G.R.P is right for grade 1 listed heritage buildings.

A major precedent has been set for churches, and other historic buildings by

the first ever installation of a modern component based glass reinforced

polyester GRP roofing system on a Grade 1 listed English church.

With the increasing rise in theft of lead from church roofs, and the

ineffectiveness of anti climb paint and security systems, alternative answers

are needed.

To replace the stolen lead with a new lead roof only encourages the thieves

to return.

We have installed many GRP Roofing systems to bay and dormer roofs, fitting roll bars

and edges to gain the appearance of lead.

The finished colour can even be Grey.

The G.R.P system is mechanically fixed to the building substrate, allowing the roof

to ventilate, and at only 3kg per meter is substantially lighter than lead.

With these difficult times of Lead thefts G.R.P is the long term answer

Back to news

We use cookies on this site to improve your experience. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. You will only see this message once. Find out more