This modern residential property in the West End of London required a fibreglass panelled ceiling to accompany their new swimming pool. The suite includes a steam room and wet room. Darjon Mouldings worked in conjunction with other contractors, including George Jackson & Sons Limited, to complete the project.
The ceiling can be lowered to cover the swimming pool and double as a dance floor. The ceiling, which forms the dance floor, is 80 square metres in total and is composed of individual 1-metre panels. Each of these panels is a composite of fibreglass and bonded foam which adds to the rigidity and insulation.
Fibreglass when correctly used, will provide a strong, attractive and durable finish:
- Lasts a lifetime – made of the toughest glass reinforced plastic.
- No rips or leaks – because the unit has no seams and is one continuous surface.
- Fire resistant resin available upon request.
- Chemical resistant resin available upon request.
“Here in the UK, the term ‘Fibreglass’ has become the universal term for this material. There are, however, a number of terms and spellings used to describe Fibreglass and these include Fiberglass, Fibre Glass, Fiber Glass, Glassfibre, Glassfiber, Glass Fibre, Glass Fiber and GRP, or Glass Reinforced Plastic.”