Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Panels

Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic, or FRP, is a composite made from fiberglass reinforcement in a plastic (polymer) matrix.

What are Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic panels?

By reinforcing the plastic matrix, a wide variety of physical strengths and properties can be designed into the FRP composite. Additionally, the type and configuration of the reinforcement can be selected, along with the type of plastic and additives within the matrix. These variations allow an incredible range of strength and physical properties to be obtained. FRP composites can be developed specifically for performance unlike traditional materials like wood, metal, ceramics, etc.

FRP wall panels are often used in the back rooms of commercial facilities, kitchens, storage rooms, and other non-public areas. Now FRP has a new look and can be used in the front room, dining rooms, lobbies and other public access areas.

Standard FRP


4′ x 8′, 4’x9′, 4′ x 10′, 4’x12′




White, Ivory, Almond, Beige, Silver, Lt-Grey

Fire Rating

Class A & Class C

Easy-to Install: It can be adhered directly to drywall, concrete, plywood, durarock, densshield requiring minimal preparation. It is easy to install, lowering installation costs.

Versatile: It can be used as a full wall or wainscot panel and is available in 4’x8′, 4’x9′, 4’x10′ and 4’x12′ panel sizes.

Durable: It will not crack like ceramic tile or peel away like vinyl wall coverings.