Framing Contractors Industry
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Industry Analysis


Companies in this industry are engaged in structural framing and sheathing of buildings. No major companies dominate the industry.

Competitive Landscape

Demand is driven heavily by new home construction. The profitability of individual companies depends on a steady volume of contracted work, accurate work estimation, and cost controls. Large companies have advantages in working in multiple geographies and may have relationships with high-volume production homebuilders. Small companies compete based on quality service and local reputation. The industry is fragmented, and small companies are prevalent. Three-fourths of US framing contractors have fewer than five employees.

Products, Operations & Technology

Major services include framing for new construction (70% of industry revenue) and remodeling and repair (30%). Single-family homes account for about half of framing contractors' business.

Geographic Segmentation

See where the Framing Contractors industry is concentrated geographically and research companies by financials and key corporate data.
Top Framing Contractors Companies:
$149.25M | United States
$147.79M | United States
$95.39M | United States
$44.17M | Japan
$43.75M | United States
$42.19M | Japan
$37.30M | Japan
$37.06M | Japan
$35.99M | United States
$35.11M | United States
$35.00M | United States
$33.19M | United States
$32.81M | United States
$32.62M | United States
$31.00M | United States
$30.44M | Japan
$29.45M | Canada
$28.71M | United States
$28.43M | Japan
$27.81M | Japan
$27.71M | United States
$27.18M | United States
$26.97M | Japan

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