Sector: HVAC

Market Overview: The heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) market is the largest energy- efficient product sector in the United States in terms of dollar volume and boasts a significant amount of domestic manufacturing. Products made here feed the domestic market and are exported to some 230 markets around the world.

The market for advanced HVAC products is growing, fueled primarily by the ongoing replacement of older units as well as continued demand from regulators and consumers for new and increasingly efficient products. In fact, over half of the U.S. market for these more efficient are for the replacement of old units versus units for new residential and commercial construction. However, with new housing starts expected to grow over 6 percent in the next five years, this portion of the market will expand.

Large HVAC equipment such as central air conditioning, furnaces and boilers continue to be made in the United States with significant domestic content, while smaller products—such as window air conditioners, dehumidifiers, humidifiers and ceiling fans (except for high end)—are manufactured outside the United States. Exhaust fans and similar ventilation products are an exception to the size rule as they are made both domestically and overseas. Some OEMs manufacturing in the United States—including Air King Limited and Fantech—source and assemble over 60 percent of the product in the United States, but import the motor—the most expensive component. Broan Nutone manufactures 65 percent of their product line at their flagship U.S. manufacturing facility with 85 percent domestic content. This company is actually expanding their U.S. facilities to meet increased exports to China.

Interestingly, the concentration of large manufacturers in the HVAC market is relatively low with the top four companies expected to account for just 28 percent of total industry revenue. The diverse set of products manufactured for the HVAC market has attracted the investment of a many small to medium-sized manufacturers, many of them with 50 employees or less. While the larger OEMs are more nationally recognized, there are still smaller, independently owned and operated U.S. manufacturers making products such as boil­ers and geothermal systems to meet regional market needs. Additionally, products associated with HVAC installation like ductwork and insulation are also manufactured domestically.

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Company Location
Gray Metal Products Inc. Avon, New York
Gray Metal South Inc. Dunn, North Carolina
Gray Metal South Inc. Humboldt, Tennessee
Great American Coil White Oak, Texas
Greenheck Fan Corporation Frankfort, Kentucky
Greenheck Fan Corporation Schofield, Wisconsin
Greenheck Fan Corporation Rocklin, California
Greenheck Fan Corporation Kings Mountain, North Carolina
Greenheck Fan Corporation Moisonee, Wisconsin
Greenwood Clean Energy Inc. Redmond, Washington
Griswold Controls Irvine, California
Grundfos Pumps Corporation Brookshire, Texas
Grundfos Pumps Corporation Fresno, California
Grundfos Pumps Corporation Downers Grove, Illinois
GVS North America Bloomer, Wisconsin
GVS North America Sanford, Maine
GVS North America Findlay, Ohio
H.B. Fuller Construction Products Aurora, Illinois
H.B. Fuller Construction Products Houston, Texas
Halton Group Scottsville, Kentucky
Hamlin Companies Garner, North Carolina
Harris Brothers Roof & Sheet Metal Company Charleston, West Virginia
Harris Products Group Mason, Ohio
Hart and Cooley Inc. Grand Rapids, Michigan
Hart and Cooley Inc. Olive Branch, Mississippi
Hart and Cooley Inc. Huntsville, Alabama
Hart and Cooley Inc. Turners Falls, Massachusetts
Hart and Cooley Inc. Sanger, California
Hartell Pumps Ivyland, Pennsylvania
HaVACo Technologies Inc. Erie, Pennsylvania
Haydon Corporation Grand Prairie, Texas
Hays Fluid Controls Dallas, North Carolina
HDK Industries Rogersville, Tennessee
Heat Controller Inc. Jackson, Michigan
Heat Pipe Technology Inc. Tampa, Florida
Heat Transfer Products (HTP) East Freetown, Massachusetts
Heat-Timer Corporation Fairfield, New Jersey
Heatco Cartersville, Georgia
Heatex North America Natural Bridge Station, Virginia
Heating & Cooling Products Byesville, Ohio
Heating & Cooling Products Mt. Vernon, Ohio
Heatizon Systems Murray, Utah
HeatPly Inc. Petaluma, California
Hercules Industries Salt Lake City, Utah
Hercules Industries Denver, Colorado
Hercules Industries Topeka, Kansas
Hercules Industries Denver, Colorado
Heresite Protective Coatings LLC Manitowoc, Wisconsin
HFC Enterprises Los Angeles, California
Holby Valve Inc. Newark, New Jersey