Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Growth in the construction sectors underpins demand for the Tile Installers industry. As the subprime crisis and ensuing recession leveled construction values, industry demand sank with the ship. Residential and non-residential construction is expected to pick up over the coming five years, and rising disposable income is projected to encourage former DIY consumers to pay for professional services. Reduced government demand, however, may hamper revenue growth in the future... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Locations Chapter
The residential-based aspect of the Tile Contractor industry results in a geographically dispersed nature proportional to the distribution of population across the United States. Tile installers are therefore strategically placed where they can serve the population's homes as well as workplaces, hospitals and schools.
Although most buildings use tile or marble in restrooms and kitchens, regional preferences for other wall and floor covering material exist due to climatic differences. Cooler regions may prefer the alternative of carpet or linoleum. In addition, certain regions may not have easy availability to raw materials such as marble, granite, and slate... purchase to read more