Architectural Paint Market in the US by Market, Formulation, Substrate, End User and Distribution Channel

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  • Region: United States
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  • The Freedonia Group
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Architectural Paint Market in the US by Market, Formulation, Substrate, End User and Distribution Channel

US demand for architectural paint products is forecast to increase 3.0% annually to 835 million gallons in 2020. Strong new housing growth, increases in residential repainting activity, and a recovering nonresidential construction sector will boost demand for paint across all product types.

This report covers demand for architectural paint by Market, Formulation, Substrate, End User, and Distribution Channel. Data are given in dollar value and volume (gallons).

Markets for architectural paint covered in the study include:

New residential construction

Residential improvement & repair

Nonresidential building construction

Architectural paint products include:

Interior and exterior paint

Water- and solvent-based formulations

Substrate-specific paints

Architectural paint demand is broken out by two end use segments:

Professional

DIY/Consumers

Sales in four distribution channels:

Company-owned stores

Home centers

Mass merchants

Independent distributors

Scope of the Report

This report covers the scope, size, and growth of the US architectural paint market including market segmentation and key product trends. Historical data for 2005, 2010, and 2015 and forecasts for 2020 are provided, with year by year historical volatility also presented. Data are provided in both dollar value and volume (gallons). Also included is an analysis of key industry players and their market shares
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1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2. OVERVIEW
Key Findings
Demand Outlook
Historical Market Trends
Pricing Trends
Historical View
Outlook
Raw Materials
Environmental & Regulatory Considerations
VOC Regulations
Green Building Certification
Life Cycle Assessment
US Foreign Trade
Imports
Historical View
Major Sources
Exports
Historical View
Major Destinations
3. MARKETS
Key Findings
Markets Outlook
Scope
Sales Forecast: Residential versus Nonresidential Markets
Residential Markets
Scope
Sales Forecast
New versus Improvement & Repair Projects
Interior versus Exterior Applications
New Residential Construction
Interior versus Exterior Applications
Housing Type
Residential Improvement & Repair
Nonresidential Market
4. PRODUCTS
Key Findings
Product Development Drivers
Interior & Exterior Applications
Interior
Interior Product Types
Gloss & Semigloss versus Flat Finish Paints
New Products
Exterior
Exterior Product Types
New Products
Paint Formulations
Water-Based Paint
Water-Based Paint Applications
Water-Based Product Characteristics
Solvent-Based Paint
Solvent-Based Paint Applications
Solvent-Based Product Characteristics
Substrates
Drywall & Plaster
Wood
Fiber Cement
Metal
Other Substrates
5. END USERS & DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS
Key Findings
End Users
Professional
Distribution Channels
Markets Outlook
DIY
Distribution Channels
Markets Outlook
Distribution Channels
Scope
Sales Forecast by Channel
Company-Owned Stores
Sales Forecast & Trends
Major Suppliers
Home Centers & Mass Merchants
Sales Forecast & Trends
Major Suppliers
Independent Distributors & Other
Sales Forecast & Trends
Major Suppliers
6. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Key Findings & Industry Composition
Market Share
Competitive Strategies
Acquisitions & Divestitures
Cooperative Agreements
Marketing & Customer Service
Digital Tools
Marketing Alliances
Research & Development
Natural & Bio-Based Paints
Functional Paints
Anti-Microbial Products
UV Reflective Products
List of Industry Participants
7. APPENDIX
Scope
Market Segments
Distribution Channels
NAICS Codes
Methodology
Sources
Associations & Agencies
Related Freedonia Group Studies
Definitions
Abbreviations
Macroeconomic Data
Economic Outlook
Demographic Trends
Personal Income & Expenditure Outlook
Building Construction
Residential Buildings
