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    • Roofing Product IndustryReport Details:Published:March 2012No. of Pages: 155Price: Single User License – US$2995SUMMARY OF MAJOR FINDINGSThe $17.0 billion U.S. roofing product market has been a growing sector of the U.S. constructionmaterials industry over the past fifteen years. Roofing product sales growth benefited from growingnonresidential demand and the replacement or repair of roofs of an aging housing stock. Dollarsales growth also received a boost from the industry’s ability to pass through rising material costsdue to the relatively concentrated nature of this market. In addition, roofing industry sales growthand profit margins were aided by the shift to higher-value products such as laminated ormultilayered shingles, built-up roofs, and single-ply plastic and rubber membranes. Currently,dollar shipment gains are estimate to strengthen as U.S economic growth accelerates,employment levels rise, and building construction activity moves upward for the first time since2006. These positive trends are forecast to keep roofing products a growing sector of the U.S.construction material industry over the next five years.ROOFING PRODUCT INDUSTRY TRENDSCatalina Research uncovered these trends in our 155-page in-depth report on the U.S. roofingproduct industry. Report sections cover the U.S. market for asphalt roofing shingles, otherprepared asphalt roofing products and coating materials, metal roofing and roof drainageequipment, single-ply plastic and rubber membrane roofing, and precast concrete and clay roofingtiles. In the Executive Summary section, Catalina conducts a growth analysis for four marketsectors and 12 product lines. A comparative analysis of product price growth trends is alsoincluded. The U.S. roofing business is segmented by residential and nonresidential markets andnew construction and reroofing and repair jobs.ROOFING PRODUCT SHIPMENTS AND MARKET TRENDSEach product section includes detailed U.S. shipment trends. For example, the asphalt roofingproduct section covers shipments of roofing asphalts, coatings, and cements; asphalt shingles; rollroofing and cap sheets; modified bitumen membranes; and roofing felt and other asphalt roofingproducts. The number of U.S. manufacturers is provided for each product line. Product andmaterial input price trends are included as well. Each product section also provides export andimport shipments by major country of destination and origin.ROOFING CONTRACTOR AND DISTRIBUTION BUSINESSESReport sections are provided for the residential replacement and repair, new residential, andnonresidential markets. U.S. Department of Commerce roofing contractor survey data was
    • compiled, calculated, analyzed, estimated and forecasted. Data trends include total revenues,number of contractors, material purchases, the labor situation, and regional and state markets. Inaddition, Catalina analyzed the installation of photovoltaic solar electric generation systems in theUnited States in order to uncover the sales opportunities in cool roofing installations and roofingmaterials incorporating solar cells. Sales trends of wholesalers and retailers are analyzed as well.ROOFING PRODUCT END-USE MARKETS AND FACTORS DRIVING DEMANDReroofing and repair spending is analyzed for all residential property owners. Homeownerspending is further segmented for contractor projects and D-I-Y and B-I-Y purchases. In addition,homeowner roofing and gutter spending is evaluated by demographic characteristic. An analysisof factors effecting demand included data trends on spending on new residential