How the use of coating materials has changed over the years
After analyzing the results of the census on the exterior finishes of single-family homes, To stare created a video infographic showing the historical use of siding materials, such as wood, brick, stucco, vinyl, fiber and other options starting in 1977 and ending in 2017. As of As you play back the video, you can see the percentages of certain materials increasing or decreasing in size, depending on its popularity that year. Popularity not only took into account the appearance of the material, but also its availability, cost and practicality.
Trend-wise, each finish dominated a specific decade, in terms of homes completed in that finish. Brick dominated the 70s, wood dominated the 80s, vinyl, which only became available in the 90s, dominated this decade, and stucco and fiber cement dominated the 2000s. other âmaterials also saw their highest use in the late 1980s and 1990s.
Wood had the highest percentage of the market share overall, from 1981 to 1982, at 44%. Vinyl was the only other material to gain such a high total market share in 2002 with a 40% share. At the peak of its popularity, brick held a high 35% market share in 1973, although wood still dominated the market as a whole that year. Stucco and fiber cement have yet to dominate the coating materials market; the highest share of stucco, 24% in 2015, was beaten by vinyl market share of 27% and the highest share of fiber cement of 20% in 2016, was also beaten by vinyl with 27% %, stucco with 24% and brick with 22%.
Discover the video infographic on Fixr.