Roof trims are an essential part of the roofing process. They can be made from numerous materials, but most roof trims are made from fibreglass or polystyrene. Fibreglass trims are more popular because they offer a wide range of benefits over traditional polystyrene and they’re easier to install than polystyrene.
Fibreglass trims have an advantage when it comes to durability, with the material having no moisture sensitivity and being able to withstand temperatures of up to 200 degrees Fahrenheit (93 degrees Celsius). This makes them ideal for areas where there is a high risk of hail damage, as well as high winds.
Another benefit of fibreglass roof trims is their ability to resist UV damage and heat stress, which makes them suitable for areas with flat roofs that receive heavy sunlight exposure during summer months. Their resistance to heat also makes them ideal for areas where temperatures may rise above 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius).
GRP is a glass fibre reinforced plastic or glass fibre reinforced polymer that is very strong and lightweight. It is used as a composite material in many industries including construction, automotive, marine and aviation. The GRP roof trims are available in various colours and sizes to suit your needs. They come with a lifetime guarantee and are easy to install.
Roof moulding – This is a piece of moulded rectangular profile that is used to cover the edges of roofs. It has a smooth finish so it does not interfere with the appearance of the roof itself. It can also be used for decorative purposes such as adding interest to your roof or creating patterns on your roof surface.
GRP roof trims are the perfect addition to any wooden, shingle or fibreglass flat roof. They are made from high quality fiberglass and come in a variety of colours and styles. They can be used in conjunction with either a clear or white timber flash, or completely on their own to add style and character to your home.
GRP roof trims are among the most popular types of roof trims used on flat roofs. They’re made from glass-reinforced plastic (GRP), which is an engineering plastic that offers a number of benefits over other materials. For example, GRP roof trims are lightweight and easy to work with. They also have excellent durability and weather resistance, as well as good resistance to UV degradation.
To meet the growing demand for GRP roof trims, Specialist Building Products has now launched GRP flat roofing, a range of fibreglass roof trims. Available in mill finish or in polyester powder coating and with the choice of blank or profiled clip-on models, this new product is aimed at both domestic and commercial roofers. When it comes to protecting your flat roofing from harsh weather, adding a protective sheeting made of GRP is the most suitable option. It does not only come with a fine finish but it is also guaranteed to last for over 40 years without showing any signs of damage. To know more about GRP roof trim, contact an expert today.