GFRP (Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer) Finials
Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer, often simply known as fiberglass, is a perfect material for architectural finials. Some finials are made from turned wood or carved stone, but fiberglass finials are different. Stromberg uses molds to cast each and every one of its fiberglass finials, which allows us to get the perfect shape and texture every time. For custom GFRP finials, we always make a model first. That way, any desired changes can be requested by our clients before we proceed, ensuring their custom finials are exactly what they want. Molds also allow us to replicate the same design an unlimited number of times.
If you have architectural finials on the roof of your home or building, the last thing you want to do is climb up onto a steep roof to paint your architectural finials or make frequent repairs. With Stromberg’s GFRP finials, that won’t be an issue. Our GFRP finials are so strong and durable that they will rarely ever need repairs. They can stand up to salt water, acid rain, and moisture – our GFRP products can even be installed under water! If repairs are ever needed, making permanent repairs to GFRP finials is quick and easy, unlike fixing architectural finials made of materials like wood and metal.
GFRP finials can be molded into virtually any shape imaginable. At Stromberg, designs for GFRP finials really are limited only by our client’s imagination. We can create virtually any shape or texture, and our GFRP finials are available in a number of colors. You can also request GFRP finials that replicate the look of gold, bronze, and limestone. Stromberg can also match the look and style of existing architectural features on your home or building. Whether you go with one of our stock designs or create a one of a kind finial, you’re sure to be delighted with the quality, value, and beauty of our GFRP finials.