The U.S. fencing market is expected to reach USD 11,687.7 million by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. A booming construction industry for the residential and commercial buildings in the country is acting as a major catalyst in helping the market grow. The majority of demand for fences originates in the same sector as security and privacy concerns are on the rise. The U.S. fencing market is a developed industry that is anticipated to keep growing at a steady CAGR over the coming years. It comprises different types of material fences including wood, metal, plastic, and concrete, among others that find their usage in the numerous industrial applications. The availability of a wide range of products with varying colors, features, and designs, coupled with customizable products and solutions available in the market, are conducive to the industry growth. The government initiatives and investments in infrastructure development and construction projects are also aiding in the industry’s growth in different verticals. The U.S. fencing industry has seen many new enhancements in terms of technology in products as well as the manufacturing of products. This, coupled with a developed distribution network and strong manufacturing lineups in the country, is propelling the launch of new and improved products into the market. Though the market largely depends on the raw material suppliers and big metal suppliers, a stable economy and the developing real estate market are helping the fencing industry thrive in the region. Further key findings from the report suggest: • The demand for U.S. fencing market is expected to gain traction owing to the growing residential sector and real estate developments. The market is projected to register a CAGR of 5.4% over the forecast period. • The concrete fencing is anticipated to witness growth at a CAGR of 7.5% over the next six years owing to its durability properties. • The online segment captured a major market share in terms of revenue owing to increasing internet penetration and ease of purchase along with doorstep delivery. It is expected to reach USD 3,048.9 million by 2025. • The contractors have the ability, experience, and knowledge regarding installation of fences thereby resulting in high demand for contractor based installation segment, growing at a CAGR of 5.8% over the forecast period. • The residential segment captured a major market share in terms of revenue as the privacy fences are gaining more popularity in this segment as many new communities place their homes closer together, making this fence style more relevant for lifestyle comfort and convenience. • The key industry participants include Ameristar Fence Products Inc., Ply Gem Holdings, Inc, Beta Fence NV, Bekaert, and Long Fence Company, Inc.
Table of Contents Chapter 1 Methodology and Scope 1.1 Research Methodology 1.2 Research Scope and Assumptions 1.3 List of Data Sources Chapter 2 Executive Summary 2.1 U.S. Fencing - Industry Snapshot & Key Buying Criteria, 2014 - 2025 2.2 U.S. Fencing Market, 2014 - 2025 2.2.1 U.S. fencing market, by state, 2014 - 2025 2.2.2 U.S. fencing market, by material, 2014 - 2025 2.2.3 U.S. fencing market, by distribution channel, 2014 - 2025 2.2.4 U.S. fencing market, by installation, 2014 - 2025 2.2.5 U.S. fencing market, by application, 2014 - 2025 2.2.6 U.S. fencing market, by end-use, 2014 - 2025 Chapter 3 Fencing Industry Outlook 3.1 Market Segmentation & Scope 3.2 Market Size and Growth Prospects 3.3 U.S. Fencing - Value Chain Analysis 3.3.1 Vendor landscape 3.4 U.S. Fencing Market Dynamics 3.4.1 Market driver analysis 188.8.131.52 Rising interest in home enhancement 184.108.40.206 Increasing disposable income 220.127.116.11 Increasing residential and commercial projects 18.104.22.168 Rising preference for personal safety and security 3.4.2 Market challenge analysis 22.214.171.124 Volatile raw material and energy cost 3.5 Fencing Materials - Comparative Analysis 3.6 Penetration and Growth Prospect Mapping 3.7 Key Company Analysis 3.8 Specialty Fencing - Seasonal Fence 3.9 Major Fence Online/Retail Sellers - Competitive