2022 is set to be another marquee year for the fenestration sector, especially on the installation side of the industry. After weathering a variety of storms in 2020 and 2021, this year is poised to be remarkable for installers up and down the UK.

The DGB 2022 Installer Survey is designed to gauge the opinion and expectations for this year from fenestration installers, as well as provide a brief summary of 2021. This is the first survey of its kind this year aimed directly at the installer community within fenestration, and the more that take part, the more accurate a picture can be built about what we can expect from these next 12 months. It has the potential to be one of the most impactful pieces of research.

There have been many predictions about what we can expect this year in our sector. Opinions range from sales slowing down after Q1, to supply chains continuing to struggle to keep pace with demand, the skills shortages becoming more acute and the cost of living impacting who and what people spend their money on. Of course, there were many predictions made in the second half of 2020 and throughout 2021, nearly all of which were way off the mark. Such is the unpredictability of the market right now, making any kind of accurate assumption at the start of the year is very hard work. But this is where surveys and research can help shed some light on where we think we might be headed in the months to come.

If you are an installer, please take a moment to answer the survey below, it should only take a couple of minutes of your time. Help build a bigger picture of what we can expect in UK fenestration this year!

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