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What does GRP stand for in Roofing?

GRP or glass reinforced plastic is one of the market leaders in regards for sales of roofing materials worldwide. Companies like Scott Bader who manufacture liquid/resin and others like Topseal, Cure-it are multi-million pound companies and are market leaders not just in GRP products but others.

Today’s products far exceeding the GRP systems from the forties and fifties, as they are a lot more durable and the liquid resin is far superior than the older liquids, add the edge trims and what we have is a system that is flexible, lightweight and can be moulded to any shape or size. Water containments are also lined on roofs such as pools and ponds due to the GRP being self-terminating, this means it is moulded together and creates a seamless system that is also easily cleaned and maintained.

A 450g CSM (chop Strand Mat) is a standard thickness for roof specifications with a light foot traffic. The roof system is finished with a beautiful topcoat of any RAL colour on the marketplace, and the guarantees are from 15-40 years. All GRP roofing systems come with a BBA agreement making this system a great choice for new build and refurbishment projects that meet all the standards required by architects and council projects a like.

With ease of system application contractors, homeowners and builders can install this system with 1-2 days training. With manufacture backup on guarantees from licensed installers, this keeps the standards high and tracks the installers database.

With all this taken into consideration GRP has risen the ranks as a fore runner amongst roofing systems with the best looking of roof systems this surely meets all requirements.

If you would like any more information about GRP Roofing, please get in touch with Guaranteed GRP or call us now on 0208 702 8063 one of our GRP specialists will be happy to help.

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