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Transform your tired flat roof into a seamless, durable and weather resistant roof today with our GRP roofing supplies. Browse our range of fibreglass roofing materials today including a selection of high quality GRP systems and easy to install fibreglass roofing kits along with all the trims and tools to suit.
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High-quality GRP fibreglass solution designed to add durability and water resistance to any flat roofing project.
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GRP roofing is a flexible resin that uses fibreglass strands to reinforce its durability and longevity. We sell a wide range of GRP flat roofing systems suitable for different requirements including PRO GRP, GRP1010, CRS, ResiRoof and RES-TEC Flexitec 2020.
PRO GRP is a cold-applied system ideal for roofs with complex detailing. It is very durable and impact-resistant so it can be used in applications where foot traffic is common. Non-slip walkways can also be incorporated. PRO GRP range includes hardener, resin, topcoat & finishing tissue.
Flexitec 2020 is a flexible and seamless GRP system that combines the durability of fibreglass systems with the versatility of overlay systems. It can be applied to almost any roof surface, and once installed, can be walked over in just 30-60 minutes. Flexitec 2020 range includes resin, resin accelerator, primer, primer accelerator, powder hardener & more.
1010 GRP is a long-lasting system designed specifically for flat roofing applications and combines durability, weather resistance and easy installation, to make the ideal solution for fresh installations. 1010 GRP range includes base resin, catalyst, top coat, fibreglass matting and more.
CRS Fibreglass Roof Kits have a guarantee of 10-15 years, have a coverage of 5 - 100 sq. m and come with everything a builder or roofer will need.
Our RESI Roof Fibreglass Kits are bundled together to deliver the correct materials to roofers and builders in the UK. These high-quality kits are made to last, with a material guarantee of 20 years (longer than many other roofing membranes) and have a coverage of 10 - 100sq.m.
Our GRP trims are used to complete a variety of flat roof installation projects. With products including corners, drip trims & flashings all made from fibreglass, your roof will have not only a sleek finish but a durable one as well.
There are many reasons why GRP roofing and fibreglass materials are popular amongst roofers.
GRP roofing (also known as Glass Reinforced Plastic or fibreglass roofing) is a durable, seamless and versatile solution suitable for many residential and commercial construction projects.
GRP roofing (also known as Glass Reinforced Plastic or fibreglass roofing) is a flexible roofing resin with fibreglass strands used to reinforce the product. This method of roofing is very popular amongst roofers for its seamless finish and various benefits among other types of roofing systems. It is often installed on a wide range of commercial and domestic properties due to its durability and longevity.
To install GRP roofing, you’ll need resin, matting, topcoat and catalyst, along with accessories such as GRP trims.
When installing GRP roofing, start by applying a layer of resin to the roof surface using a brush or roller. This next step depends on the system (most of ours are wet applied),carefully lay down matting over the top, pressing down to remove air underneath then apply another layer of resin ensuring there are no pin holes. Once the matting is down and the resin is set, mix the topcoat and catalyst and apply evenly using a brush or roller.
Glass-reinforced plastic is used in a variety of applications, including construction for roofing or walkways, alongside being used in boat buildings or car body repair shops.
Fibreglass and resin are two separate materials used to create the main part of a GRP roof.
Resin is a thick liquid that can be used when hardened with additional material, such as a hardener. Whereas fibreglass is a reinforced plastic made from strands of glass fibres, which are bonded with the resin.
Fibreglass will add durability to the roof, whereas resin will bind together the fibreglass and provide a protective coating.