The APAC Doors and Windows Market by sales is forecast to grow more than 5% in the 2021-2026 period

New York, February 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – announces the release of the report “Doors and Windows Market in APAC – Industry Outlook and Forecast 2021-2026” – p06021783 /? utm_source = GNW

The market offers lucrative growth opportunities and is growing 1.4-fold in terms of number of units in the forecast period. China should become the market leader in the region. However, countries like India, Australia, Indonesia and Thailand are likely to offer expansion opportunities for new construction and renovation activities. China is the largest domestic market for the building construction sector. The growing disposable income of consumers and the increasing demand for thermal comfort are increasing renovation activities. Given the projected floor space and associated energy consumption over the next decade, efforts to reduce emissions from buildings will be prioritized to encourage the use of energy efficient building materials. China is an established market for building regulations and environmentally friendly guidelines for residential, commercial and public buildings. Therefore, the emission regulations have fueled the installation of windows and doors with high thermal and insulation performance.

The following factors are likely to contribute to the growth of the APAC door and window market during the forecast period:
• Increased preference for vinyl doors and windows
• High growth in sustainable and environmentally friendly building materials
• Growing importance of photovoltaic integration
• Growing construction sector

The study takes into account the current scenario of the APAC door and window market and its market dynamics for the period 2020-2026. It provides a detailed overview of various market growth factors, restraints and trends. The report provides both the demand and supply aspects of the market. It profiles and studies leading and other companies in the market.

Market segmentation for APAC doors and windows
APAC Doors and Windows market research report has detailed segmentation by product, type, material, end-user, installation, operation, and geographic location. In terms of shipping, doors contributed over 35% to the market share of APAC doors and windows in 2020. Wood and metal remain the most preferred material for exterior doors in several Southeast Asian countries. Metal doors are generally preferred for commercial buildings because of their durability and high performance. Nevertheless, wood remains the dominant material in countries like Japan and South Korea. The increasing preference for wood in indoor and outdoor work as well as renovation work is likely to influence the growth of the wooden door market. While vinyl is considered one of the fastest growing segments in the region due to its low cost and high efficiency, wood was able to maintain its lead in 2020.

The planned revival of the construction industry in the APAC region is expected to help introduce interior doors and windows in living areas. A high-speed renovation in several Tier I APAC cities has gained momentum in recent years. Interior doors and windows are expected to generate additional sales of around USD 10 billion in the forecast period, which corresponds to an absolute growth in unit numbers of 36%. Government policies to renovate abandoned homes in Japan and South Korea could help the market develop as worn interior doors and windows are replaced.

The APAC market for windows and doors is dominated by metal and wood-based materials due to the high concentration of manufacturers in China and India. Furniture made of concrete and high-quality wood is one of the most popular materials for home decor in countries like Japan, South Korea, Thailand and India. In 2020, wood was the second most important material for window and door manufacturers in the APAC region. Carved wooden doors with a high level of detail and architecture are very preferred in traditional and standalone residential homes in the APAC region. Solid wood, which is durable and attractive, is preferred for high performance and insulating properties. However, the expensive regular maintenance is a major factor hindering widespread adoption, especially in commercial spaces.

Residential end users are the main drivers for doors and windows, and the market is expected to generate approximately $ 30 billion in additional sales over the forecast period. New government-funded residential projects are currently driving demand for new residential construction. Malaysia, Vietnam and Thailand are expected to be major hotspots for new residential complexes in the forecast period. Government funded projects focus on high cost efficiency, thus increasing the demand for plastic windows and doors as they are costly and thermally more efficient than their wood and metal counterparts. Japan and China are responsible for significant solar energy consumption and building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV). Increased demand is expected in India due to the improvement in living standards, the growing construction industry and increasing government initiatives to reduce dependence on fossil fuels.

In 2020, new construction activity in the APAC region was severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the revival is expected to fuel growth in 2021. China is the epicenter of new construction activity, with a slowdown in the third and fourth quarters of 2020. Construction work in South Korea and Indonesia is expected to revive in 2021, leading the demand for new installation of doors and windows. The introduction of housing programs by government agencies in southeastern countries should support market growth. APAC is set to become the world’s largest market for flexible workspaces by the end of 2022. By January 2021 there should be over 11,500 co-working spaces. Co-working spaces are significantly increasing the demand for doors in non-residential segments, including glass material for floors and offices, wooden and aluminum doors for washrooms.

With the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of hands-free access and remote operation became significantly apparent. Corporate offices, food courts, medical facilities, hospitality centers and hotels, where safety and hygiene are of paramount importance, are watching the adoption of automatic doors. Over the years, manual doors and windows have grown in growth due to low maintenance, customization, individual security and personalization. The use of manual doors is high in growing economies such as South Korea, Indonesia and Thailand. Automatic doors and windows are expected to grow at the fastest CAGR, adding $ 11 billion in additional revenue over the forecast period. Commercial renovation facilities are preferred locations where automatic versions are expected due to their energy efficiency, better security and better accessibility.

• Doors
• Windows
• Inner space
• Outside
• metal
• plastic
• Wood
• Glass
End user
• Living
• Not for residential use
• New building
• Replacement
• Manually
• Automatically

In terms of sales and quantities, China is expected to be the largest market for doors and windows in the APAC region. The country is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of windows and doors made of steel and aluminum. Customization and craftsmanship are the factors driving the export of these products. In addition, Chinese manufacturers are increasingly dealing with global customers and customers in order to remain competitive in the market. Design aesthetics, budget and installation purpose all play an important role in installing doors and windows in the country. The revival of the construction industry, the boom in shopping centers and a significant number of hotel projects should increase the momentum for new installations in China during the forecast period.

• China
• Japan
• South Korea

LIXIL Corporation, YKK AP, Profine Group, and VEKA are widely represented in the APAC door and window market. The market has seen significant product development in terms of performance with PVC doors and windows being the focus. PVC doors and windows are gaining a lot of traction in the APAC market due to their high performance and low maintenance. In addition, the providers concentrate on the development of energy-efficient products. They emphasize the development of weatherproof, lead-free and durable products. Manufacturers are introducing a variety of window products to meet the increasing demand. Also, they focus on innovating their products to gain a competitive advantage in the market.

Prominent providers
• LIXIL Corporation
• Profine Group

Other prominent providers
• Shanghai SunFlower Group Co. Ltd.
• Oppein Home Group Inc.
• Huahe Group Co. Ltd.
• Guangdong Runcheng Chuangzhan Timber Industry Co. Ltd.
• Shanghai Finzone Windows & Doors Co. Ltd.
• Foshan Huge Aluminum Co. Ltd.
• Doorwin Group
• Megha door
• CenturyPly
• Purewood doors
• Greenlam Industries Ltd.
• Duroply Industries Ltd.
• DP doors
• Orion doors
• Durian Private Ltd.
• Beautex Industries Pvt Ltd.
• Fenesta Building Systems
• Window magic
• A & L.
• Bradnam’s Windows & Doors
• Parkwood Products Ltd.
• Hume Doors & Timber
• Door shooting
• Eagle aluminum
• Rylock
• DGA Windows

1. What is the forecast revenue of the APAC Doors & Windows market size through 2026?
2. How do energy efficient and sustainable building materials affect the growth of the APAC region?
3. What are the key market restraints in the Doors and Windows Market?
4. Which segment is likely to be the largest end consumer in the forecast period?
5. Who are the leading players in the window and door market?
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