Wessex Building Products have been supplying the construction industry with GRP (Glass-Reinforced Plastic) building products and roofing materials for over 30 years. Within this time They have seen more and more architects and project developers become aware of the flexibility of GRP fibreglass products.
Their in-house facilities allow them to provide realistic product solutions with the skills of being able to replicate the look of various natural materials associated with the building and construction industry.
The Wessex BPS range continues to develop, allowing them to meet the design requirements of today’s modern building techniques. Using computer aided design and many years of experience, their products provide quality affordable solutions for all projects.
 Popular product choices include:
- Entrance porticos.
- GRP Canopies
- Entrance porches
- Window and door surrounds.
- Prefabricated chimneys
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