On site fibreglass and grp moulding product manufacture

Fibreglass - when you want strength, durability and waterproofing

Fibreglass has a wide spectrum of properties. They include: a high tensile and compressive strength, hard and smooth surface, unreactive to chemicals, fire resistant, insulator to heat, electricity and sound, impervious to water, easily moulded and coloured and long lasting.
Sprintway Caravan
We manufacture fibreglass components for the award winning Sprintway caravan from Wheelhome Caravans.

Also being a composite, fibreglass's different components can be varied and added to. This extends its adaptability and performance as a construction and production material.

To match fibreglass's versatility we at Gee GRP have a workforce with a broad and in depth knowledge and experience of grp wide ranging applications. With such an in house team we serve both the industrial and retail markets with confidence, responsiveness and highly competitive pricing.

In Harwich, Essex, we have our manufacturing base that takes on moulding production from across the UK. The factory has the capacity and flexibility to supply short and long run moulding production. Our friendly and resourceful technicians offer a dedicated prototype development service.

In the domestic and service sectors we have a fast and skilled team of onsite fibreglass fabricators. They mould, line and seal customers' ponds, pools, spas, wet rooms, flat roofs, van interiors, tanks and more... You name it we can probably line it with quality materials, quality workmanship, and a quality finish

We never complete a job without your 100 per cent satisfaction. That's our promise. Contact us with your enquiries, now. We are here to help you.

Fibreglass Facts

What is it?Fibreglass or grp (glass reinforced plastic) is a composite material made of glass fibres and plastic polyester resins. The glass brings high tensile (stretchable/flexible) strength to the mixture. The plastic provides the opposite quality of strong compressive strength (support heavy loads). Such a combination makes fibreglass a truly remarkable production material.
A Cool YoungsterIn the history of construction materials it is a fairly recent addition. Fibreglass was first commercially produced in 1938 as a home insulation product. The low thermal conductivity of grp is another of its plus properties.
Keeping the Lights onThe power industry is turning to fibreglass to line its piping systems and cooling towers. Fibreglass's benefits of low life cycle costs, longevity and durability in extremely corrosive environments are pushing this trend.
Rock 'N RollAn inventor of a 'Sea-gyro' which stabilizes small boats against the rock and roll of wave motion houses his invention in a fibreglass moulding for its sound insulation property. Who says rock 'n roll has to be loud!