Lightweight, versatile waterproofing.

GRP flat roofing solutions provide numerous benefits for residential and commercial structures. They are highly durable, capable of withstanding extreme weather conditions, and resistant to cracking and corrosion. The lightweight nature of fiberglass also makes installation easier and less demanding.

The versatility of GRP roofing also allows for seamless integration into various building and application types, with leading systems offering excellent waterproofing capabilities. GRP systems can also be designed with added insulation for enhanced energy efficiency.

With minimal maintenance requirements, GRP roofs resist moss, algae, and fungus growth. They possess fire-resistant properties and contribute to building safety. With proper installation and maintenance, these roofs can last for decades, providing a cost-effective roof waterproofing solution.


What is GRP Roofing?

GRP stands for glass-reinforced plastic and is also referred to as fibreglass roofing. GRP waterproofing systems are composed of resin with glass or fibrous strands that reinforce the roofing material.

How is it Installed?

GRP roofing is installed by layering fibreglass matting with resin to create a seamless, waterproof barrier. The process is efficient, resulting in a durable, lightweight, and customisable solution for flat roofs.

Typical Applications

  • Residential flat roofs

  • Commercial flat roofs

  • Industrial buildings

  • Balconies, walkways & terraces

  • Green roofing applications


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