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The Uses Of GRP Flooring

GRP or Glass Reinforced Plastic is a manufactured material that can be used for a number of different purposes and reasons. One fantastic way is for flooring which is what this article is all about. GRP is an interesting material that carries many benefits. Some of these benefits include the strength and durability of the material despite how lightweight it is.

It’s this perfectly balanced combination that means it can be really versatile in its uses. This is useful for flooring because of the variety of situations you would have flooring for. Let’s delve into this a little bit deeper to give you a better understanding of where you might choose to install GRP. 

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Industrial Flooring

GRP is perfect for industrial flooring in settings such as factories, warehouses and the like. This is because it’s easy to install, lightweight, tough, slip resistant and also low maintenance so the working area can operate seamlessly without the need of regular replacements.

In industrial workplaces, there is a series of processes happening on repeat as well as people roaming an area at all times. This means the human traffic volume in the building will be high. You therefore need a flooring that will not need much attention, will withstand lots of steps onto it and look good at all times. GRP flooring ticks all these boxes and more.


Platforms are perfect to be made from GRP too because of the rigid and robust nature of the material as well as other properties. A platform by design is made to be higher than the floor so you need a material that is light enough to be above ground but also strong enough to hold the weight of the person or object standing on it. GRP is ideal for this purpose which is why many people use it for platforms.

Construction Purposes

In construction, you’ll see a lot of GRP service risers because they’re easy to install across various services such as ventilation, ductwork, pipework, wires and more. They’re also strong enough to take a person’s weight when walking across the service risers but they’re lightweight too to remove when you need to get down to the services themselves.

Retail Purposes

GRP is a fantastic material for flooring for shops, stores and catwalks in fashion too. Thanks to the way GRP is made, it has lots of performance quality as well as visual qualities. You can almost tailor the colour you want which is why it’s prevalent in the retail space because businesses will have it put down in their brand colours. This looks fantastic and is a brilliant way to make cross functionality with aesthetics. 

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We hope this article has been somewhat helpful with explaining the various types of GRP flooring uses. We cannot emphasise enough how good this material is for flooring as it can be used in a variety of environments. We would also be delighted to help you with providing more information about GRP flooring or GRP as a product in general. All you need to do now is get in contact with our team here at Engineered Composites.  You can do this by calling us on 01244 676000, sending us a message on social media, or using the contact form on our website. We hope to hear from you soon.

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