Sector: Roofing

Market Overview: Growth in new residential and commercial construction and increased investment into improving existing properties have created steady economic growth in the roofing industry over the past several years. The majority of product market share in the residential sector is due to replacement roofing. Steep-slope asphalt is the primary product used as it is inexpensive, easy to install, and durable; however, it requires regular replacement. Although small compared to asphalt and clay- or concrete-based tiles, the use of metal roofing with cooling coatings has emerged as a more environmentally friendly, long-lasting, and energy-efficient option growing in residential settings. It has a higher initial cost than asphalt, but homeowners are starting to make the investment. The same is true with insulated metal roof panels, which offer additional energy-saving benefits. 

Synthetic or polymer-based roofing is still a niche market but may gain popularity to replace natural shake and slate roofing that can be high maintenance. These products create little waste in the installation process compared to natural alternatives, last much longer, and contain recycled content. 

In the commercial sector, demand for built-up (or tar and gravel) roofing is shrinking as single-ply is growing. Single-ply refers to the class of roofing membranes used on low-slope roofs that are made from compounded sheets of synthetic materials, including modified bitumen, thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO), and PVC. TPO has the highest growth rate, but PVC is growing quickly.

Roofing products are mostly manufactured and used domestically. Tile roofs are manufactured regionally in the markets where they are most used: California, Florida, and the Southwest. Tiles, shingles, and metal panels are predominantly made in the United States, with most manufacturers operating multiple U.S. production facilities. Metal roofing is the most localized segment, with many small manufacturers custom building products for their immediate market. Roofing products that are most often manufactured overseas include peripheral items like reflective coatings, adhesives, and paints. However, the majority of these products are still made in the U.S. as well.

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Company Location
Boral Roofing Placentia, California
Boral Roofing Corona, California
Boral Roofing Henderson, Colorado
Boral Roofing Henderson, Nevada
Boral Roofing Brookside, Texas
Boral Roofing French Camp, California
Boral Roofing Lake Wales, Florida
Boral Roofing Lakewood, Washington
Boral Roofing Metamora, Michigan
Boral Roofing Lathrop, California
Boral Roofing Pompano Beach, Florida
Boral Steel Roofing Manufacturing Oceanside, California
Boral Steel Roofing Technologies Brea, California
Boral Steel Roofing Technologies Leesburg, Florida
Boral Steel Roofing Technologies North Kansas City, Missouri
Boral Steel Roofing Technologies Mesquite, Texas
Boston Valley Terra Cotta Inc. Orchard Park, New York
Bridger Steel Inc. Belgrade, Montana
Bridger Steel Inc. Rapid City, South Dakota
Bridger Steel Inc. Billings, Montana
Bridger Steel Inc. Evansville, Wyoming
Bridger Steel Inc. Kalama, Washington
Bridger Steel Inc. East Helena, Montana
Bridger Steel Inc. Great Falls, Montana
Brightsmith Coil Coaters Trenton, New Jersey
Brightsmith Coil Coaters Morrisville, Pennsylvania
Buckeye Metal Sales LLC Frankfort, Ohio
Burke Industries San Jose, California
Butler Manufacturing Kansas City, Missouri
Butler Manufacturing Annville, Pennsylvania
Butler Manufacturing Visalia, California
Camara Slate Products Fair Haven, Vermont
Carlisle Companies Inc. Scottsdale, Arizona
Carlisle Construction Materials Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Carlisle SynTec Inc. Senatobia, Mississippi
Carlisle SynTec Inc. Greenville, Illinois
Carolina Nonwovens Maiden, North Carolina
Carpenter Richmond, Virginia
Carpenter Elkhart, Indiana
Carpenter High Point, North Carolina
Carpenter Fogelsville, Pennsylvania
Carpenter Lakeland, Florida
CBC Steel Buildings Lathrop, California
Ceco Building Systems Columbus, Mississippi
Ceco Building Systems Mt. Pleasant, Iowa
Ceco Building Systems Rocky Mount, North Carolina
Cedar Valley Manufacturing Hollister, California
CeDUR Aurora, Colorado
Central States Manufacturing Inc. Seguin, Texas
Central States Manufacturing Inc. Scottsville, Kentucky