Signs of growing demand for new Grade A office space in London, as well as other major cities, is predicted to stimulate growth for commercial glaziers from 2016 onwards.
The report said: “In terms of product sectors, commercial windows is the largest sector accounting for over 50 per cent of sector sales, with curtain wall and ground floor treatments both substantial markets.
“Roof glazing accounts for the smallest share at less than 10 per cent, though rooflights are [very much] in demand for both commercial and domestic applications.”
The report also confirmed that aluminium remains “the dominant frame material in the commercial glazing market”.
AMA Research believes the commercial glazing market has grown by five per cent this year alone and with similar growth anticipated in 2016 it’s exciting times for industry leading glazing manufacturers.
As the first and only designer and manufacturer of bespoke flat roof skylights to be awarded a BSI Kitemark, Sunsquare is out in front on its own, supplying small self-builds or large commercial projects with the safest, most stylish skylights in the industry.
Justin Seldis, managing director, Sunsquare, said: “This year, as a company, we have been scrutinised in every respect by the BSI in order to secure this unrivalled stamp of quality.
“It’s arguably one of the most influential things to ever happen in the industry. The quality and safety of our products forced the BSI to set new benchmarks for Kitemark standards in the UK skylight industry.
“So if you’ve always loved the idea of installing a skylight into your property, make sure you buy from the best, with products that are absolutely fit for purpose.”