Residential Landscaping Product Sales To Stay Strong As Do-It-For-Me Trend Gets Back

CLEVELAND, October 4, 2021 / PRNewswire / – New analysis from Freedonia Group predicts residential demand for landscaping products will grow 2.3% per year through 2025 to reach $ 7.2 billion. The main trends supporting the growth in sales of landscaping products have seen increased intensity due to the COVID-19 pandemic, including:

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  • greater investment in outdoor living spaces, which can provide a comfortable and safe alternative to crowded public spaces and indoor gatherings

  • greater participation in gardening, stimulating the sale of landscaping products that facilitate this activity

  • increased short-term spending on home improvement, especially on higher-value, professional-grade projects as the pandemic has allowed more consumers to spend time and money on home improvement projects habitat

While some trends will continue to gain popularity, others will moderate after the pandemic. For example, professionally installed products are expected to overtake those installed by consumers until 2025, as more people resume their activities outside the home and the “do-it-for-” movement. me “(DIFM) is gaining momentum.

Landscaping and outdoor lighting among the biggest beneficiaries of the DIFM rebound

Until 2025, landscaping and outdoor lighting are two areas that will experience above-average growth as the market (DIFM) rebounds. The pandemic has led many homeowners to delay important, expensive, or complicated projects. As the pandemic progressed and consumers felt more comfortable having workers in their homes, contractors found themselves inundated with orders, resulting in longer delivery times. Because landscaping and lighting can be difficult to install, professionals will benefit from consumers’ interest in outdoor spaces, especially as the DIFM trend extends through 2025.

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Residential landscaping products is now available from the Freedonia Group. This study covers United States residential landscape products market. Historical data for 2010, 2015 and 2020 and forecast to 2025 and 2030 are provided for demand in current dollars (which are not adjusted for inflation) by product, end user and product type.

Consumer survey data and analysis of key industry participants including market share are also provided.

Some products:

  • Landscaping products: pavers, slabs and concrete planks; lumber (wood, plastic, composite); blocks (stone, concrete and glass); stone tiles, slabs and veneers (natural and manufactured); bricks; aggregates; other hard landscaping products (e.g., stone blocks; porcelain tiles, other ceramic and glass tiles; metal and plastic edging; plastic or rubber pavers; and plastic faux boulders)

  • Outdoor structures (shelters; recreational greenhouses; gazebos; recreational greenhouses; gazebos and pavilions; arches, arbors, trellises and pergolas; bridges and other structures)

  • Decorative landscaping products: water features (eg, fountains, ponds, waterfalls); lawn ornaments; statuary; other exterior decoration (e.g., weathervanes, garden stakes, wind chimes, observation balls)

  • Pots, planters and raised beds (plastic, pottery or other materials such as concrete and fiberglass)

  • Products for birds and wild animals (feeders, houses, birth baths and other products)

  • Landscape lighting (solar, low voltage, mains voltage and other)

  • Other landscaping products (heating products, synthetic droppings, fabrics and accessories)

Final user:

Type of project:

  • New residential

  • Renovation and repair

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