The U.S. Market for Green Building Materials

 Published On: May, 2015 |    No of Pages: 246 |  Published By: BCC Research-JT Gabrielsen Consulting LLC Research | Format: PDF
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The U.S. market for green building materials reached nearly $40.0 billion and $43.8 billion in 2013 and 2014, respectively. This market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.5% to nearly $69.0 billion over the period 2014-2019.

This report provides:
-An overview of the U.S. market for green building materials.
-Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2013 and 2014, and projections of CAGRs through 2019.
-Information on green building materials which include those originating from salvaged, recycled, or agricultural waste content; those materials manufactured with the goal of resource-efficiency or environmentally friendliness, as well as materials meant to benefit the environment or that will be recyclable after their lifetime.

Analysis of technical, commercial, and other prerequisites need to succeed in the green building materials market.

Details pertaining to the market's drivers, inhibitors, and opportunities for growth.

INTRODUCTION

BACKGROUND
The man-made environment has significantly impacted the natural environment, human health and the economy. This profound impact has become increasingly noticeable in recent decades. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), buildings in the U.S. account for:
-36% of the nation’s total energy use.
-12% of its potable water consumption.
-65% of total electricity consumption.
-30% of the carbon dioxide (greenhouse gas) emissions.
-30% of waste output (136 million tons, annually).

In addition, a growing body of research has established the connection between indoor air quality (IAQ) and the health of building occupants. While most of the problems associated with poor IAQ are the result of inadequate ventilation, some are also caused by various types of airborne contaminants or toxins.

The presence of some of these contaminants, such as formaldehyde, trace back to the use of certain building materials. Overexposure to formaldehyde may result in nose irritation, sneezing, dry throat, eye irritation, headache and nausea. Formaldehyde is used extensively in the manufacture of certain building products (e.g., as bonding/laminating agents, adhesives, paper and textile products, and foam insulation) from which formaldehyde gas may be released in the course of normal use.

“Green” or “sustainable” building involves the use of building practices and materials that use resources as efficiently as possible, while constructing healthier, more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly buildings. One key objective of some green building projects focuses on creating esthetic harmony between a building and its environment.

The market for green building materials has seen rapid growth in recent years. As of Oct. 17, 2014, more than 3.3 billion sq. ft. of building space had been certified by the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Program. An article in the June 2006 issue of the Harvard Business Review accurately predicted that green construction would become a mainstream technology in the next five to 10 years following its publication. Market growth notably helped drive down the cost of green building products, and building owners had and continue to become increasingly aware of the economic, health and environmental advantages of green building. The article’s author, Charles Lockwood, went so far as to note that the ultimate impact of green building becoming mainstream will have as profound of an effect on commercial real estate as the invention of central air conditioning in the 1950s and 1960s or elevators in the 19th century. According to the USGBC, as of April 2014, more than 4.3 million people live and work in LEED-certified buildings. By 2015, McGraw-Hill projects that an estimated 40% to 48% of new nonresidential construction by value will be green, at a total opportunity value of $120 to $145 billion.

According to the USGBC, more than 500 U.S. companies, including a number of Fortune 500 companies, are involved in the production of green building materials and the design and construction of green buildings. This number is likely to grow rapidly as more building owners and investors become aware of the potential of green building.

The green building industry was not immune to the recession that began in 2008. The market for all types of green building materials was down by nearly 40% in 2008 compared with 2009, reflecting the significant decline in construction activity. However, the housing and commercial construction markets began gradually recovering in 2010 and as of 2014, seem to have made a significant recovery. The market for the green building industry should continue to experience above-average growth rates over the forecast period through 2019 due to increased demand for sustainable building products and the national push toward and adoption of green building practices.

These trends provide an opportunity for both existing players and new entrants into the green building materials market. This BCC Research report analyzes these new developments and their potential impact on industry participants.

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
The overall goal of this report is to identify and prioritize the business opportunities for providers of green building materials that will arise over the five-year forecast period (2014 to 2019) as green building technologies increase their market penetration. In support of this goal, specific objectives of the report include:
-Identification of green building technologies with the greatest commercial potential over the five-year forecast period (2014 to 2019).
-Estimation of the potential U.S. markets for these technologies.
Analysis of the technical, commercial and other prerequisites of success in these markets.

