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Total Siding Products Report – All Sections

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U.S. Siding Products Market Sales (1997-2021 estimate, 2026 forecast)

  • U.S. sales and growth analysis
  • Real sales trends
  • Price Index trends
  • U.S. manufacturer shipments by product:
    • Wood products: solid wood siding and shingle and shake; hardboard siding; softwood plywood siding; and other engineered wood siding
    • Metal products: sheet metal siding and accessories; metal soffits, fascia, and shutters; and metal panels
    • Vinyl siding and accessories
    • Brick, concrete, and building stone: bricks; precast concrete wall panels; decorative concrete blocks; building stone; precast concrete stone
    • Fiber cement siding


U.S. Masonry and Siding Contractor Revenues and Purchases (1997-2021 estimate)

  • Brick-laying and stone setting revenues
  • Stucco work revenues
  • Metal, vinyl, and wood siding installation revenues
  • Material purchases by masonry and siding contractors
  • Contractor employment and average hourly wages


U.S. Siding Products End-Use Markets (1997-2021 estimate)

  • Contractor revenues from new residential construction, residential replacement and remodeling, new nonresidential building construction, and nonresidential replacement and remodeling
  • Primary exterior materials installed on new single-family homes
  • Retail metal and vinyl siding sales and percent sold through home centers
  • Wholesale non-wood siding sales
  • Metal and vinyl siding purchases by manufactured home producers and other prefabricated wood building product manufacturers


Factors Driving U.S. Siding Products Demand (1997-2021 estimate)

  • Homeowner remodeling and repair spending
  • New and existing home sales
  • Housing permits and starts
  • Employment, personal income, and mortgage rate trends
  • Private and public nonresidential building construction spending