Roof Insulation Market is
forecast to reach $10.52 billion by 2025, after growing at a CAGR of 3.74% during
2020-2025. Due to its numerous applications, especially in the residential
sector, the demand for roof insulation is predicted to register a steady rise
in growth during the forecast period. Some of the typical factors which are
expected to drive demand on the global market are rising new buildings, tax
credits and rebates, and a strict regulatory environment. The other factors
projected to boost market growth are cost efficiency and reduction of
greenhouse gas emissions.
The “Roof Insulation Market Report – Forecast (2020-2025)”, by IndustryARC,
covers an in-depth analysis of the following segments of the Roof Insulation Market.
- Keeps the house warmer in winter and cooler in summer reduces bills for gas and electricity and reduces noise from outside and helps to reduce the carbon footprint in houses.
- This helps to reduce noise pollution, improve comfort reduces energy costs and maintains a healthy atmosphere. In line with the structural deck and membrane, insulation has become an important part of the roof assembly and functions.
- In addition, increased demand for insulating materials in extreme weather countries would lead to the development of the global market for roof insulation.
- Many vendors and research institutes are developing new sheets of polyurethane foam for various roofing applications, such as photo cross-linkable polyurethane.
Type - Segment Analysis
Batts & Rolls segment held the
largest share in the Roof Insulation Market in 2018. This provides adequate
insulation, is cost-effective and easy to use. Batt insulation in the form of
pre-cut panels and rolls is available Simple integration between studs and
joists blocks is made without gaps due to its versatility. Batts & rolls
roof insulation is capable of reducing the amount of energy required for
cooling and heat insulation of the home by 50 percent. Because of its
advantages, it will fuel market demand over the forecast period.
Material - Segment Analysis
Glass wool segment held the
largest share in the Roof Insulation Market in 2018. This market segment's
growth is due to its highly preferred roof insulation material globally, and
its growth is expected to continue in the near future. In addition to excellent
mechanical and thermal properties, it is non-degradable, less toxic and
non-combustible. Likewise, with regard to their specific uses, glass wool and
flat roof are expected to set the tone, respectively, for the material and roof
Application - Segment Analysis
segment has been the primary market for Roof Insulation for many years is growing
at a CAGR of 4.87%. This pitched roof has advantages over others such as
superior performance insulation, economical, durable, ecological, easy and fast
Geography - Segment Analysis
APAC dominated the Roof
Insulation Market share with more than 45%, followed by North America and
Europe. The global market for roof insulation gives rise to environmental
concerns regarding buildings and energy savings in countries such as China and
India. The expansion of the construction industry in the developing world, such
as APAC, leads to the development of the demand for roof insulation. The
construction industry in the Asia Pacific is worth $4.95 trillion (excluding India)
and, according to ENG Cranes, is expected to reach $5.45 trillion by 2021.
APAC's healthy economic growth had increased the region's construction activities.
Further, enhances the overall
growth of the market.
Drivers – Roof Insulation Market
- Increasing demand for residential and commercial applications.
Due to its numerous applications,
particularly in the residential sector, the roof insulation market is predicted
to record steady growth during the forecast period. The factors which are projected
to boost market growth are cost efficiency and reduction of greenhouse gas
emissions. The market for roof insulation tops demand in residential and
commercial applications by providing critical benefits such as noise
cancellation, reduction in carbon footprint and power and gas bills, and
preservation of optimal room temperature in warmer and colder seasons.
Isolation forms an important element of roof assemblies and is required to work
in conjunction with membrane and structural decks. Nonetheless, growth
opportunities resulting from various roof insulation technologies and types are
expected to help players heave a sigh of relief. With the ability to curb
energy use for heating (heat retention) or cooling purposes by approximately
50% in a residential setting, batts and rolls are considered to be a leading segment
of the product type.
Challenges – Roof Insulation Market
- Availability of alternatives roofing
Asphalt shingles roofing has
emerged as a highly popular option for constructing roofs due to their low
installation costs. These roofs are, however, vulnerable to extreme weather
conditions and their manufacturing process also results in the release of harmful
effluents. Moreover, the recycling process of demolished shingles is a costly
affair leading to huge landfills of asphalt waste. The ensuing threat to the
environment is quite high with the use of such roofing systems. Alternatively,
green roofing, metal roofing, synthetic fiber roofing, and others can be
included in the roof-building process to create durable, eco-friendly, and
weather-resistible roofs. A major concern affecting the construction industry
is the shortage of skilled labor, which also has a negative impact on the
roofing industry. Major companies within the industry are training employees
and also increasing pay scales in a bid to target competent and well-trained
Technology launches, acquisitions, and R&D
activities are key strategies adopted by players in the Roof Insulation Market.
In 2018, the market of Roof Insulation has been consolidated by the top five players
accounting for xx% of the share. Major players in the Roof Insulation Market BASF
SE, Rockwool International A/S, Berkshire Hathaway, Inc., Paroc Group, Owens
Corning Corporation, GAF, Knauf Insulation, Beijing New Building Material
(Group) Co., Ltd., Kingspan Group PLC, Saint-Gobain S.A, among others.
- In May 2016, Saint-Gobain S.A. acquired Buitex Industries (France) for Specializing in the production of wood fiber insulation products for the markets of France and in Europe. The investment also helped to extend the range of solutions for multi-material insulation.
- In July 2015, Owens Corning announced the opening of a new facility for the production of Thermafiber mineral wool insulation for commercial, residential and industrial applications in Joplin, USA.