INTENDED AUDIENCE
The report is intended especially for manufacturers and distributors of green building materials and other technologies. Although the report is structured around specific technologies, it is largely nontechnical in nature. That is, it is concerned less with theory and jargon than with what works, how much of the latter the market is likely to purchase and at what price.

As such, this report’s primary audience targets executive management, marketing and financial analysts. It is not written specifically for scientists and technologists, although certain findings concern the market respective to their work. Specifically, the availability of government and corporate research funding for different technologies and applications should interest them as well.

Others who should find the report informative include, but are not limited to government agencies; green building industry-specific organizations; market research groups; academic institutions; and environmental and public policy interest groups with an interest in sustainable development, the environment, energy and worker health.

INFORMATION SOURCES
The study actively employed both primary and secondary research methodologies to acquire data and generate the rigorous analysis required for it. Primary sources for information included analysis of data from and interviews with industry executives, subject matter experts, engineers; managers, economists, consultants, marketing groups, federal, state and local governmental organizations, building material-focused associations, manufacturing associations, and regulatory agencies.
Secondary sources for information included:
-U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
-U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).
-U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
-U.S. Forest Service.
-U.S. International Trade Commission.
-U.S. Department of Commerce.
-U.S. Census Bureau.
-U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
-National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB).
-National Association of Realtors (NAR).
-American Softwood Lumber Standard.
-Company websites.
-Company annual reports.
-S&P industry surveys.

The report’s market and financial analysis was based on data obtained from primary and secondary sources. The author’s own insights and rigorous use of numerical and statistical tools were employed to generate the forecasts and comprehensive analyses of the U.S. green building materials market segmented by product sector, system and material type.

SCOPE OF REPORT
The scope of this report includes the U.S. market for building products that meet its definition of green, that is, those that are:
Made from salvaged, recycled or agricultural waste content.
-Manufactured with resource-efficient, environmentally friendly processes (e.g., conserve water/energy, minimize pollutants and process wastes).
-Derived from rapidly renewable resources (e.g., fast-growth wood).
-Beneficial to the built environment (e.g., conserve energy, remove indoor pollutants).
-Recyclable at the end of their life.

In general, coverage is limited to building products that meet one of these criteria and are at least neutral with respect to the other three (e.g., wood particle board is generally not included because it is made from recycled/waste materials but is subject to potentially harmful outgassing).

The report format includes the following major elements:
-Executive summary.
-Types of green building technologies.
-End users and applications.
-Manufacturers and related service providers.
-Patent analysis.
-Public policy dimensions and green initiatives.
-Market drivers.
-U.S. trends in the market for green building technologies by technology, product type, application and geographical region, 2013 to 2019.

METHODOLOGY
The methodologies and assumptions used to develop the market projections in this report are discussed at length in the chapter on “U.S. Market for Green Building Technologies, 2013 to 2019” and its subsection “Detailed Market Estimates and Projections.” In general, BCC Research used the following approaches:
Identified commercial as well as promising developmental green building technologies and their target markets through a literature review and interviews with industry experts.

The baseline (2013) market penetration ratio for each technology/target market. Developed forecasts of growth trends in each target market.

Analyzed technical, economic and other factors that will influence the ability of different green building technologies to compete for a share of their respective market(s) and estimated future consumption of each technology on this basis.

The report carefully documents data sources and assumptions. This way, readers can see how the market estimates were developed and, if they so desire, test the impact on the final numbers of changing assumptions such as price.

Chapter- 1: INTRODUCTION - Complimentary 6 $0
BACKGROUND
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
INTENDED AUDIENCE
INFORMATION SOURCES
SCOPE OF REPORT
METHODOLOGY
ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS
RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS
BCC RESEARCH WEBSITE
DISCLAIMER

Chapter- 2: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2 $250
Table Summary : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Figure Summary : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS, 2013-2019

Chapter- 3: GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS OVERVIEW 97 $3933
DEFINITIONS
HISTORY OF GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS
IMPORTANCE OF GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS
TYPES OF GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS
END-USER SEGMENTS

Chapter- 4: PATENT ANALYSIS 6 $243
PATENTS/PATENT APPLICATIONS BY APPLICATION AND TYPE OF MATERIAL

Chapter- 5: PUBLIC POLICY DIMENSIONS OF AND GREEN INITIATIVES FOR GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS 18 $730
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
U.S. GREEN INITIATIVES SUMMARY

