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North America Commercial Boiler Market worth over $2.2bn by 2028

  • Published Date: April 4, 2022

North America Commercial Boiler Market size is set to surpass USD 2.2 billion by 2028, as reported in the latest study by Global Market Insights Inc.

The North America commercial boiler market growth is driven by the rising shift from conventional water heating systems to the installation of efficient heating systems along with stringent government measures for energy conservation. Growing investments in the adoption of sustainable buildings to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in line with the increasing requirement for space heating across the commercial sector will accelerate the industry landscape. Furthermore, a positive outlook toward the healthcare sector coupled with continuous technological advancements will sway the industry trends.

The ability to offer cost-effective heating solutions in line with the easy availability of resources will propel the oil-fueled commercial boiler industry demand

The North America commercial boiler market for oil-fueled segment is expected to reach more than USD 330 million by 2028 owing to the growing demand for energy-efficient boiler systems coupled with the ability to offer lifetime cost savings of energy on account of the reduced fuel prices. The rising deployment of strict policies toward environmental protection in line with the continuous introduction of new & innovative technologies by leading participants will further stimulate the product penetration.

Growing demand for space heating systems will impel the > 10 - ≤ 50 MMBtu/hr capacity segment growth

The > 10 - ≤ 50 MMBtu/hr capacity segment in the North America commercial boiler market is anticipated witness around 4.5% growth rate through 2028 led by the increasing requirements for high efficiency heating systems along with growing applicability across healthcare facilities, offices, warehouses, and lodgings. A paradigm shift toward the upgrade and replacement of traditional water heating systems in line with favorable government funds & policies toward the development of renewable buildings will augment the industry value.

Browse key industry insights spread across 190 pages with 218 market data tables & 31 figures & charts from the report, North America Commercial Boiler Market, By Fuel (Natural Gas, Oil, Coal), By Capacity (≥ 0.3 - ≤ 2.5 MMBtu/hr, > 2.5 - ≤ 10 MMBtu/hr, > 10 - ≤ 50 MMBtu/hr, > 50 - ≤ 100 MMBtu/hr, > 100 - ≤ 250 MMBtu/hr), By Technology (Condensing, Non-condensing), By Product (Hot Water, Steam), By Application (Offices, Healthcare Facilities, Educational Institutions, Lodgings, Retail Stores), COVID-19 Impact Analysis, Country Outlook, Application Potential, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2022 – 2028”, in detail along with the table of contents:

Positive outlook toward the healthcare sector along with the rising demand for cost-effective heating systems will boost the non-condensing segment value

The non-condensing commercial boiler market is predicted to grow on account of the stringent government regulations & mandates including tax rebates & incentives along with the expansion of the service sector. Efficient & reliable operation in line with high longevity and low maintenance cost of these boilers will influence the industry scenario. Additionally, continuous technological innovations coupled with the expansion of the hospitality sector will accelerate the business landscape.

Rising deployment across commercial facilities in line with the integration of advanced systems will foster the hot water commercial boiler market progression

The steam segment in the North America commercial boiler market is poised to rise owing to the continuous replacement of the existing water heating systems by various organizations to comply with strict building standards & codes. In addition, easy installation, and low cost along with increasing integration of digital water heating systems to enhance access capability and monitoring will sway the product demand. Moreover, the rapid adoption of cost effective and enhanced capacity systems to cater to the water heating and storage requirements across commercial applications will further stimulate the industry expansion.

Favorable government investments for the replacement of traditional heating systems will enhance the North America commercial boiler market value

Commercial boilers across the retail sector are projected to showcase an upsurge attributed to the surging demand for energy-efficient water heating solutions in line with the development of sustainable buildings to reduce carbon emission. Rising inclination toward enhanced, efficient, and cost-effective boiler systems coupled with continuous expansion of retail stores will propel the industry dynamics. The robust consumer demand for manufactured products along with the rising development of advanced & new commercial centers will impact the business demand.

Favorable government investments in new construction facilities will spur the market demand across Canada region

Canada commercial boiler market captured more than USD 160 million in 2021 impelled by the surging requirements for space heating along with low temperatures in winters. Stringent government laws & regulations in line with various tax rebates toward the growth of sustainable buildings will sway the industry progression. In addition, continuous technological advancements coupled with the introduction of new solutions for water heating by major leaders will drive the industry growth.

Strategic planning and alliances in line with continuous research & development activities will sway the industry revenue

Eminent players operating in the North America commercial boiler market include Hurst Boiler and Welding, Babcock and Wilcox Enterprises, Burnham Holdings, PARKER BOILER, Vapor Power International, Climate Solutions, Siemens, Cleaver-Brooks, Viessmann, Superior Boiler Works, Clayton Industries, The Fulton Companies, Miura America, Columbia Boiler Company, A.O. Smith, and Precision Boilers. Strategic partnerships & collaborations coupled with inorganic growth ventures and mergers will boost the industry outlook.

Authors: Ankit Gupta, Shubham Chaudhary