Unlike traditional building materials, such as wood, concrete, and stainless steel; FRP panels will not permanently deform or break under impact. FRP Panels are designed to distribute impact load to prevent most surface damage, even in extremely cold environments, such as walk-in freezers.

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FRP offers different classes based on flame spread ratings and smoke spread ratings.

General Contractors Corner

Are you quoting a new project that specifies FRP? If so, get in touch with our expert team of installers for a detailed quotation based on your tender documents or project specifications.

  • Class A & Class C FRP Available
  • Popular FRP Colours In-Stock for Competative Pricing
  • Experienced & Professional Team of Installers
  • Knowledgeable Sales Team to Suggest Best Materials for your Budget & Application

Why FRP?

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.

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Get a FRP Quotation

FRP Installations strives to provide quotations according to your deadlines based on the project specifications provided. Alternatively, our team can attend your site to take on-site measurements at your convenience. There are no additional costs for our team to make site visits and we would be pleased to meet with you anytime to review your FRP needs.