Chapter- 6: U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS, 2013-2019 90 $3649
SUMMARY
DETAILED MARKET ESTIMATES AND PROJECTIONS

Chapter- 7: COMPANY PROFILES 27 $1095
AINSWORTH ENGINEERED CANADA LP
AIR KRETE INC.
AIRLITE PLASTICS CO.
AMERICAN POLYSTEEL LLC
AMVIC INC.
ANTHONY FOREST PRODUCTS CO.
APPLEGATE INSULATION SYSTEMS INC.
BASF CORP.
BAYSYSTEMS NORTH AMERICA LLC
BENNETT LUMBER PRODUCTS INC.
BIOBASED TECHNOLOGIES LLC
BOISE CASCADE COMPANY
BONDED LOGIC INC.
CANFOR CORP.
CENTURY-BOARD USA
CERTAINTEED CORP.
COLUMBIA VISTA CORP.
CORRECT BUILDING PRODUCTS
DOW CHEMICAL CO.
DURISOL BUILDING SYSTEMS INC.
ECO CHEMICAL INC.
ECORE INTERNATIONAL INC.
ECO-SHAKE LLC
ENERCEPT
F. H. STOLTZE LAND & LUMBER CO.
FORBO FLOORING INC.
GEORGIA-PACIFIC LLC
HENKEL CORP.
HOMASOTE CO.
HUBER ENGINEERED WOODS LLC
INTERFOR CORP.
INTERNATIONAL BILDRITE INC.
JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS
JOHNS MANVILLE CORP.
KELLY CABINET COMPANY INC.
KINGSTON BLOCK & MASONRY SUPPLY LLC
LEXICON BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD.
LOUISEVILLE SPECIALTY PRODUCTS INC.
LOUISIANA-PACIFIC
MAXITILE INC.
METAL SALES MANUFACTURING CORP.
MOZ DESIGNS INC.
MURUS CO.
NASCOR LTD.
NCFI POLYURETHANES
NICHIHA FIBER CEMENT
NORBORD INC.
NOVA CHEMICALS INC.
NU-WOOL CO INC.
OWENS CORNING
PALMER INDUSTRIES INC.
PARKLAND PLASTICS INC.
PLUM CREEK TIMBER COMPANY INC.
POTLATCH CORP.
PPG INDUSTRIES INC.
PREMIER BUILDING SYSTEMS
PYRAMID MOUNTAIN LUMBER INC.
REGUPOL AMERICA LLC
ROCK WOOL MANUFACTURING CO.
ROHM AND HAAS CO.
ROSEBURG FOREST PRODUCTS CO.
SHELTERWORKS LTD.
SIERRA PACIFIC INDUSTRIES
SIERRA PINE LTD.
SIMPSON LUMBER COMPANY LLC
STIMSON LUMBER COMPANY
SUN MOUNTAIN LUMBER INC.
TAMKO BUILDING PRODUCTS INC.
TEMBEC INC
TEMPLE-INLAND INC.
TERAGREN LLC
TERRA GREEN CERAMICS INC.
THERMAFIBER INC.
TOLKO INDUSTRIES
TREX CO. INC.
UNIVERSAL FOREST PRODUCTS INC.
URBAN MINING NORTHEAST LLC
U.S. GREENFIBER LLC
VITRO MINERALS INC.
WALTER ENERGY INC.
WARM SPRINGS FOREST PRODUCTS INDUSTRIES INC.
WEYERHAEUSER CO.

