Wednesday, 25 April 2012


You've chosen fibreglass to line your pool or water feature with.

You've chosen GRP to do the work, thanks.

Let's talk about water.  Great for koi, not good for fibreglass.  You may be thinking what am I talking about, fibreglass is the best way to waterproof something?????

Yes, it certainly is BUT, and this is a big BUT..... the materials in their raw and uncured state cannot tolerate water either ingressing through your pond walls as we are working or from above (hence us needing a weatherproof cover to work under and to keep things dry for a few days afterwards whilst the grp is curing.

Once cured the fibreglass has all the properties you want.  It's 100% waterproof, 100% safe and 100% reliable (old logo from our old website, you'll see it elsewhere but we used that one first :)


Water is ingressing through the walls, what can I do?

Call us and we'll guide you through the process.

Can you fibreglass my pond/water feature if there is water ingressing from above or below.

No.  This is emphatic.  We will not entrtain the risks involved with water coming into contact with the raw materials.

This is a pond we worked on recently during heavy downpours of rain.  Without the cover the job is impossible.  This is the stage we like to get you to, a big step forward for your project. You must allow the cover to be tested against bad weather, wind and rain.  If it fails, fix it and test it again.

With the price of fuel these days we simply can't go back to jobs where the cover is erected on the basis of 'it looks ok' or 'it should be water proof'.  It must be tested.  Only once you confirm it is 100% reliable (like us) will we attend.

I have other questions, can you help?

Of course, just call us and we'll gladly help you.

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