Waterproofing Membranes Market worth $38.8 billion by 2025

The report “Waterproofing Membranes Market by Raw Material, Type (Liquid Applied, Sheet Based), Usage (New Construction, Refurbishment), Application (Building Structure, Roofing, Roadways, Waste & Water Management, Walls), and Region- Global Forecast to 2025”, The global waterproofing membranes market size is estimated at USD 33.5 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach USD 38.8 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 5.4%


Some of the prominent key players are:

· Sika (Switzerland)

· Tremco (US)

· BASF (Germany)

· Soprema (France)

· GCP applied technologies (US)

· Fosroc (UK), Mapei (Italy)

· Carlisle Construction Company (US)

· Johns Manville (US)

· Renolit (Germany)


Opportunity: Rising interest in green roofs to boost demand for waterproofing membranes

Waterproofing membranes have some disadvantages, such as toxicity and VOC content. Manufacturers such as Sika, Fosroc, and Tremco provide and have also invested in R&D of solutions, which have minimal impact on the environment. Manufacturers are increasingly accrediting their products with green certification for use in sustainable construction projects that include green roofs and green buildings. Green roofs are roof structures of any building that are completely or partially covered with vegetation. Green roofs offer a reduction in energy costs, urban heat island effect, and stormwater runoff, and the removal of harmful air particles. Green buildings, on the other hand, are buildings that are energy-efficient and environmentally responsible throughout a buildings life cycle. Waterproofing is important for these building structures as they provide efficient protection from water runoff and weather conditions, and also provide energy efficiency. In countries, such as Germany and the US, green buildings are witnessing high growth owing to regulations pertaining to emissions from buildings, and also due to the positive impact of these establishments.

Based on application, the building structure to be the largest consumer of waterproofing membranes.

Building structures are areas excluding roofs and walls such as balconies, basements, foundations, retaining walls, storage rooms, belowground constructions, and others. Building structures are often exposed to stresses such as water exposure, water stresses, groundwater chemical exposures, unequal static forces, temperature variations, biological influences, and others. Waterproofing of these structures provide effective and long term protection form these exposures and ensure efficient protection of building structures.

Based on region, APAC is estimated to lead the waterproofing membranes market in 2020.

The waterproofing membranes market in APAC is projected to register the highest CAGR during the forecast period. The building structures market in APAC is driven by the growing construction industry, increased consumer spending, and strong economic growth.


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