List of Tables
Summary Table : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Table 1 : U.S. BUILDING DEBRIS COMPOSITION
Table 2 : NATIONAL SOFTWOOD CONSTRUCTION LUMBER GRADES
Table 3 : SOFTWOOD LUMBER MANUFACTURERS
Table 4 : ENGINEERED LUMBER MANUFACTURERS
Table 5 : GREEN WALL SYSTEMS
Table 6 : INSULATING CONCRETE FORMWORK GREEN PROPERTIES
Table 7 : INSULATING CONCRETE FORMWORK TECHNOLOGIES
Table 8 : INSULATING CONCRETE FORMWORK USERS AND APPLICATIONS
Table 9 : ICF MANUFACTURERS
Table 10 : STRAW CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM GREEN PROPERTIES
Table 11 : STRAW BALE CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM MANUFACTURERS
Table 12 : PERMANENT WOOD FOUNDATION MATERIALS MANUFACTURERS
Table 13 : WOOD/PLANT FIBER-CEMENT COMPOSITE BLOCK GREEN PROPERTIES
Table 14 : WOOD/PLANT FIBER-CEMENT BUILDING MATERIALS MANUFACTURERS
Table 15 : STRUCTURAL INSULATING PANEL GREEN PROPERTIES
Table 16 : SIP MANUFACTURERS
Table 17 : STRUCTURAL SHEATHING GREEN PROPERTIES
Table 18 : GREEN STRUCTURAL SHEATHING MANUFACTURERS
Table 19 : GREEN INSULATION MATERIALS
Table 20 : CELLULOSE INSULATION GREEN PROPERTIES
Table 21 : RECYCLED CELLULOSE INSULATION MANUFACTURERS
Table 22 : CEMENTITIOUS FOAM INSULATION GREEN PROPERTIES
Table 23 : MINERAL WOOL INSULATION GREEN PROPERTIES
Table 24 : MINERAL WOOL INSULATION MANUFACTURERS
Table 25 : COTTON INSULATION GREEN PROPERTIES
Table 26 : COTTON INSULATION MANUFACTURERS
Table 27 : GREEN ROOFING MATERIALS
Table 28 : SPF GREEN PROPERTIES
Table 29 : SPRAY POLYURETHANE FOAM MANUFACTURERS
Table 30 : METAL ROOFING GREEN PROPERTIES
Table 31 : METAL ROOFING MANUFACTURERS
Table 32 : RECYCLED SYNTHETIC SHINGLES GREEN PROPERTIES
Table 33 : RECYCLED SYNTHETIC SHINGLE MANUFACTURERS
Table 34 : GREEN SIDING MATERIALS
Table 35 : METAL SIDING MANUFACTURERS
Table 36 : PLASTIC AND METAL INTERIOR WALL PANEL MANUFACTURERS
Table 37 : GREEN FLOOR, WALL AND CEILING COVERING MATERIALS
Table 38 : GREEN WALL, FLOOR AND CEILING COVERING MANUFACTURERS
Table 39 : GREEN PAINT, COATING, ADHESIVE AND SEALANT MANUFACTURERS
Table 40 : GREEN CABINETRY AND COUNTERTOP MANUFACTURERS
Table 41 : ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS: WASTE GLASS POZZOLANS
Table 42 : WASTE GLASS POZZOLAN APPLICATIONS
Table 43 : GREEN GLASS FILLER MANUFACTURERS
Table 44 : U.S. HOUSING STARTS BY TYPE OF DWELLING, 2008-2013
Table 45 : U.S. HOUSING STARTS, 2013-2019
Table 46 : VALUE OF U.S. COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION PUT IN PLACE, THROUGH 2013
Table 47 : PROJECTED INCREASE IN U.S. NEW COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION PUT IN PLACE, THROUGH 2019
Table 48 : VALUE OF U.S. PUBLIC NONINFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION PUT IN PLACE, THROUGH 2013
Table 49 : PROJECTED INCREASE IN NEW U.S. PUBLIC NONINFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION PUT IN PLACE, THROUGH 2019
Table 50 : U.S. GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS PATENTS AND PATENT APPLICATIONS BY TYPE OF MATERIAL, THROUGH DEC. 30, 2014
Table 51 : U.S. GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS PATENTS AND PATENT APPLICATIONS BY YEAR, PRIOR TO 2008 VS. 2008 TO DEC. 30, 2014
Table 52 : STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS THAT HAVE IMPLEMENTED GREEN BUILDING POLICIES
Table 53 : U.S. GREEN INITIATIVES: SUMMARY
Table 54 : LEED RATING SCALE
Table 55 : SUMMARY OF LEED MATERIALS AND RESOURCES CREDITS: WASTE GLASS FILLERS
Table 56 : GREEN GLOBES POINT CATEGORIES
Table 57 : GREEN GLOBES RATING SCALE
Table 58 : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, THROUGH 2019
Table 59 : LARGEST-SELLING GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Table 60 : U.S. MARKET FOR STRUCTURAL GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Table 61 : PROJECTED SALES OF GREEN FRAMING SYSTEMS, THROUGH 2019
