Roofers and Builders operating in Shrewsbury have been given the opportunity to learn about latest developments taking place in roofing systems. The advanced glass fibre roofing systems are being tested out as part of a training day which will be hosted by the builders’ merchants General Building Plastics, or GB Plastics.
The training day is planned to go ahead on the 21st September and GB Plastics have been working with the materials supply company Cromar in order to host the event at their Shrewsbury branch. The event will take place on the Battlefield Enterprise Park later this month and give the attendees the opportunity to try out the latest roofing solutions.
The Shrewsbury training day will explore the features and applications for the brand new Cromar Pro GRP system. This product is an advanced liquid applied glass reinforced polyester flat roofing solutions that has been specifically engineered for a wide range of flat roof applications across the UK. The new ProGRP is a fully integrated seamless system. All of the components of the system have been designed to work together and can be installed on a wide range of flat roof types. These different types are up to and including vertical surfaces such as the sides of a dormer or the inside face of a mansard or parapet style roof.
GB Plastics’ training day will be ideal for builders and roofers that are keen to install these types of roofing solutions as part of their portfolio of work. The training day will also form part of an ongoing commitment to supporting roofers and other building trade professionals as well as keen DIY-ers and other customers who are looking to improve their flat roofing skills.
This training day looking at the Cromar ProGRP solution will be the fourth training day to be held by GB Plastics across the Midlands and the third to be held at this Shrewsbury branch. There are around sixty local roofers and installers in the local area and many of these have signed up to take part in the training day.