ABOUT FIBREGLASS MOULDINGS
FibreGlass Mouldings were established in 1993 and having 45 years experience in the glass fibre industry, we are now a leading composite moulding company.
As a result we specialise in the design, development and production of high quality products and services made of glass fibre reinforced plastic(GRP) referred to by some as just fibre reinforced polyester (FRP).
FibreGlass Mouldings provide a range of top quality door canopies, flat roofs, garage roofs, and pond linings.
All our products are manufactured on site, by our own trained professionals, we do not use sub-contractors.
- Enhance the look of your property
- Our canopies are the professionals choice
- GRP offers a cost effective solution to weather protection
- Over door canopies are simple to install
- Our canopies are maintenance free, wipe with warm soapy water for an as new loo
We supply a quality range of door canopies, and have done for many years. Any of our products will add instant appeal and sophistication and give a lasting impression to your property.
WHY USE US
FibreGlass Mouldings were established in 1993 and having 45 years experience in the glass fibre industry is now a leading composite moulding company. We specialise in the design, development and production of high quality products and services made of glass fibre reinforced plastic(GRP)
A reliable and consistent service along with expert advice.
Engineered and manufactured to a high end finish.
A professional and dedicated team.
One of the best value Fibreglass manufacturer.
Built to last and free from maintenance.
We have over 45 years experience.
Always at hand to answer your queries.
We pride ourselves in providing quality.
FIBREGLASS MOULDINGS – SERVICES
Glass fibre reinforced polymers (GRP) are also commonly referred to either as ‘fibreglass’ or ‘composite plastics’. Fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) composites were first developed during the 1940s, for military and aerospace applications – but considerable advances have been made since then in the use of this versatile material.
It is very strong – seven times the flexural strength of steel – yet very lightweight with the tremendous energy absorption properties that have made it a common material. NB: The flexural strength of a material is defined as its ability to resist deformation under load. For materials that deform significantly but do not break, the load at yield, typically measured at 5% deformation/strain of the outer surface, is reported as the flexural strength or flexural yield strength.