances will be spurred bysolid growth in office and commercial and institutional construction spending.Building owners and managers will select hard surface flooring because of its durability andminimal maintenance requirements, which suppress costs in the long run. Reboundingmotor vehicle and transportation equipment shipments will support demand in thetransportation market.Laminate flooring to be fastest growing productLaminate flooring is projected to see the most rapid demand gains through 2015.Growth willbe spurred by the rebound in residential building construction, the market where laminateflooring is most often used. Advances will be supported by the efforts of manufacturers tocreate products with more realistic finishes and textures. Wood and tile flooring will seeabove-average growth. Consumers will opt for these flooring materials, which are perceivedas high-end surfacing that add beauty to a home. Vinyl flooring will see below-averagegrowth through 2015 because of competition from other hard surface flooring materials.However,vinyl flooring will continue to account for the majority of hard surface flooringdemand because of its low cost and favorable performance properties.Imports to continue gaining market shareImports will continue to account for a larger share of hard surface flooring demand through2015. Advances will be driven by rising demand for vinyl and tile flooring made in such low-cost nations as China and Brazil. Further gains will be supported by rising interest in exotichardwood flooring, as well as bamboo and cork flooring. Even as imports increase their
    • market penetration, domestic shipments will see gains, as US producers ramp up productionto meet demand.Study coverageThis new Freedonia industry study, Hard Surface Flooring, is priced at $4900. It presentshistorical demand data (2000,2005 and 2010) plus forecasts for 2015 and 2020 by product(e.g., vinyl, rubber,linoleum, ceramic tile, wood, laminate)and market (e.g., residentialbuildings,nonresidential buildings, transportation equipment). The study also considersmarket environment factors, evaluates company market share and profiles key industrycompetitors.Table Of ContentsINTRODUCTIONI.EXECUTIVE SUMMARYII.MARKET ENVIRONMENTGeneralMacroeconomic TrendsDemographic TrendsConsumer TrendsPersonal Income & ExpendituresConsumer FinancingBuilding Construction TrendsResidential BuildingsHousing CompletionsHousing StockImprovements & RepairsNonresidential BuildingsNewImprovements & RepairsTransportation Equipment OutlookMotor VehiclesOther Transportation EquipmentPricing PatternsHistorical Market TrendsEnvironmental & Regulatory IssuesRecyclingMaterials Renewability & Sustainability IssuesIndoor Air QualityGreen Building PracticesRegulatory IssuesWorld Hard Surface Flooring OverviewForeign TradeImportsExportsCompetitive Floor Covering Outlook
    • III.PRODUCTSGeneralSupply & DemandResilient FlooringVinyl FlooringVinyl SheetVinyl Composition TileOther Vinyl TileMarket ShareOther Resilient FlooringRubberLinoleumCorkAsphalt & OtherNonresilient FlooringTile FlooringProductsProduct DevelopmentMarket ShareLaminate FlooringProducts & SuppliersProduct DevelopmentMarket ShareWood FlooringSolid Wood FlooringEngineered Wood FlooringMarket ShareOther Nonresilient Hard Surface FlooringSeamless FlooringAll OtherGratingNatural StoneBambooTempered GlassMetalMiscellaneous FlooringIV.MARKETSGeneralResidential BuildingsNew ConstructionReplacementDemand by Residence TypeSingle-FamilyMultifamilyManufactured HousingNonresidential BuildingsNew Construction
    • ReplacementDemand by Building TypeOffice & CommercialInstitutionalIndustrialOther Nonresidential BuildingsTransportation EquipmentMotor VehiclesOther Transportation EquipmentV.INDUSTRY STRUCTUREGeneralIndustry CompositionMarket ShareCompetitive StrategiesProduct DevelopmentVinyl FlooringWood FlooringLaminate FlooringTile FlooringManufacturingMarketingDistributionMergers & AcquisitionsCooperative AgreementsCompany ProfilesAlloc, see Beaulieu International GroupAmerican Biltrite IncorporatedAmerican Marazzi Tile, see Marazzi GroupAmtico International LimitedAnderson Hardwood Floors, see Berkshire HathawayApex Foodservice Matting, see Superior ManufacturingGroupArmstrong World Industries IncorporatedBeaulieu International Group NVBerkshire Hathaway IncorporatedBerry Group, see Beaulieu International GroupBeynon Sports Surfaces, see TarkettBIG Floorcoverings, see Beaulieu International GroupBiltrite CorporationBurke Industries, see Mannington MillsCasa Dolce Casa, see Florim CeramicheCBC Flooring, see TOLIClarion Industries LLCCongoleum CorporationConnor Sport Court International IncorporatedCrossville IncorporatedDal-Tile, see Mohawk IndustriesDuPont (EI) de Nemours