andnonresidential building construction, total housing demand, housing starts and permits, housingdemand by region and state, mortgage interest rates, and other housing characteristics anddemographic trends.COMPETITVE ENVIRONMENTCatalina compiled data and information from public company filing documents, trade journals, anddatabases, including data and information on new products, manufacturing and distribution,acquisitions and capital investments, and sales trends. Sales data was used to compute marketshares for the top five manufacturers. The goal is to uncover manufacturer strategies that arebeing implemented to make inroads in this dynamic market, including development of products toimprove building energy efficiency. In addition, Catalina analyzed the cost structure andprofitability of plants specializing asphalt roofing product and coatings materials.Get your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/199939-roofing-product-industry.htmlMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report includeTABLE OF CONTENTSSECTION 1 U.S. ROOFING PRODUCT INDUSTRY TRENDSExecutive SummaryOverall Roofing Product ShipmentsRoofing Product Shipment MixNonresidential Versus Residential MarketsHomeowner Roofing Jobs And DemographicsRoofing Contractor MarketCompetitive Environment And Industry ProfitabilityIndustry OutlookTable 1-1 Value Of U.S. Roofing Product Shipments And Share Of Total U.S. ConstructionMaterials Shipments, 1987-2017 (dollars)Table 1-2 Value Of U.S. Roofing Product Shipments By Sector And Product Type, 1997-2017(dollars): Asphalt Roofing Products, Metal Roofing, Single-Ply Rubber And Plastic Membranes,Precast Concrete Roof And Floor Slabs And Tile, And Clay Roofing Tile And Related ProductsFigure 1-1 Value Of U.S. Roofing Product Shipments For Eleven Product Types, 2012 And 2017
    • (dollars)Table 1-3 Percent Total U.S. Roofing Product Shipments By Sector And Product Type, 1997-2017(percent): Asphalt Roofing Products, Metal Roofing, Single-Ply Rubber And Plastic Membranes,Precast Concrete Roof And Floor Slabs And Tile, And Clay Roofing Tile And Related ProductsTable 1-4 Comparative U.S. Shipment Growth Analysis By Roofing Product Sector And Type,1997-2017 (percent): Asphalt Roofing Products, Metal Roofing, Single-Ply Rubber And PlasticMembranes, Precast Concrete Roof And Floor Slabs And Tile, And Clay Roofing Tile And RelatedProductsTable 1-5 Comparative Growth Analysis Of Producer Price Trends By Product Sector And Type,1997-2012 (percent): Roofing Asphalts And Pitches, Coatings, And Cements; Shingles And OtherAsphalt Roofing Products; Metal Roofing And Roof Drainage Equipment; Precast Concrete RoofAnd Floor Slabs And Tile; And Clay Roofing Tile And Related ProductsTable 1-6 U.S. Price Trends For Major Material Inputs, 2002-2012 (index): Refined PetroleumProducts, Plastic Resins, Glass-Fiber, Clay Refractories, Cement, Steel Mill Products, AluminumExtruded Products, And Synthetic RubberTable 1-7 Percent Distribution Of Roofing Contractor Revenues By End-Use Market, 1987-2012(percent): New Construction Versus Replacement And Repair, And Residential VersusNonresidential MarketsTable 1-8 U.S. Spending On Building Construction, 1987-2012 (dollars): Total Buildings,Residential Buildings, And Nonresidential BuildingsTable 1-9 Percent Of U.S. Households Purchasing A New Or Existing Housing Unit, 1992-2012(number, percent, and dollars): Total Households, Total Housing Demand, Percent HouseholdsPurchasing, Interest Rates, And Average Value Per Existing Home SoldROOFING MATERIAL DEFINITIONSBuilt-Up Roof (BUR):Chlorosulfonated Polyethylene (CSPE):Dimensional Shingle:Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer (EPDM):Liquid-Applied:Metal-Architectural:Metal-Structural:Modified Bitumen:Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC):Saturated Felt:Sprayed Polyurethane Foam (SPF):Standing Seam:Thermoplastic Olefin Membrane (TPO):SCOPE AND METHODOLOGYSECTION 2 U.S. ASPHALT ROOFING PRODUCT AND COATING MATERIAL MARKETSSummary Of Major FindingsAsphalt Roofing Product And Coating Material ShipmentsAsphalt Shingle Shipments
