Why Should You Choose FRP?

Every project has its specific needs, and your next project may benefit from more modern wall paneling solutions. Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP) is a great option for anyone looking for cost-effective and durable wall protection. 

The Miller Paneling team has been working in the wall paneling industry for over 30 years now and we work with brands such as John Muir Health, Kaiser Permanente, Apple, Chick-Fil-A, and even sporting facilities such as the new LA Rams SoFi Stadium. 

What is FRP? 

Fiber Reinforced Plastic panels are thin, flexible plastic panels constructed of strong polyester resin and reinforced with fiberglass. FRP is astonishingly resistant to rotting, staining, and mold. They are highly resistant to abuse, splintering or denting and they are common solutions for areas that typically have issues with bacteria and moisture. FRP is a hygienic solution for common trouble areas. 

Fiber Reinforced Plastic panels outperform metal and wood walls, which can rust, and grow weak as they age. FRP also outperforms all paints and wallpapers which typically only look pristine for a short period of time and need additional long-term maintenance. FRP, on the other hand, is long-lasting with little to no risk of damage, wearing, and staining – it practically pays for itself over time. Not only are FRP panels durable and attractive, but they also save you time and money in the long run as repainting or repairing holes in drywall won’t be necessary. 

FRP panels have the added benefit of being easy on your budget making it a suitable solution for businesses of all sizes. 

Where should you use FRP? 

Our Fiber Reinforced Plastic panels can be installed on almost any surface, from plywood to drywall and concrete. There are many businesses that can benefit from the use of FRP, including…

  • Commercial Kitchens
  • Bathrooms
  • High-Traffic Areas
  • Classrooms
  • Offices 
  • Hospitals
  • Gyms 
  • Grocery Stores
  • Car Washes
  • Food Processing Areas 

Additional Information

If you would like more information on how you can use FRP on your next project, our team of professionals would be happy to discuss options with you. Contact us today