Fiberglass Reinforced Panels (FRP)

Fiberglass reinforced panels, or FRP, are thin, flexible plastic panels made of strong polyester resin reinforced with fiberglass. They are used on walls and ceilings and can be installed directly over drywall, wood, concrete block, and many other solid surfaces. FRP systems include plastic trim molding to create a continuous durable, scratch-resistant surface that is easy to clean and mold- and stain-resistant. The panels can even be hosed down for cleaning. All of these qualities make FRP an excellent material for covering walls and ceilings in restaurant kitchens, public bathrooms, medical facilities, food processing areas, and many other environments requiring frequent deep-cleaning.

 Fiberglass Reinforced Panels Advantages
  • Strong scratch-resistant material
  • Can be cleaned easily using regular detergents, high-pressure washers, or even steam
  • Lightweight, flexible panel that is easy to install
  • Can be installed with glue or fasteners, or both
  • Maximum sanitation protection
  • Improved chemical resistance
  • Installs over any many materials using basic and techniques
  • High impact resistance from shattering and scratches
  • Superior flexibility
  • Can save money over other building materials
  • Helps prevent the growth of mold and will not rust or corrode
  • Ideal for covering new drywall or old, damaged wall and ceiling surfaces