New Housing Indicators
Housing Stock
Improvements & Repairs
Nonresidential Buildings
Siding Outlook
LIST OF TABLES
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2. OVERVIEW
Table 2-1 - Architectural Paint Supply & Demand, 2005 - 2020
Table 2-2 - Architectural Paint Demand, 2005 - 2015
Table 2-3 - Selected Architectural Paint Prices, 2005 - 2020 (dollars per gallon)
Table 2-4 - Raw Material Demand in Architectural Paint, 2005 - 2020 (million pounds)
Table 2-5 - Recent Developments in VOC & Related Regulation
Table 2-6 - Cross-Section of Major Green Building Standards, Certifications, & Rating
Systems
Table 2-7 - US Foreign Trade in Architectural Paint, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)
Table 2-8 - Architectural Paint Imports by Source, 2010-2015 (million gallons)
Table 2-9 - Architectural Paint Exports by Destination, 2010-2015 (million gallons)
3. MARKETS
Table 3-1 - Architectural Paint Demand by Market, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)
Table 3-2 - Residential Building Construction Markets for Architectural Paint, 2005 -
2020 (million gallons)
Table 3-3 - New Residential Construction Markets for Architectural Paint, 2005 -
2020 (million gallons)
Table 3-4 - Residential Improvement & Repair Markets for Architectural Paint, 2005 -
2020 (million gallons)
Table 3-5 - Nonresidential Building Construction Markets for Architectural Paint,
2005 - 2020 (million gallons)
4. PRODUCTS
Table 4-1 - Architectural Paint Demand by Application, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)
Table 4-2 - Interior Architectural Paint Demand, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)
Table 4-3 - Interior Architectural Paint Demand by Product, 2005 - 2020 (million
gallons)
Table 4-4 - Gloss & Semigloss vs. Flat Finish Paints: Key Applications & Advantages
Table 4-5 - Selected New Interior Paint Products
Table 4-6 - Exterior Architectural Paint Demand, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)
Table 4-7 - Exterior Architectural Paint Demand by Product, 2005 - 2020 (million
gallons)
Table 4-8 - Selected New Exterior Paint Products
Table 4-9 - Architectural Paint Demand by Formulation, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)
Table 4-10 - Water-Based Architectural Paint Demand, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)
Table 4-11 - Water-Based Architectural Paint Products: Advantages & Disadvantages
by Application
Table 4-12 - Solvent-Based Architectural Paint Demand, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)
Table 4-13 - Solvent-Based Architectural Paint Products: Advantages &
Disadvantages by Application
Table 4-14 - Architectural Paint Demand by Substrate, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)
5. END USERS & DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS
Table 5-1 - Architectural Paint Demand by End User, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)
Table 5-2 - Professional Demand for Paint by Distribution Channel, 2005 - 2020
(million gallons)
Table 5-3 - Professional Demand for Paint by Market, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)
Table 5-4 - DIY Demand for Architectural Paint by Distribution Channel, 2005 - 2020
(million gallons)
Table 5-5 - DIY Demand for Architectural Paint by Market, 2005 - 2020 (million
gallons)
Table 5-6 - Architectural Paint Demand by Distribution Channel, 2005 - 2020 (million
gallons)
Table 5-7 - Company-Owned Store Sales by End User, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)
Table 5-8 - Approximate Number of Company-Owned Stores by Supplier, 2015
Table 5-9 - Home Center & Mass Merchant Sales by Channel & End User, 2005 - 2020
(million gallons)
Table 5-10 - Selected Distribution Agreements with Home Centers & Mass
Merchants
Table 5-11 - Independent Distributor Sales by End User, 2005 - 2020 (million gallons)
6. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Table 6-1 - US Architectural Paint Sales by Company, 2015 (million dollars)
Table 6-2 - Competitive Strategies
Table 6-3 - Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
Table 6-4 - Selected Cooperative Agreements
Table 6-5 - Selected Marketing Strategies by Company
Table 6-6 - Emerging Bio-Based Raw Materials
7. APPENDIX
