GRP Tool Kit
All the tools you will need for the GRP system.
We have prepared 3 different sized tool kits for use with our GRP roofing system.
Small kit is ideal for roof upto 20m2 and includes:
1 x Catalyst (hardener) Dispenser, 1 x 230 x 21 Paddle, 1 x 75 x 21 Paddle, 2 x 3" Roller Set, 1 x 7" Roller Frame, 4 x 7" Roller Sleeves , 1 x Telescopic Pole, 2 x 5.6 Litre Plastic Bucket, 2 x 3" Brush
Medium kit is ideal for roofs between 20 and 40 m2 and Includes:
1 x Catalyst (hardener) Dispenser, 1 x 230 x 21 Paddle, 1 x 75 x 21 Paddle, 4 x 3" Roller Set, 1 x 7" Roller Frame, 8 x 7" Roller Sleeves , 1 x Telescopic Pole., 4 x 5.6 Litre Plastic Bucket, 4 x 3" Brush
Large kit is ideal for roofs between 40 and 100 m2 and Includes:
x Catalyst (hardener) Dispenser, 2 x 230 x 21 Paddle, 1 x 140 x 21 Paddle, 1 x 75 x 21 Paddle, 6 x 3" Roller Set, 2 x 7" Roller Frame, 16 x 7" Roller Sleeves , 1 x Telescopic Pole, 6 x 5.6 Litre Plastic Bucket, 2 x 10 Litre Plastic Bucket, 6 x 3" Brush
What is GRP?
GRP stands for Glass Reinforced Polyester. GRP is also known as Glass-Fibre. This system is cold applied on site, giving it a seamless and flexible weatherproof finish that resists water, heat and frost. The resulting surface gives a strong architectural finish that looks very impressive. If maintained properly it will last as long as the building stands.
We have developed this technology further to produce the perfect all-weather protection for any flat roof. GRP can be applied in small domestic situations right through to large industrial environments.
- Cold applied - no heat required
- Easy to form around complex situations
- Very durable - resists heavy foot traffic
- Non-slip walkways can be incorporated
- Class-leading roofing solution that far exceeds traditional methods
- Virtually Maintenance free for very long periods of time
- Impact Resistant due to its ultra hard finish
- Fire retardant
- Highly economical solution
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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.