Data
Residential Remodeling

Structural Systems

These reports use incidence rates, household purchase rates for homeowners and renters, and housing stock to produce market demand data and five-year forecast for the residential repair and remodeling purchases. The Structural Systems report contains a summary of purchase volume in units for a wide variety of structural floor systems materials, structural roof systems materials, and structural wall systems material in each of the 50 states. Market shares are also reported separately for owner-occupied dwellings for each of 32 geographic areas of the United States and renter-occupied dwellings for each of the nine Census Divisions. Product categories include:

TYPE OF ADDITION
  • Room(s) that are heated/air-conditioned
  • Garage or carport
  • Porch
  • Shed (barn, storage shed, workshop, etc.)
  • Other addition or new building
TYPE OF ALTERATION TO FINISHED LIVING SPACE
  • Floors
  • Walls
  • Roof
STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS CONSTRUCTED
  • Floor structure
  • Wall structure
  • Roof structure
SIZE OF ADDITION
  • Less than 100 SF
  • 100 to 199 SF
  • 200 to 299 SF
  • 300 to 399 SF
  • 400 to 499 SF
  • 500 to 599 SF
  • 600 SF or more
SIZE OF ALTERATION
  • Floors
  • Walls
  • Roofs
STRUCTURAL FLOORS
  • Lumber joists
  • Wooden I-joists
  • Steel joists
  • Open web floor truss
  • Concrete
  • Other
 
STRUCTURAL WALLS
  • Lumber studs
  • Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs)
  • Other wood
  • Steel
  • Masonry
  • Poured concrete
  • Other
STRUCTURAL ROOFS
  • Wood rafters/Stick-framed roof
  • Wood trusses
  • Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs)
  • Steel rafters or trusses
  • Post and beam
  • Other
PURCHASER / INSTALLER
  • Majority purchased by a professional contractor
  • Majority installed by a professional contractor
PLACE OF PURCHASE
  • Home center – Home Depot
  • Home center – Lowe's
  • Home center – Menards
  • Home center – Other
  • Hardware store
  • Specialty store
  • Lumber yard
  • Discount store
  • Other