FRP Installation

FRP (Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic) installation is a precise process that, if done correctly, ensures durability and efficiency, especially in environments that require water-resistant and mold-resistant solutions like bathrooms and laundry rooms. The installation process for FRP panels involves several critical steps, which are outlined across different sources.

For FRP Panel Installation, common in wall applications, the process involves:

  1. Measuring the walls to determine the number of panels needed.
  2. Trimming the FRP panels to fit the wall dimensions using a circular saw with a carbide-tipped blade.
  3. Cutting out openings for any fixtures like light switches or plumbing pipes.
  4. Installing corner moulding and then the panel itself, ensuring a plumb alignment and allowing for expansion gaps.
  5. Installing top caps for a finished look and smoothing the panels to remove air bubbles​​.

Both installation processes emphasize the importance of preparation, precise measurement, and adherence to manufacturer's instructions to ensure a successful installation. For FRP panels, ensuring a clean, mold-resistant surface makes them ideal for high moisture areas.