    • Modified Bitumen Membrane ShipmentsRoll Roofing And Cap Sheet ShipmentsRoofing Felt ShipmentsBuilt-Up Roofing SystemsAsphalt Roofing Coatings And CementAsphalt Roofing Shingle And Coating Material ImportsU.S. Asphalt Roofing Product ExportsTable 2-1 Value Of U.S. Asphalt Roofing Product And Coating Material Sales, 1997-2017 (dollars):Shipments, Exports, Imports, And SalesTable 2-2 Value Of U.S. Asphalt Roofing Product And Coating Material Shipments, 1987-2017(dollars): Total Shipments; Roofing Asphalts And Pitches, Coatings, And Cements; And PreparedAsphalt And Tar Roofing ProductsTable 2-3 Value Of U.S. Roofing Asphalt And Pitch, Coating, And Cement Shipments By Type,1992-2012 (dollars): Roofing Asphalt, Fibrated Asphaltic Roofing Coatings, Nonfibrated AsphalticRoofing Coatings, Asphaltic Roofing Cements, And OthersTable 2-4 Quantity U.S. Roofing Asphalt Shipments And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1987-2012 (pounds and dollars)Table 2-5 Value Of U.S. Prepared Asphalt And Tar Roofing Product Shipments By Type, 1992-2012 (dollars): Roll Roofing And Cap Sheets, Shingles, Modified Bitumen Membranes, SaturatedAsphalt And Tar Building Felts, And OtherTable 2-6 Value Of U.S. Asphalt Roll Roofing And Cap Sheet Shipments By Type, 1992-2012(dollars): Smooth-Surfaced And Mineral-Surfaced; And Organic Base And Fiberglass BaseTable 2-7 Quantity U.S. Asphalt Roll Roofing And Cap Sheet Shipments By Type, 1992-2012(squares): Smooth-Surfaced And Mineral-SurfacedTable 2-8 U.S. Asphalt Shingle Shipments And Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1977-2012(squares and dollars)Table 2-9 Value Of U.S. Asphalt Shingle Shipments By Product Type, 1992-2012 (dollars): StripShingles Of Organic Base, Inorganic Base, Laminated Or Multilayered; And Individual ShinglesTable 2-10 Quantity U.S. Shipments Of Strip Shingles And Laminated Or Multilayered Shingles,1987-2012 (squares)Table 2-11 Value Of U.S. Modified Bitumen Membrane And Saturated Asphalt And Tar BuildingFelt Shipments By Type, 1992-2012 (dollars): SBS And APP Membranes; Ply Felts And OtherBuilding Felts, Organic Base And Fiberglass BaseTable 2-12 U.S. Asphalt Roofing Shingle And Coating Material Imports For The Top Six CountriesOf Origin, 2002-2011 (dollars and pounds)Table 2-13 Value Of U.S. Asphalt, Roofing Product And Coating Material Exports For The TopTwenty-One Countries Of Destination, 2002-2011 (dollars)Table 2-14 Quantity U.S. Asphalt, Roofing Product And Coating Material Exports For The TopTwenty-One Countries Of Destination, 2002-2011 (pounds)Table 2-15 U.S. Producer Price Trends For Asphalt Roofing Shingles And Coating Materials ByType, 1992-2012 (index): Pitches, Coatings, And Cements And Tar Roofing And Siding Products
