The GRP buckets are using for mixing either resin or topcoat with the catlyst hardener.
You will need a selection of buckets for mixing the GRP resin or top coat with the GRP hardener / catalyst. We generally recommend mixing no more than 5 Litres at any one time as the resins and top coats have an active working period once the hardener / catalyst has been added.
GRP is a Glass Reinforced Polyester flat roof system designed and engineered for flat roof applications. GRP is a fully integrated all in one system where the components work together on virtually all types of flat roofs and vertical surfaces in any domestic or commercial application to provide the perfect all weather protection.
- Cold applied - No heat needed
- Easy to form
- Durable - Resists heavy foot traffic
- Virtually maintenance free
- Impact resistant
- Fire retardant
- Storm proof
- Frost proof
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If Installed Correctly a Fibreglass roof has a typical life expectancy in access of 35yrs
Fibreglass roofs must always be laid onto new and dry OSB3 boards. For best results we recommend using tongue and groove boards.
Yes. Fibreglass is a very tough and durable material. This means walking on your roof shouldn't affect the integrity of the roof
Yes, Never Attempt to install a Fibreglass Roof onto wet or damp boards.
The minmum temperature for installing a fibreglass roof is 5 degrees C.