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Flat Roofing Market Report - UK 2013-2017 Analysis
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 70 Pages|
|英国の平屋根材市場 Flat Roofing Market Report - UK 2013-2017 Analysis|
|出版日: 2013年02月05日||ページ情報: 英文 70 Pages||
AMA Research are pleased to announce the publication of the 2nd edition of the report, 'Flat Roofing Market Report - UK 2013-2017 Analysis'. The unique report provides an informed and up-to-date analysis of this market and includes a review of the recent market performance, influencing factors and forecasts over the next few years.
Acclaim Contracts, Alltype Roofing Supplies, Alumasc Roofing Systems, Avonside Roofing, Bauder, Bracknell Roofing, Breyer Roofing, Briggs Amasco, Burton Roofing Merchants, Carlisle Construction Materials (CCM), CCF, Cellecta, Celotex, Central Roofing & Building Services, Chesterfelt, Ecotherm Insulation UK, EDS Roofing Supplies (Midlands), EJ Roberts Roofing, Elliotts Premier Roofing, Encon, Everlast Waterproofing, F.G.F, Fatra, Fenland Flat Roofing, Flachdach Technologie (FDT) GmbH & Co, Graham Roofing (Scotland), Hambleside Danelaw, Icopal, IKO, Integrated Polymer Systems UK, Interloc Building Solutions, International Construction Bureau, Jennings Roofing, Kemper System, Kingspan Insulation, Lakesmere, Langley Waterproofing Systems, Liquid Plastics, McLaw Living Roofs, Met-clad Contracts, Miller Roofscapes, Minster Insulation, Mitie Tilley Roofing, Panel Systems, Paul Happe Contracts, Pittsburgh Corning (UK), Polyroof, Prater, Protan, Raven Roofing Supplies, Recticel Insulation, Renolit Waterproofing, Richardson Roofing, Rockwool, Roofdec, Roofline Group, Rose Roofing, RS Miller Roofing, Saint-Gobain Isover, SD Samuels (Special Projects), SIG Roofing, Sika, Soprema, Springvale EPS, Survey Roofing, Swift Roofing Contracts, The Garland Company, Topek, Tor Coatings, Triflex (UK), Vencel Resil (Jablite), Weatherproofing Advisors, Wensley Roofing, Western Counties Roofing, Xtratherm.
The market for flat roofing systems showed a further decline to an estimated 20 million m in 2012, underpinned by the continuing recession in key markets notably; business park, office newbuild, industrial warehousing construction, shopping mall and out-of-town retail newbuild and a continuation of a recent trend way from building flats towards standard housebuilding. From late 2011, the impact of public sector budget cuts implemented in 2010 began to impact on non domestic construction newbuild output, particularly in the public sector.
However, to some extent the rate of decline in demand has been mitigated by increased levels of refurbishment / re-roofing in certain sectors such as retail warehousing and BSF secondary schools. Unlike other building fabric elements, demand for flat roofing systems is less dependent on newbuild activity, with refurbishment typically accounting for around 60% of new installations and re-roofing.
While recent years have been difficult, 2011 and 2012 showed some signs of stabilisation and perhaps even more positive signs, though the latter part of 2012 again turned more negative.
Over the medium term, to 2017, there may be a modest improvement in demand, underpinned by drivers such as; tighter energy efficiency requirements (Building Regulations Part L 2013), initiatives such as Zero Carbon Homes and the Fabric Energy Efficiency Standard and possible recovery in key markets such as commercial offices and retail construction.
Offset against this will be lower levels of demand from the public sector for newbuild and, possibly, major refurbishment works.
Some flat roofing products e.g. PVC single ply membranes and liquid roofing systems - have fared better than others due to factors such as greater ease/speed of installation, lower cost and wider ranges of colour finishes.
The supply of waterproofing membranes is concentrated among relatively few suppliers led by IKO and Sika, the other major players being Icopal and Bauder. Similarly, the supply of insulation products is limited to a small number of manufactures including Kingpsan Insulation, Rockwool, Celotex and Ecotherm.
Distribution is typically split between the roofing merchants on the one hand that typically supply smaller contractors and general builders and other channels, primarily direct sales that are mainly to contractors working on larger commercial and industrial projects.
The roofing contracting sector itself is polarised between a large number of very small/local firms and a relatively small number of national and large regional businesses. However, with the commercial and industrial sector accounting for around three quarters of installations, there are fewer companies providing flat roofing services. The leading contractors in this sector include Briggs Amasco, Avonside Roofing, Mitie Tilley and Breyer Roofing.