Trestle Creek Cabinets
Market Analysis Summary
Trestle Creek Cabinets will be focusing on architects, owners, and contractors in the regional area who are involved in high-end residential, resort, and commercial development segments.
In 2000, a total of 219 new residential homes worth $168 million were constructed in the Teton County, WY. If we take an average of $40,000 per kitchen, (probably conservative), and multiply that by the 219 homes, that gives us a total of $8,760,000 in kitchens installed for the year. We plan to acquire 4-5% of the market share of this residential segment in our first year. We do not think this is unreachable, especially in a still growing market.
Teton County, Idaho has great potential as three new resort developments, Teton Springs Golf & Fishing Club, Grand Targhee Resort Expansion, and Teton Country Club, come on line.
The following table outlines to total market potential of the three major customer segments in the Teton County.
4.1 Target Market Segment Strategy
Trestle Creek Cabinets will be focusing on contacting contractors and architects that deal with the luxury home market. Making ourselves known to these entities will generate some strong leads, along with getting personal recommendations to the home owners.
There are plans to upgrade office space to a showroom in a high visibility location. This will give us exposure to new home builders that are looking for our product.
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4.2 Industry Analysis
There are two main types of cabinet suppliers in the industry.
- Resellers of complete cabinet sets using stock items where the cabinets turn up completely built. Usually have no shop facilities but do have show rooms.
- Custom shops with full, in-house fabrication facilities. They are usually very product orientated and under-perform with customer support.
Trestle Creek Cabinets can provide high volume work, superior project management, and excellent quality while maintaining a low overhead.
4.2.1 Competition and Buying Patterns
The high-end cabinet market understands the concept of service and support, and is more likely to pay for it when the offering is clearly stated.
There are many competitors in the local market. Although each of them deliver a quality product, we feel they fail to deliver a full turnkey package. There are four factors that govern the cost of all kitchen projects: Scope, Product, Design, and Services. Most people mistakenly think that the size of the project and the choice of brand name products will make for the best results. But it is the design and a company’s services that will have the greatest impact on the quality and value of the customers investment.