At Sage Interior Finishes, we have experience with installing Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (RFP) in restaurant kitchens, car washes and many other applications where building materials need to withstand harsh environments.
FRP has the strength of steel at a fraction of the weight, which is why we utilize this material. It won’t corrode, rot, attract insect damage or conduct electricity. Fiberglass can reduce costs and improve performance in the long run for your most challenging designs.
As a strong, lightweight building material that resists corrosion, Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic is made up of a combination of materials that work together for even stronger performance.
FRP has many benefits in the long run, such as:
- Ability to resist corrosion
- Doesn’t conduct electricity
- Durability over time
- Reduction in costs
- Strong, but lightweight material