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Glass reinforced plastic cladding is the ideal solution in situations where the use of heavy brick, stone or slate is impractical, and can be fitted by carpenters (no brick laying or concrete mixing required), at great speed and with no mess.
GRP brick effect cladding provides a lightweight and durable alternative to brick slips and brick slip cladding systems. GRP cladding panels can also be made in a range of perfectly matched finishes to suit your requirements.
Our highly skilled staff have perfected the art of producing fibreglass panels which look exactly like the real thing. Ideal for use in:
Our unique and award-winning Easi-Wall system has been deliberately designed around the standard concrete garden fence post. This means it’s easy to install from scratch or to convert an existing fence with just the addition of Easi-Wall panels and post covers, giving the effect of a brick wall at a fraction of the time and cost.
The finishing touches to restoration projects can be hard to source.
GRP Building Products can help by providing lightweight replica reproductions of architectural features in fibreglass. Our expert craftsmen can provide a perfect match for an 18th century gargoyle or replace heavy lead guttering with a high quality lightweight replica. From stone or render effect features to garden statues we can provide an alternative solution to meet your requirements.
GRP stone surrounds are easy to fit and less prone to damage than reconstituted stone. Lightweight and tough, they can be fitted as a feature on a new build home or as a replacement for worn stonework on older buildings. As a feature, window cassettes are not structural so can be fitted after all brick laying is completed, avoiding mortar or paint splashes.
The GRP product range also includes door surrounds and pillasters, prefabricated brick window arches, window cassettes and canopies, stone and lead effect dormer units and bay window canopies.
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