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Global HVAC Market Growth in 2015: US Having a Fundamental Setup That is best in Over 10 Year

Aug 10, 2015, 14:20 ET from Reportsn Reports

CHICAGO, August 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ —

ReportsnReports.com adds Market Research on Global & US HVAC (Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning) Industry, 2015 that says global HVAC equipment market is positioned for another year of above-average growth; with a fundamental setup for the US that is the best in over 10 years.

Complete report on HVAC market for global and US regions spread across 251 pages and its HVAC analysis supported with 87 charts is now available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/406772-research-on-global-us-hvac-heating-ventilation-air-conditioning-industry-2015.html .

On the HVAC market front, the stars aligning for residential on employment, lower gas, and higher consumer confidence, all on an easy weather comparison with better price/mix and lower raw materials costs, while commercial markets face a steady nonresidential recovery. The underlying trends here are now firmly above the EE/MI sector average and, importantly, should be sustainable. From a macro perspective, the HVAC market is mostly immune to concerns around currency-related competitive risks.

Potential upside from continued release of pent-up demand and an easy weather comp from a cool summer in 2014. While the pre-buy impact from 13 SEER should reduce reported AHRI volume numbers by 8% in 2015. 14 SEER is positive with less risk around share shift and a positive benefit to margins and sales from mix up, which comes, for some, on a similarly priced cost base.

US Commercial HVAC market remains a more straightforward call, where about 5% growth in 2015/16 based on an ongoing non-res construction recovery (6-7% growth) and stable 4% replacement. Ductless continues to be the talk of the industry, a market that could come to represent 15% of the industry for both residential (~10%) and commercial (~5%).

OEMs were able to realize solid pricing gains in 2014, with most companies announcing low- to mid-single- digit price increases for 2015. Providing dedicated chapters on residential HVAC market, commercial HVAC market, sub-markets and a research on HVAC margins, this market research and analysis repot is supported with 87 global and US focused charts. Order a copy of Research on Global & US HVAC (Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning) Industry, 2015 at http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=406772 .

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