All boxed up – the benefits of GRP Enclosures

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The benefits of using GRP (glass reinforced plastic) in the construction of enclosures such as security lodges and ticket booths are numerous. GRP Glass Reinforced Enclosures are stronger than the average, they are more economical to produce and aesthetically they can look far superior as there are infinite designs for molding components and creating bespoke solutions.

Well constructed GRP Enclosures can withstand harsh elements, force and impact and are even resistant to corrosive environments. They are also electrically and thermally non-conductive so there is minimal risk of personal injury or damage to the structure.

The molding process is extremely flexibly to accommodate design options so special visual effects can easily be achieved, such as brickwork, stone or wood effects.

GRP enclosures offer safety and security and are also fire retardant. They are sturdy and robust and extremely well insulated against the ingress of water and weather. Enclosures made from GRP are also easy to move by hand, so expensive lifting machinery or specialist tools are not required.

In general terms, GRP products are leading the way in the portable building market as they offer flexibility of design together with robust construction that is lightweight and inexpensive. They are also long lasting and exceptionally easy to clean and maintain, keeping them in perfect condition year after year.

Throw your Paint Brush Away, GRP is here to Stay

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Whatever your industrial, commercial or home needs, GRP Glass Reinforced Cabinets can fit the bill.
Designed to a bespoke specification, GRP products are a lightweight, durable and weather-proof purpose built solution for your storage requirements.

It’s no problem to put in doors and windows in any position that you require and your GRP Enclosures can be made fire resistant and sound proof – if you need it, Adept GRP can supply it at a reasonable price.

With a variety of finishes including simulated brick or textured and the colours of your choice, you really can ensure that your enclosure blends in with its surroundings and GRP Glass Reinforced cabinets can be delivered on site ready built to fit any area, be it large or small.

GRP is better known as fibre glass and is a composite material that binds fine glass fibres into plastic for a tough yet light product that is used in the body work of sports cars and wind turbine blades.
You’ll get years of use out of GRP products without the need for constant maintenance that traditional wooden or brick enclosures require, and at less of a cost.

Throw the paint brush away and invest in some GRP products today.