    • Ecore International IncorporatedFaus GroupFibergrate Composite Structures, see RPM InternationalFieldTurf Tarkett, see TarkettFlorida Tile, see Panariagroup Industrie CeramicheFlorim Ceramiche SpAForbo Holding LimitedHomerWood Hardwood Flooring, see Armstrong WorldIndustriesIAC Spartanburg, see LearIllinois Tool Works IncorporatedInterceramic Marble Collection, see Internacional deCeramicaInternacional de Ceramica SAB de CVInternational Automotive Components Group NorthAmerica, see LearJohnsonite, see TarkettKaindl Flooring GmbHL’Antic Colonial, see Porcelanosa GrupoLea Ceramiche, see Panariagroup Industrie CeramicheLear CorporationMannington Mills IncorporatedMarazzi Group SpAMohawk Industries Incorporatednora systems GmbHPanariagroup Industrie Ceramiche SpAPergo, see PfleidererPfleiderer AGPorcelanosa GrupoRagno USA, see Marazzi GroupRecumbrimientos Interceramic, see Internacional deCeramica and Mohawk IndustriesRoppe CorporationRPM International IncorporatedShaw Industries Group, see Berkshire HathawaySpectraTurf, see Ecore InternationalStankiewicz International, see LearStonhard, see RPM InternationalSurface America, see Ecore InternationalSuperior Manufacturing Group IncorporatedTarkett SASTembec IncorporatedTOLI CorporationUniboard Canada, see PfleidererUnilinBA, see Mohawk IndustriesVPI CorporationWitex Flooring Products GmbHZickgraf Hardwood Flooring USA, see Berkshire
    • HathawayOther Companies Mentioned in StudyLIST OF TABLESSECTION I — EXECUTIVE SUMMARYSummary TableSECTION II — MARKET ENVIRONMENT1 Macroeconomic Indicators2 Population & Households3 Personal Consumption Expenditures4 Consumer Financing Environment, 2000-20105 Building Construction Expenditures6 Residential Building Construction Expenditures7 New Housing Indicators8 Housing Stock by Type9 Residential Improvement & Repair Expenditures10 Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures11 Nonresidential Building Improvement & Repair Expenditures12 Transportation Equipment Shipments13 Motor Vehicle Indicators14 Other Transportation Equipment Indicators15 Hard Surface Flooring Pricing16 Hard Surface Flooring Market, 2000-201017 Hard Surface Flooring Foreign Trade18 Floor Covering DemandSECTION III — PRODUCTS1 Hard Surface Flooring Supply & Demand2 Resilient Flooring Supply & Demand3 Vinyl Flooring Supply & Demand4 Vinyl Sheet Flooring Demand5 Vinyl Composition Tile Flooring Demand6 Other Vinyl Tile Flooring Demand7 Other Resilient Flooring Supply & Demand8 Nonresilient Flooring Supply & Demand9 Tile Flooring Supply & Demand10 Laminate Flooring Supply & Demand11 Wood Flooring Supply & Demand12 Solid Wood Flooring Demand13 Engineered Wood Flooring Demand14 Other Nonresilient Hard Surface Flooring Supply & DemandSECTION IV — MARKETS1 Hard Surface Flooring Demand by Market2 Residential Building Hard Surface Flooring Demand3 New Residential Building Hard Surface Flooring Demand4 Residential Replacement Demand for Hard Surface Flooring
    • 5 Residential Hard Surface Flooring Demand by Housing Type6 Single-Family Housing Hard Surface FlooringDemand by Product & Application7 Multifamily Housing Hard Surface FlooringDemand by Product & Application8 Manufactured Housing Hard Surface FlooringDemand by Product & Application9 Nonresidential Building Hard Surface Flooring Demand10 New Nonresidential Building Hard Surface Flooring Demand11 Nonresidential Replacement Hard Surface Flooring Demand12 Nonresidential Building Hard Surface FlooringDemand by Building Type13 Office & Commercial Building Hard Surface Flooring Demand14 Institutional Building Hard Surface Flooring Demand15 Industrial Building Hard Surface Flooring Demand16 Other Nonresidential Building Hard Surface Flooring Demand17 Transportation Equipment Hard Surface Flooring Demand18 Motor Vehicle Hard Surface FlooringDemand by Product & ApplicationOther Transportation Equipment Hard Surface FlooringDemand by ProductSECTION V — INDUSTRY STRUCTURE1 US Hard Surface Flooring Sales by Company, 20102 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures3 Selected Cooperative AgreementsSECTION II — MARKET ENVIRONMENT1 Year of Construction of Housing Stock, 20102 Hard Surface Flooring Market, 2000-20103 World Hard Surface Flooring Demand, 2010SECTION III — PRODUCTS1 Hard Surface Flooring Demand, 20102 Vinyl Flooring Market Share, 20103 Nonresilient Flooring Demand by Type, 20104 Tile Flooring Market Share, 20105 Laminate Flooring Market Share, 20106 Wood Flooring Market Share, 2010SECTION IV — MARKETS1 Hard Surface Flooring Demand by Market, 20102 Residential Hard Surface FlooringDemand by Housing Type, 2010SECTION V — INDUSTRY STRUCTURE1 Hard Surface Flooring Sales by Company, 2010
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