    • SECTION 3 COST STRUCTURE AND PROFIT MARGINS OF U.S. ASPHALT ROOFINGPRODUCT AND COATING MATERIAL PLANTSSummary Of Major FindingsNumber Of U.S. Manufacturers And Manufacturing PlantsPlant Profit MarginsMaterial InputsPlant Labor SituationCapital ExpendituresTable 3-1 Number Of U.S. Asphalt Roofing Product And Coating Material Companies, Plants, AndFacility Revenues, 1987-2012 (number and dollars)Table 3-2 Operating Ratios Of U.S. Asphalt Roofing Product And Coating Material Companies,Plants, And Facility Revenues, 1987-2012 (percent): Payroll And Other Labor Costs, MaterialCosts, And Gross Profit MarginsTable 3-3 Labor Situation For U.S. Asphalt Roofing Product And Coating Material Plants, 1987-2012 (number, dollars, and percent): Employees, Shipments Per Employee, Percent TotalEmployees, Average Hourly Wages, And Average Weekly HoursTable 3-4 Capital Expenditures Of U.S. Asphalt Roofing Product And Coating Material Plants,1987-2011 (dollars)Table 3-5 Materials Purchased By Kind By Asphalt Roofing Product And Coating Material Plants,1992-2012 (dollars): Paving And Roofing Grade Asphalts, Other Asphalts, Roofing Felts, GlassFiber, Roofing Granules, Sand And Gravel, And Other MaterialsSECTION 4 U.S. METAL ROOFING AND ROOF DRAINAGE EQUIPMENT MARKETSMetal Roofing ShipmentsMetal Roof Drainage Equipment ShipmentsTable 4-1 Value Of U.S. Sheet Metal Roofing And Roof Drainage Equipment Shipments, 1987-2017 (dollars)Table 4-2 Value Of U.S. Sheet Metal Roofing And Roof Drainage Equipment Shipments, 1992-2012 (dollars)Table 4-3 U.S. Producer Price Trends For Metal Roofing And Roof Drainage Equipment, 1992-2012 (index)Table 4-4 U.S. Iron And Steel Metal Roofing, Siding, Flooring, And Roof Drainage EquipmentImports For The Top Five Countries Of Origin, 2002-2011 (dollars and pounds)Table 4-5 U.S. Aluminum Sheet Metal Roofing, Siding, Flooring, And Roof Drainage EquipmentImports For The Top Six Countries Of Origin, 2002-2011 (dollars and pounds)Table 4-6 U.S. Iron And Steel Metal Roofing, Siding, Flooring, And Roof Drainage Exports For TheTop Twelve Countries Of Destination, 2002-2011 (dollars and pounds)Table 4-7 U.S. Aluminum Sheet Metal Roofing, Siding, Flooring, And Roof Drainage Exports ForThe Top Twelve Countries Of Destination, 2002-2011 (dollars and pounds)SECTION 5 U.S. SINGLE-PLY MEMBRANE ROOFING AND ROOF TILE MARKETSSummary Of Major FindingsSingle-Ply Plastic Membrane Roofing ShipmentsSingle-Ply Rubber Membrane Roofing Shipments
    • Concrete And Clay Roofing ShipmentsTable 5-1 Value Of U.S. Single-Ply Plastic Membrane Roofing Shipments, 1987-2017 (dollars)Table 5-2 Value Of U.S. Single-Ply Rubber Membrane Roofing Shipments, 1987-2017 (dollars)Table 5-3 Value Of U.S. Precast Concrete Roof And Floor Slabs And Tile Shipments, 1987-2017(dollars)Table 5-4 Value Of U.S. Clay Roofing Tile And Related Product Shipments, 1987-2017 (dollars)Table 5-5 U.S. Ceramic Roofing Tile Imports For The Top Eight Countries Of Origin, 2002-2011(pounds and dollars)Table 5-6 U.S. Roofing Slate Imports For The Top Five Countries Of Origin, 2002-2011 (dollarsand square feet)Table 5-7 U.S. Producer Price Trends For Precast Concrete Roof And Floor Slabs And Tile AndClay Roofing Tile And Related Products, 1992-2012 (index)SECTION 6 U.S. ROOFING CONTRACTOR AND DISTRIBUTION BUSINESSESSummary Of Major FindingsRoofing Contractor RevenuesRevenues By End-Use MarketRevenues By Type Of JobNumber Of Contractors And The Competitive EnvironmentContractor Material And Labor CostsSolar Roofing Products And InstallationsWholesale Roofing DistributorsRetail Distribution ChannelsRegional And State MarketsTable 6-1 U.S. Roofing Contracting Work Revenues, 1977-2012 (dollars)Table 6-2 U.S. Roofing Contractor Revenues For Residential And Nonresidential Projects, 1987-2012 (dollars)Table 6-3 Percent Distribution Of Roofing Contractor Revenues By Type Of Construction, 1987-2012 (percent): New Construction, Additions Or Alterations, And Maintenance And RepairTable 6-4 U.S. Roofing Contractor Revenues For Residential And