Awareness Among People Regarding Health And Hygiene To Spur The Smart Bathrooms Market


Jan-2018 | e-Market Research | Manufacturing & Construction

One of the major reasons for the growth of the smart bathrooms is the rise in emphasis on conservation of water and energy among the people. Furthermore, with the constant innovation in technology, the manufacturers of bathroom fixture have shifted their focus to sensor-enabled bathroom accessories from conventional bathroom accessories. The market for smart bathroom consists of features such as sensor-enabled soap dispensers, touchless faucets, automatic hand dryers, automatic cistern systems, and others.

Besides, the rise in wakefulness about health hygiene is also driving the growth of the market. Furthermore, the elevated use of touchless soap dispensers and automatic hand dryers as well as touchless faucets has significantly contributed to the growth of the market.

Another mark of smart bathrooms that is anticipated to comparatively drive to the growth of the market is the smart windows. These smart windows are employed in bathrooms to control the heat outflow and inflow to uphold sufficient temperature within the bathroom. In addition, increase in disposable income, the rise in expenditure in building energy-efficient & smart homes, and changes in consumer lifestyle are also projected to impel the growth of the smart bathrooms market in the coming period.

Additionally, a noteworthy traction has been observed in the market mainly with the residential and nonresidential sectors along with the rise in the requirement for energy-efficient buildings. There is a rise in demand for smart bathrooms within the nonresidential sectors such as restaurants, entertainment malls, educational institutions, hotel rooms, seminar or conference rooms, corporate offices, and others, to ensure hygiene maintenance and energy conservation. Thus, the rise in the digit of these nonresidential constructions is likely to spur the market growth.

On the other hand, the huge price associated with maintenance and installation is likely to hamper the growth of worldwide smart bathrooms market.