Intelligence 3.10 U.S. Fencing - Porter’s Five Forces Analysis 3.11 U.S. Fencing - PESTEL Analysis Chapter 4 U.S. Fencing Regional Outlook 4.1 U.S. Fencing - Statewise Key Takeaways • Alabama • Arizona • California • Colorado • Connecticut • Florida • Georgia • Idaho • Illinois • Indiana • Iowa • Louisiana • Maryland • Massachusetts • Michigan • Minnesota • Mississippi • Missouri • New Hampshire • New Jersey • New Mexico • New York • North Carolina • Ohio • Oklahoma • Oregon • Pennsylvania • South Carolina • Tennessee • Texas • Utah • Virginia • Washington • Wisconsin • Others Chapter 5 Competitive Landscape 5.1 Gregory Industries, Inc. 5.1.1 Company overview 5.1.2 Financial performance 5.1.3 Product benchmarking 5.2 Long Fence Company Inc. 5.2.1 Company overview 5.2.2 Product benchmarking 5.2.3 Strategic initiatives 5.3 Betafence NV 5.3.1 Company overview 5.3.2 Financial performance 5.3.3 Product benchmarking 5.3.4 Strategic initiatives 5.4 Jerith Manufacturing Company Inc. 5.4.1 Company overview 5.4.2 Financial performance 5.4.3 Product benchmarking 5.4.4 Strategic initiatives 5.5 Ply Gem Holdings Inc. 5.5.1 Company overview 5.5.2 Financial performance 5.5.3 Product benchmarking 5.5.4 Strategic initiatives 5.6 Poly Vinyl Creations Inc. 5.6.1 Company overview 5.6.2 Financial performance 5.6.3 Product benchmarking 5.7 Allied Tube & Conduit 5.7.1 Company overview 5.7.2 Financial performance 5.7.3 Product benchmarking 5.7.4 Strategic initiatives 5.8 Ameristar Fence Products Incorporated 5.8.1 Company overview 5.8.2 Financial performance 5.8.3 Product benchmarking 5.8.4 Strategic initiatives 5.9 Associated Materials LLC 5.9.1 Company overview 5.9.2 Financial performance 5.9.3 Product benchmarking 5.10 Bekaert 5.10.1 Company overview 5.10.2 Financial performance 5.10.3 Product benchmarking 5.10.4 Strategic initiatives 5.11 CertainTeed Corporation 5.11.1 Company overview 5.11.2 Financial performance 5.11.3 Product benchmarking 5.11.4 Strategic initiatives
List of Tables TABLE 1 U.S. fencing - Industry snapshot & key buying criteria, 2014 - 2025 TABLE 2 U.S. fencing market, 2014 - 2025 (USD Million) TABLE 3 U.S. fencing market, by state, 2014 - 2025 (USD Million) TABLE 4 U.S. fencing market, by material, 2014 - 2025 (USD Million) TABLE 5 U.S. fencing market, by distribution channel, 2014 - 2025 (USD Million) TABLE 6 U.S. fencing market, by installation, 2014 - 2025 (USD Million) TABLE 7 U.S. house price change (%), FHFA index TABLE 8 U.S. fencing market, by application, 2014 - 2025 (USD Million) TABLE 9 U.S. fencing market, by end-use, 2014 - 2025 (USD Million) TABLE 10 Vendor landscape TABLE 11 U.S. fencing - Key market driver impact TABLE 12 U.S. fencing - Key market challenge impact TABLE 13 Seasonal Fencing - Snapshot TABLE 14 Major fence online/retail sellers - Competitive intelligence List of Figures FIG. 1 Market segmentation & scope FIG. 2 U.S. fencing market, 2014 - 2025 (USD Million) FIG. 3 U.S. fencing - Value chain analysis FIG. 4 U.S. fencing market dynamics FIG. 5 U.S. personal disposable income, 2014 - 2015 (USD Billion) FIG. 6 Fencing materials - Comparative analysis FIG. 7 Key opportunities prioritized FIG. 8 Key company analysis, 2018 FIG. 9 U.S. fencing - Porter’s five forces analysis FIG. 10 U.S. fencing - PESTEL analysis FIG. 11 Alabama and Colorado - Key takeaways FIG. 12 California and Arizona - Key takeaways FIG. 13 Connecticut and Florida - Key takeaways FIG. 14 Georgia and Idaho - Key takeaways FIG. 15 Illinois and Indiana - Key takeaways FIG. 16 Iowa and Louisiana - Key takeaways FIG. 17 Maryland and Massachusetts - Key takeaways FIG. 18 Michigan and Minnesota - Key takeaways FIG. 19 Mississippi and Missouri- Key takeaways FIG. 20 North Carolina and New Hampshire - Key takeaways FIG. 21 New Jersey and New Mexico - Key takeaways FIG. 22 New York and Ohio - Key takeaways FIG. 23 Oklahoma and Oregon - Key takeaways FIG. 24 Pennsylvania and South Carolina- Key takeaways FIG. 25 Tennessee and Texas - Key takeaways FIG. 26 Utah and Virginia - Key takeaways FIG. 27 Washington and Wisconsin- Key takeaways
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