CitiQuiet Windows: A Top Player in the Soundproof Window Industry

CitiQuiet Windows was recently featured in an all-inclusive market research report on Global Soundproof Windows published January 1, 2018. The study was conducted by Questale Market Research to uncover data and trends in four key components in the soundproof window industry: 1. Geographic location, 2. Top manufacturers, 3. Product type, and 4. Application uses. CitiQuiet Windows is proud to be a part of such a comprehensive study and contribute data to the soundproof window research and development in an effort to help advance the industry as a whole.

Geography: One component of the report focuses on a geographic study of soundproof windows covering North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, and India. Within each of these regions, the report explores production trends, consumption, revenue, market share and growth trends from a historical standpoint over the past 5 years (2012-2017). In addition to a historic data study, the analysis forecasts trends over the next five years as well (2018-2022).

Top Manufacturers: CitiQuiet Windows was featured as one of the top soundproof window manufacturers globally alongside three other competitors in the soundproof window industry including Milgard Windows & Doors, Saint-Gobain Glass, and Soundproof Windows, Inc. The study explores competitive metrics between these top players, including production, price, value, and market share for each manufacturer.

Product Type: Two types of products covered in the study include laminated glass and vacuum glass. Laminated glass is a type of strong, safety glass that will hold together even when shattered and is effective in increasing the sound insulation rating of a window. A vacuum-insulated window (also known as vacuum glazing) is a type of window by which the air in the space between the two panes of glass is extracted, creating a vacuum and making it effective in sound insulation as well. The industry market study explores the differences between these two types of glass including production trends, growth rates, revenue, price and market share of each.

Application Use: The fourth component of the research study explores 3 main applications for soundproof windows including residential use (for homes, apartments, condos, and townhomes), commercial use (space for businesses and customers), and industrial use (space that involves the manufacturing of goods, i.e. factories and construction). This part of the study focuses on the end users and explores the outlook for these applications including consumption trends, market share, and growth rate for each type of use for soundproof residential windows.

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