Table 62 : PROJECTED SALES OF SOFTWOOD FRAMING LUMBER, THROUGH 2019
Table 63 : PROJECTED SALES OF ENGINEERED LUMBER, THROUGH 2019
Table 64 : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN WALL SYSTEMS, THROUGH 2019
Table 65 : TOTAL MARKET FOR ICF MATERIALS USED IN SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION, 2013
Table 66 : TOTAL MARKET FOR ICF MATERIALS USED IN MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION, 2013
Table 67 : ESTIMATED NUMBER OF NEW COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTED ANNUALLY, THROUGH 2019
Table 68 : PROJECTED ICF SALES, THROUGH 2019
Table 69 : PROJECTED SALES OF STRAW STRUCTURAL BUILDING MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Table 70 : PROJECTED GROWTH IN U.S. SINGLE-FAMILY HOME FLOOR SPACE, THROUGH 2019
Table 71 : PROJECTED SALES OF PERMANENT WOOD BASEMENT MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Table 72 : PROJECTED SALES OF WOOD FIBER-CEMENT COMPOSITE BUILDING BLOCKS, THROUGH 2019
Table 73 : ESTIMATED NUMBER OF NEW COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTED ANNUALLY, THROUGH 2019
Table 74 : PROJECTED SIP SALES, THROUGH 2019
Table 75 : RESIDENTIAL VS. NONRESIDENTIAL CONSUMPTION OF OSB, THROUGH 2019
Table 76 : PROJECTED SALES OF GREEN SHEATHING MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Table 77 : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN EXTERIOR BUILDING MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Table 78 : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN INSULATION MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Table 79 : PROJECTED SALES OF CELLULOSE INSULATION MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Table 80 : PROJECTED SALES OF CEMENTITIOUS FOAM INSULATION, THROUGH 2019
Table 81 : PROJECTED SALES OF RECYCLED COTTON INSULATION, THROUGH 2019
Table 82 : PROJECTED SALES OF MINERAL WOOL INSULATION, THROUGH 2019
Table 83 : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN ROOFING MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Table 84 : PROJECTED SALES OF SPF ROOFING MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Table 85 : PROJECTED GROWTH OF U.S. RESIDENTIAL ROOFING MARKET, THROUGH 2019
Table 86 : PROJECTED GROWTH OF U.S. RESIDENTIAL METAL ROOFING MARKET, THROUGH 2019
Table 87 : PROJECTED GROWTH OF U.S. FIBER-CEMENT ROOFING MARKET, THROUGH 2019
Table 88 : PROJECTED GROWTH OF OTHER RECYCLED-CONTENT ROOFING MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Table 89 : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN SIDING MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Table 90 : U.S. SIDING MARKET, THROUGH 2019
Table 91 : ALUMINUM AND STEEL SIDING MARKET SHARES, THROUGH 2019
Table 92 : PROJECTED GROWTH OF METAL SIDING MATERIALS MARKET, THROUGH 2019
Table 93 : FIBER-CEMENT SIDING MARKET SHARE, THROUGH 2019
Table 94 : PROJECTED GROWTH OF FIBER-CEMENT SIDING MATERIALS MARKET, THROUGH 2019
Table 95 : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN INTERIOR BUILDING MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Table 96 : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN WALL AND FLOOR MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Table 97 : PROJECTED SALES OF GREEN INTERIOR WALL AND FLOOR MATERIALS, THROUGH 2019
Table 98 : PROJECTED MARKET FOR GREEN FLOOR COVERINGS, THROUGH 2019
Table 99 : PROJECTED U.S. MARKET FOR ARCHITECTURAL PAINTS, COATINGS, ADHESIVES AND SEALANTS, THROUGH 2019
Table 100 : PROJECTED MARKET FOR LOW-VOC PAINTS, COATINGS, ADHESIVES AND SEALANTS, THROUGH 2019
Table 101 : PROJECTED MARKET FOR GREEN CABINETS AND COUNTERTOPS, THROUGH 2019
Table 102 : PROJECTED SALES OF GREEN GLASS FILLERS, THROUGH 2019

