US Aging in Place 2019
|出版商||BRG Building Solutions||商品編碼||342234|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 79 Pages
|美國的老年人設備市場 US Aging in Place 2019|
|出版日期: 2019年07月31日||內容資訊: 英文 79 Pages||
高齡者用設備業界同時也被稱為「universal living industry」美國目前正急速成長中。嬰兒潮世代迎向了退休期，隨著這些人口居家時間變長，無障礙設施浴缸·淋浴設備的需求也就跟著高漲，結果不僅只專業業者，整體改建業者也都開始經手這類產品。無障礙浴缸原本是由專門業者開發、銷售，具有20年以上的歷史，但最近大型建築業者也將亞洲所產廉價進口商品加入產品系列中來配合需求。此外，無障礙設施淋浴設備本來進入門檻就低，處於高級淋浴用品延伸出來的地位。另外浴缸用扶手等的安全器具，近年來也被當成浴室附屬品而日益暢銷，這邊由於打入門檻低，有各種產品供給。
本報告提供美國的老年人浴室設備的市場相關分析，整體市場結構，及主要市場推動因素與其影響度，提供您主要各類別(無障礙設施浴缸，無障礙設施淋浴設備用模組，安全器具) 的市場規模實際成果值·預測值 (過去9年·今後6年份)，產品別價格趨勢，各產品·技術方式詳細趨勢，主要企業·品牌的市場佔有率，流通結構等調查評估。
This report provides an in-depth analysis of the USA aging in place market including the monitoring of recent trend patterns and demand drivers, plus substantiated volume forecasts for the next 5 years.
The Aging In Place industry or now more commonly described as Universal Living industry is a rapidly growing market in the US. As the baby boomer generation hits retirement, the lure of staying in their own homes has increased the need to accessible bathing and showering and as a result the market has moved from specialist care products to widely available items for both new construction and renovation purposes.
Accessible baths remain a more specialized item, with the key players having been in the market for over 20 years, but more main stream bath manufacturers are adding an accessible bath to their portfolios, and cheaper Asian imports are on the rise.
Shower modules and trays have been an easy market for players to enter requiring a low or no threshold and the designs have been incorporated in both luxury and open price point products.
Grab bars, which are included in the bath safety section of this report, are gaining in popularity and are now widely offered by faucet companies as part of their bathroom accessories line. These products are increasingly decorative and often installed into showers which are not zero threshold or next to a general soaker bath. Grab bars in particular have seen rapid sales growth in retail outlets and on line as more baby boomers opt to upgrade existing homes rather than move to specialized living communities.
This report focuses on the following product categories: