Pune, India, January 2019/MRFR Press Release/- Market Research Future has published a half-cooked research report on the Global Decorative Concrete Market
The decorative concrete market is an extremely popular one as this is a widely used construction material across the globe. This is a regular concrete with an extra touch of unique patterns, finishes or coloring. Commercial buildings like office buildings, hotels, and malls invest a good share of revenue in this concrete for maintaining the aesthetics and visual stature of their advanced facilities. Some of the practical uses of decorative concrete include unlit roundabouts, cycle paths, pavements, walkways, and garden paths. The developing construction sector all over the world is driving its market growth. The current rise in construction start-ups has led to an increase in decorative concrete. This concrete is highly lucrative for different reasons like skid resistance, improved indoor air quality, and aesthetic enhancement. The rise in remodeling and renovation activities is another reason behind the market growth. The growth for the decorative concrete market can also be attributed to this construction material’s stain, abrasion, and resilience resistance. Owing to its good strength, it is used in heavy foot traffic areas too. The global decorative market is likely to grow at a splendid 6.2% CAGR during the forecast period.
In MFRF’s report, the global decorative concrete market is segmented on the basis of type, application and end use.
Based on type, it is segmented into polishing concrete, concrete dyes, stained concrete and stamped concrete. Amid these, stamped concrete has the biggest market share. This is a constant concrete surface that has been stamped or molded to appear close to wood, stone, bricks, and individual pavers. Its demand is on the rise because stamped concrete has higher strength and is easy to install.
Based on applications, the global decorative market is segmented into non-residential and residential. Of the two, the residential segment holds the biggest share. Owing to urbanization and increasing population, a shift has been noticed in the population under the urbanized areas, particularly in the developing nations. It is this transition that has augmented the demand for residential complexes and homes. This is another reason behind the growth of the decorative concrete market. On the other hand, the non-residential segment is likely to grow at a whopping CAGR at the time of the forecast period. Moreover, more investment made in renovation projects and the latest commercial constructions will boost up this sector's demand.
Based on end use, it is segmented into patios, walls, driveways, and floors. Of all, the floor segment has the biggest market share and is likely to grow at a maximum CAGR at the time of the forecast period.
On the basis of region, the global decorative concrete market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest of the World. Of all these regions, Europe has the maximum market share and next follows North America and Asia Pacific. Rehabilitation and repair of the current infrastructure and increasing gradation are the key drivers behind the growth of the decorative concrete market in Europe. In Europe, the UK and Germany are the key markets. The construction values in the UK both of the private and public sectors is constantly increasing. The second biggest region in the market is North America and in North America, the biggest market is the US. It is the strong development in the United States residential and commercial structures that is likely to increase the demand for the decorative concrete market here. It is Asia Pacific that is anticipated to grow at an impressive CAGR during the forecast period. The rising number of construction activities in India, Japan, Indonesia and China is the key factor that is increasing the market growth.
Leading players in the decorative concrete market include Seacoast Concrete (US), Deco-Crete, LLC (US), Mcknight Custom Concrete Inc (US), PPG Industries Inc (US), BASF SE (Germany), Bomanite India (India), Boral Limited (Australia), LafargeHolcim Ltd (Switzerland), HeidelbergCement AG (Germany), and Sika AG (Switzerland).
Control flow concrete is a concrete category that has recently emerged for bridging the gap between self-consolidating and conventional concrete. Some of its desirable characteristics include it flows and places with ease without negatively impacting segregation resistance or stability. It can be placed with little vibration, will cut cost, and eliminate labor costs.
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