List of Figures
Summary Figure : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS, 2013-2019
Figure 1 : ESTIMATED SIP RESIDENTIAL APPLICATIONS BY TYPE, 2013
Figure 2 : U.S. HOUSING STARTS, 2013-2019
Figure 3 : NEW COMMERCIAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION BY TYPE OF COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY, 2008-2012
Figure 4 : VALUE OF U.S. COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION PUT IN PLACE, 2008-2013
Figure 5 : PROJECTED INCREASE IN U.S. NEW COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION PUT IN PLACE, 2013-2019
Figure 6 : VALUE OF U.S. PUBLIC NONINFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION PUT IN PLACE, 2008-2013
Figure 7 : PROJECTED INCREASE IN NEW U.S. PUBLIC NONINFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION PUT IN PLACE, 2013-2019
Figure 8 : U.S. GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS PATENTS AND PATENT APPLICATIONS BY END USE
Figure 9 : U.S. GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS PATENTS AND PATENT APPLICATIONS BY YEAR, PRIOR TO 2008 VS. 2008 TO DEC. 30, 2014
Figure 10 : GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS COMPANY IP PORTFOLIOS
Figure 11 : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS, 2005-2019
Figure 12 : U.S. GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS MARKET SHARES BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS. 2019
Figure 13 : U.S. MARKET FOR STRUCTURAL GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS, 2013 VS. 2019
Figure 14 : GREEN FRAMING SYSTEMS MARKET SHARES, 2013 VS. 2019
Figure 15 : U.S. MARKET FOR ENGINEERED LUMBER PRODUCTS, 2013
Figure 16 : U.S. GREEN WALL SYSTEMS MARKET SHARES BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS. 2019
Figure 17 : U.S. MARKET FOR ICF MATERIALS, 2013
Figure 18 : ICF SHARE OF U.S. SINGLE-FAMILY HOUSING STARTS, 2013
Figure 19 : RESIDENTIAL VS. COMMERCIAL MARKET FOR ICF MATERIALS, 2013
Figure 20 : ICF PENETRATION OF RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION MARKET, 2013-2019
Figure 21 : ICF PENETRATION OF COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION MARKET, 2013-2019
Figure 22 : U.S. SALES OF STRAW CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND RELATED EQUIPMENT, 2013
Figure 23 : U.S. MARKET FOR STRUCTURAL INSULATED PANELS USED IN CONSTRUCTION, 2013
Figure 24 : SIP PENETRATION OF SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION MARKET, 2013-2019
Figure 25 : SIP PENETRATION OF COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION MARKET, 2013-2019
Figure 26 : U.S. GREEN STRUCTURAL SHEATHING MARKET, 2013
Figure 27 : RESIDENTIAL VS. NONRESIDENTIAL CONSUMPTION OF OSB, 2013-2019
Figure 28 : PROJECTED OSB PRICE TRENDS, 2013-2019
Figure 29 : GREEN EXTERIOR BUILDING MATERIALS MARKET SHARES, 2013 VS. 2019
Figure 30 : GREEN INSULATION PRODUCT MARKET SHARES, 2013 VS. 2019
Figure 31 : U.S. MARKET FOR CELLULOSE INSULATION, 2013
Figure 32 : GREEN ROOFING PRODUCT MARKET SHARES, 2013 VS. 2019
Figure 33 : METAL ROOFING SYSTEMS RESIDENTIAL MARKET PENETRATION, 2013-2019
Figure 34 : FIBER-CEMENT ROOFING SYSTEMS RESIDENTIAL MARKET PENETRATION, 2013-2019
Figure 35 : GREEN SIDING MATERIALS MARKET SHARES, 2013 VS. 2019
Figure 36 : U.S. MARKET FOR METAL SIDING MATERIALS, 2013
Figure 37 : GREEN INTERIOR BUILDING MATERIALS MARKET SHARES, 2013 VS. 2019
Figure 38 : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN INTERIOR WALL AND FLOOR MATERIALS, 2013
Figure 39 : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN INTERIOR WALL, FLOOR AND CEILING COVERINGS, 2013
Figure 40 : U.S. MARKET FOR LOW-VOC PAINTS, COATINGS, ADHESIVES AND SEALANTS, 2013
Figure 41 : LOW-VOC PAINT, COATING, ADHESIVE AND SEALANT MARKET PENETRATION, 2013-2019
Figure 42 : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN CABINETS AND COUNTERTOPS, 2013
Figure 43 : U.S. MARKET FOR GREEN GLASS FILLERS, 2013
Figure 44 : PROJECTED U.S. PORTLAND CEMENT PRICE TRENDS, 2013-2019


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