F1 GRP - Fibreglass Roofing Kit with Tools
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The perfect tried and tested roofing solution for flat roofs of any size or complexity, from small domers to large domestic and commercial projects. Based on a high resistance formula, the F1 GRP system is a durable, stylish, and strong fully bonded roof that is seamless, impervious to water and robust enough to withstand regular foot traffic. Seven times the flexural strength of steel, yet extremely lightweight and flexible this fibreglass is also impact resistant and maintenance free. Despite this strength and quality F1 GRP’s Fibreglass Roofing Kit is an incredibly cost effective and versatile solution which can be moulded and shaped into and around complex architectures whilst maintaining its integrity in all weathers.
This kit is delivered with a range of tools to aid in the installation.
Overview of F1 GRP – Fibreglass Roofing Kit with Tools
- Tried and tested kit extensively used for the refurbishment of existing and new roofs by local authorities, architects, and major building contractors throughout the UK
- Durable, stylish, and cost-effective system that is maintenance free and cold applied i.e. no blow torches or live flames
- Heat and fire resistant, storm proof, frost proof, impact resistant and able to withstand regular foot traffic
- Seven times the flexural strength of steel, yet very lightweight and flexible with high energy absorption properties
- Roofing solution created with Fibreglass, the material of choice for racing cars, boats, baths, and aeroplanes
- Seamless fully bonded roof that is impervious to water and leak free
- Robust and reliable long-term roofing solution with a 25-year guarantee*
- Accommodates normal structural expansion and contraction, this kit can also be moulded and shaped into and around even the most complex of architecture
- GRP is a high resistance formula based on flexi-resins that fuse together to form complete composite, fully bonded roofs
- Beautiful, architectural finish
Common Questions About This Fibreglass Roofing Kit
How Do I Install This Fibreglass Roofing?
This Roofing is installed in four key stages. The old roof must be removed and re-decked, GRP trims should be fitted, resin and strand matting should then be applied and allowed to cure, and finally, the topcoat can be applied. For guidance, refer to F1 GRP’s installation video above and/or guide by clicking here.
Where can this Fibreglass Roof Be Installed?
This roofing kit is very versatile and can be moulded into various types of architectures. Typical applications include: Extensions, garages, dormers, porches, and balconies. For further applications, refer to F1 GRP’s company brochure by clicking here.
What is Included in This Kit?
Kits can include the below. Tools, amounts and sizes may vary depending on the size of the kit ordered.
- Roofing Resin
- Anthracite Grey Topcoat
- MEKP Catalyst
- Glass Matting
- Small Mixing Cups
- Laminating Brushes
- Plastic Reusable Stirrers
- Latex Gloves
- Poly Rollers
- Paddle Rollers
- Roller Frames
- Blue Stripe Roller Sleeve
- Mixing Buckets
- Large Disposable Overalls
Is Fibreglass Roofing More Durable Than Felt?
As this fibreglass roofing is seamless, it is far less likely to let in water and as such can be considered more durable than felt alternatives.
How Long Do Fibreglass Roofs Last?
A robust and reliable roofing solution, Fibreglass can offer long lasting leak free protection. This kit in particular comes with a 25-year guarantee*
Have More Questions About This Fibreglass Roofing Kit?
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our award-winning team. They’ll help you pick the ideal product for your project, whether you’re revitalising an existing property or are tacking a larger new build. You can get in touch by calling 01295 565 565 or using our online live chat.
*25-year guarantee subject to condition, must be installed by an Approved installer
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Items Not Required
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