Nonresidential Projects And ByType Of Construction, 2007 and 2011 (dollars): Single-Family Homes, Multi-Family Housing Units,And Nonresidential Buildings; New Construction, Additions And Alterations, And Maintenance AndRepairTable 6-5 Number, Revenues, Employees, And Payroll Of Contractors Specializing In RoofingWork, 2007-2012 (number, dollars, and percent)Table 6-6 Employment Levels And Production Worker Average Hourly Wages At U.S. RoofingContractors, 1992-2012 (number and dollars)Table 6-7 U.S. Roofing Contractor Revenues By Region And State, 2002-2011 (dollars)Table 6-8 Number Of U.S. Roofing Contractors And Average Revenues By Region And State,2007 And 2011 (number and dollars)Table 6-9 U.S. Photovoltaic Module Shipments To Grid-Connected Distributed PV Systems ForLeading State Markets By End Use, 2010 (peak kilowatts): Total Shipments, Residential, AndCommercial And Industrial Sectors
    • Table 6-10 Number And Sales Of Roofing And Rain-Carrying Equipment Wholesalers, 1997-2011(number and dollars)Table 6-11 U.S. Retail Roofing Product Sales And Number Of Stores Selling By Type Of Outlet,1997-2011 (dollars and number): Home Centers, Hardware Stores, Lumberyards, And OthersTable 6-12 Monthly U.S. Building Material Dealer Sales, 2008-2011 (dollars)Table 6-13 U.S. Retail Roofing Product Sales By Region And State, 2007 And 2011 (dollars)SECTION 7 U.S. RESIDENTIAL REPLACEMENT AND REPAIR MARKETSummary Of Major FindingsResidential Roofing Improvement SpendingHomeowner Roofing JobsContractor Versus D-I-Y ProjectsHomeowner Roofing Improvement DemographicsTable 7-1 U.S. Spending On Residential Roofing Improvements, 1992-2012 (dollars): Total,Owner Occupied, And Rental PropertiesTable 7-2 U.S. Homeowner Spending On Roofing And Gutter Projects For Contractor Work AndDo-It-Yourself And Buy-It-Yourself Purchases, 1987-2012 (dollars)Table 7-3 U.S. Homeowner Spending On Roofing And Gutter Projects By DemographicCharacteristic, 2000-2010 (dollars): Household Income, Age Of Household Head, Size OfHousehold, And RegionTable 7-4 Average U.S. Homeowner Spending On Roofing And Gutter Projects By DemographicCharacteristic, 2000-2010 (dollars): Household Income, Age Of Household Head, Size OfHousehold, And RegionTable 7-5 U.S. Homeowner Spending On Roofing And Gutter Projects For Contractor Work AndDo-It-Yourself And Buy-It-Yourself Purchases By Demographic Characteristic, 2000-2010(dollars): Household Income, Age Of Household Head, Size Of Household, And RegionTable 7-6 Percent U.S. Homeowner Spending On Roofing And Gutter Projects For ContractorWork And Do-It-Yourself And Buy-It-Yourself Purchases By Demographic Characteristic, 2000-2010 (percent): Income, Age Of Household Head, Size Of Household, And RegionTable 7-7 Average U.S. Homeowner Spending On Roofing And Gutter Projects For ContractorWork And Do-It-Yourself And Buy-It-Yourself Purchases By Demographic Characteristic, 2000-2010 (dollars): Income, Age Of Household Head, Size Of Household, And RegionTable 7-8 Number Of Homeowner Roofing Jobs By Type And Tenure, And Average Spending PerJob, 2001-2011 (number and dollars): Contractor And Do-It-Yourself Jobs, Jobs By Existing HomeBuyers And Non-MoversTable 7-9 Number Of Homeowner Roofing Jobs By Region And Average Spending Per Job, 2001-2011 (number and dollars): Contractor And Do-It-Yourself Jobs and Jobs By Existing HomeBuyers And Non-MoversTable 7-10 U.S. Housing Units With Roofing Problems, 1999-2009 (number)Table 7-11 U.S. Housing Units By Year Built By Region, Before 1960 And 1960-2009 (number)Table 7-12 U.S. Existing Home Sales By Region, 2007-2012 (number)Table 7-13 Number Of Existing Single-Family Homes, Condos, And Co-Ops Sold By Region AndState, 2002-2011 (number)
