Matrix GRP (Fibre glass) Roofing Training workshop for Skyline Roofing at SW Composites Gateway (City of Bristol College).
Tuesday June 12th, Wednesday June 13th, Thursday June 14th- 2012.
A properly laid fibreglass roof also known as GRP Roofing, will last for at least 30 years with no measurable deterioration.
GRP (glass reinforced plastic) is the technical name for what is commonly known as 'fibreglass'. Originally developed in 1938 for use in insulation, GRP is extremely durable and today is used in a variety of applications across a number of industries. Also known as FRP (fibre reinforced polymer) GRP is extremely versatile, strong and waterproof, making GRP the ideal solution for applications such as roofing systems. The ability to produce different finishes such as nonslip surfaces using GRP, in addition to being able to produce unlimited range of colour options for applications of almost any complexity, means that GRP is now a popular and viable alternative to traditional roofing systems used previously.
Why choose fibreglass
Engineers choose fibreglass for its strength, appearance, weather resistance and longevity and these characteristic make it the best choice for roofing. A well-constructed glass fibre roof has many advantages
- Topics covered include:- Boards and boarding, Bonding GRP to other materials, Trims, Resin and topcoat, Warm roofs and insulation...etc
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