Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Panels, (FRP Panels), are flexible composite panels constructed from a polymer matrix and reinforced with fiberglass. Where durability, strength, impact resistance & sanitation are key requirements, FRP Panels check all these boxes (and more). FRP Panels are a cost-effective "wall covering" & "wall protection" solution compared to other wall covering systems out there due to their relatively low cost, availability, and ease of installation. FRP Panels are scratch & impact resistant; they are extremely easy to clean; and are impervious to mold & mildew. As a result of these properties, FRP Panels tend to be the wall protection solution required/specified by the various health authorities & architects throughout North America.See FRP Options
FRP Panel & Wall Protection Applications
Due to the many positive properties of FRP Panels we find them used in a variety of different industries including Agriculture, Business, Food & Beverage, Government, Medical, Tourism & Hospitality. They can be typically found in any of the following sectors, buildings, & quarters:
- commercial kitchens
- grocery stores
- walk-in coolers & walk-in freezers
- food processing/packaging plants
- car washes
- medical laboratories
- high traffic corridors
- clean rooms
- cannabis cultivation facility
- correctional facilities
- storage rooms
- hotels (high traffic staff areas)
- lunch rooms
- mobile trailers
- site office trailers & other modular buildings.
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Recent FRP Installations
The below projects showcase our recent FRP installations across British Columbia. Should you require any additional information, please do not hesitate to inquire with our staff.View all Installations
FRP Panels are a cost effective, readily available, & easy to install building material system.
FRP Panels are protected against corrosion by a wide range of chemicals and are unaffected by moisture or being immersed in water.
FRP Panels have great flexural strength, beating timber, and pound-for-pound is usually stronger than common metals.
FRP is still more than three times as rigid as lumber and will not deform (permanently).