Table 7-1 - Study Scope: Architectural Paint Markets
Table 7-2 - Study Scope: Distribution Channels
Table 7-3 - Relevant NAICS Codes (2012)
Table 7-4 - Abbreviations & Acronyms Used in Study
Table 7-5 - Macroeconomic Indicators, 2005 - 2020 (billion 2009 dollars)
Table 7-6 - Population & Households, 2005 - 2020 (million persons)
Table 7-7 - Personal Income & Expenditures, 2005 - 2020 (billion 2009 dollars)
Table 7-8 - Building Construction Expenditures, 2005 - 2020 (billion 2009 dollars)
Table 7-9 - Residential Building Construction Expenditures, 2005 - 2020 (billion 2009
dollars)
Table 7-10 - New Housing Indicators
Table 7-11 - Housing Stock by Type (million units)
Table 7-12 - Residential Improvement & Repair Expenditures, 2005 - 2020 (billion
2009 dollars)
Table 7-13 - Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures, 2005 - 2020 (billion
2009 dollars)
Table 7-14 - Siding Demand by Material (million squares)
LIST OF FIGURES
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Figure 1-1 - Key Trends in the US Market for Architectural Paint
2. OVERVIEW
Figure 2-1 - Key Trends in the US Architectural Paint Market
Figure 2-2 - Architectural Paint Growth to Slow Slightly in Both Volume & Value
Terms Through 2020
Figure 2-3 - Building Construction Recovery Drives Architectural Paint Demand
Figure 2-4 - Average Architectural Paint Price Decreases Slightly in 2015 Due to Low
Raw Material Costs
Figure 2-5 - Improved Latex Formulations to Increase Resin, Pigment, & Additive Use
through 2020
Figure 2-6 - Anticipated Effects of Conducting Life Cycle Assessments in the
Architectural Paint Industry
Figure 2-7 - Most US Architectural Paint Imports Sourced from Canada & Western
Europe in 2015
Figure 2-8 - Canada & Mexico Remained the Largest Architectural Paint Export
Markets in 2015
3. MARKETS
Figure 3-1 - US Architectural Paint Trends & Outlook by Market
Figure 3-2 - Architectural Paint Markets Track Rebound in Building Activity
Figure 3-3 - New Residential Paint Market to Outpace Improvement & Repair Market
Through 2020
Figure 3-4 - Interior Paint in the Residential Market to Offer Best Growth
Opportunities Through 2020
Figure 3-5 - Interior Paint Offers Best Growth Opportunities in New Residential
Market through 2020
Figure 3-6 - New Residential Paint Market to Remain Well Below 2006 Peak
Figure 3-7 - Residential Improvement & Repair Market to Reach New Peak by 2020
Figure 3-8 - Nonresidential Paint Market Rebounds to 2008 Peak by 2020
4. PRODUCTS
Figure 4-1 - US Architectural Paint Trends & Outlook by Product
Figure 4-2 - Functionality, Ease of Use, & Sustainability Characterize New
Architectural Paint Products
Figure 4-3 - Trends in Siding Drive Exterior Paint Market
Figure 4-4 - Water-Based Paints Continue to Displace Solvent-Based Counterparts
through 2025
Figure 4-5 - Water-Based Interior Products Offer Best Growth Opportunities through
2020
Figure 4-6 - Solvent-Based Products Lose Share More Rapidly in Exterior Applications
Through 2020
Figure 4-7 - Fiber Cement Continues to Outpace Wood through 2020
5. END USERS & DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS
Figure 5-1 - US Architectural Paint Trends & Outlook by End Users & Distribution
Channels
Figure 5-2 - Professional End Use Regains Architectural Paint Share After the
Recession
Figure 5-3 - Company-Owned Stores Dominate Sales to Paint Contractors in 2015
Figure 5-4 - Professional Demand for Paint to Post Healthy but Slowing Growth
Through 2020
Figure 5-5 - Consumers Bought over Three-Fourths of their Paint from Home Centers
& Mass Merchants in 2015
Figure 5-6 - Repainting Activity Buoys DIY Demand for Paint During the Recession
Figure 5-7 - Architectural Paint Distribution Channels: Definitions & Examples
Figure 5-8 - Brands Associated with Independent Distributors Lose Popularity Over
Last Decade
6. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Figure 6-1 - US Architectural Paint Market Share, 2015
Figure 6-2 - Architectural Paint Market Share: First Leader
Figure 6-3 - Architectural Paint Market Share: Second Leader
Figure 6-4 - Architectural Paint Market Share: Third Leader
Figure 6-5 - Architectural Paint Market Share: Fourth Leader
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