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Residential Remodeling and Building to Drive Gains for Plastic Molding and Trim
Granite, Laminate Lose Some Ground as U.S. Countertop Demand Grows
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Granite, Laminate Lose Some Ground as U.S. Countertop Demand Grows

Commoditization of consumers' favorite materials will create opportunities for... More

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Window Makers Open Up New Features

Both online and inside their products, window makers are upgrading their goods in advance of an expected sales surge. More

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Cabinet Sales Forecast To Rise 8.2% Annually to 2016

A rebound in housing completions will push an 8.2% annual growth in U.S. demand for cabinets to $15.3 billion in 2016, according to a new report by Cleveland-based market research house The Freedonia Group. More

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Nonresidential growth to fuel above-average siding market gains through 2016

The siding market is expecting 8.4% annual growth in demand through 2016 to reach 96.5 million squares at a value of $11.4 billion. More

What's New in Trim and Siding
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What's New in Trim and Siding

Manufacturers are producing durable, low maintenance and good-looking exterior... More

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13% Growth Forecast in Composite, All-Plastic Lumber Thru '15

Demand nationwide for wood-plastic composite and all-plastic lumber--including decking, molding, trim, windows, and doors--will rise 13% per year through 2015 to become a $5.4 billion market, Freedonia Group forecast. More

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Green Building Materials Demand to Grow 13% Annually Over Next 5 Years

Nationwide demand for green building materials is expected to increase 13% annually to create a $71.1 billion market in 2015, according to a forecast by the Freedonia Group. More

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Analysis: ACQ-Treated Decking Beats Composites

Treated wood interests, seeking to make green concerns a greater factor in consumers' deck-buying decisions, have begun publicizing an academic research paper they funded that found ACQ-treated wood has far better environmental characteristics over the life of the product than does wood-plastic composite decking. More

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