    • Table 7-14 U.S. Home Mortgage Interest Rates And Personal Income, 1982-2012 (percent anddollars)Table 7-15 Distribution Of U.S. Households By Demographic Characteristic, 1996-2010 (percent):Household Income, Age Of Household Head, Household Size, Region, And Total HouseholdsSECTION 8 U.S. NEW RESIDENTIAL ROOFING MARKETNew Residential Roofing Market TrendsSingle-Family Versus Multi-Family MarketsCurrent SituationTable 8-1 U.S. Roofing Contractor Revenues Per New Nonresidential Building Completed By TypeOf Structure, 2007 And 2011 (dollars): Single-Family Homes And Multi-Family BuildingsTable 8-2 New U.S. Privately Owned Housing Units Started And By Type Of Structure, 1980-2012(number): Total Starts; In Structures With 1 Unit, 2 To 4 Units, And 5 Units Or MoreTable 8-3 Monthly New Private U.S. Housing Units Authorized By 20,000 Building Permit PlacesBy Region, 2011 And 2012 (number)Table 8-4 New Privately Owned Housing Units Authorized By 20,000 Building Permit Places ByRegion And State, 2009-2011 (number)Table 8-5 Average Size Per New U.S. Housing Unit Completed By Type Of Unit And Region,1995-2011 (square feet): Single-Family Homes, Multi-Family Units, And Mobile HomesTable 8-6 New U.S. Single-Family Houses Sold By Sales Price, 1990-2011 (number): Under$150,000, $150,000 To $199,999, $200,000 To $299,999, $300,000 To $499,999, And $500,000And OverTable 8-7 Average Value Per New Single-Family House Sold And Average Value Per SquareFoot, 1992-2011 (dollars)Table 8-8 U.S. Homes Closed By Ten Leading Domestic Homebuilders, 2002-2011 (number)SECTION 9 U.S. NONRESIDENTIAL ROOFING MARKETSummary Of Major FindingsTable 9-1 U.S. Roofing Contractor Nonresidential Revenues And Share Of Total Spending OnNonresidential Buildings, 2007 And 2011 (dollars and percent): New Construction, Additions AndAlterations, And Maintenance And RepairTable 9-2 U.S. Spending On Nonresidential Construction Put In Place By Building Type, 2007-2011 (dollars): Lodging, Office, Commercial, Healthcare, Educational, Religious, Public Safety,Amusement And Recreation, Manufacturing, And Public BuildingsTable 9-3 Value Of Private Nonresidential Building Construction Spending By Region, By BuildingType, 2005-2010 (dollars): Lodging, Office, Commercial, Healthcare, Education, Religion,Amusement And Recreation, Manufacturing, And Total; Northeast, Midwest, South, And WestSECTION 10 COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT AND LEADING MANUFACTURERSSummary Of Major FindingsAsphalt Roofing Products And Coatings Materials SectorPlastic And Rubber Single-Ply Membrane SectorMetal Roofing Product SectorClay And Concrete Tile SectorTable 10-1 Share Of U.S. Roofing Product Shipments For Five Leading Manufacturers, 2007 And
    • 2011 (percent)Table 10-2 Share Of U.S. Asphalt Roofing Products And Coating Materials Manufacturing By TheTop 4, 8, 20, And 50 Leading Companies, 1997-2011 (percent)Table 10-3 Leading Competitors By Roofing Material SectorTable 10-4 Number Of U.S. Roof Product Manufacturers By Product Type And AverageShipments Per Company, 1997-2007 (number and dollars): Roofing Asphalts And Pitches,Coatings, And Cements; Prepared Asphalt And Tar Roofing Products; Roofing Grade Asphalts;Metal Roofing And Drainage Equipment; And Rubber, Concrete, And Clay ProductsTable 10-5 Sales And Profit Trends For Six U.S. Roofing Material Manufacturers And Marketers,2006-2011 (dollars and percent)Table 10-6 Leading U.S. Roofing Product Manufacturers And DistributorsContact: sales@reportsandreports.com for more information.