Cornice Restored in GFRC

Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Cornices by Stromberg Architectural Products

Cornices in Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete


Renovation and Restoration of GFRC Cornices

With Stromberg Architectural Products, it is no longer necessary to strip cornices from older buildings.  Stromberg makes use of innovative technology so that your historical cornices can be renovated and restored and the historical significance of your home or building can be maintained.  Stromberg’s use of the composite material GFRC, glass fiber reinforced concrete, for its restoration and renovation projects allows your cornices to blend in perfectly with surrounding surface materials.

GFRC is an excellent material for your renovation or restoration project.  It’s lightweight yet sturdy, making it an optimal choice for use in older buildings because it will not add weight to an already stressed structure.  Historical experts have approved the use of GFRC in the renovating and restoring or older buildings and homes.

The Advantages of Using Stromberg GFRC for Cornice Renovation and Restoration

  • Stromberg Architectural Products pioneered the use of glass fiber reinforced concrete, and with 30 years of experience in its use, it’s easy to see why they’ve been chosen to work on a myriad of diverse projects.
  • Stromberg professionals are masters of the art of renovation and restoration of cornices, both inside and out. They’ll bring new life to this unique architectural detail and preserve your building’s historical significance with GFRC.
  • Stromberg delivers expert craftsmanship, communication and follow through to all of their restoration and renovation projects.  The customer is their main focus and they will make sure that architectural detail and historical accuracy of your home or building is maintained.

Benefits of Stromberg Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete

  • Adaptability is one of the outstanding qualities of glass fiber reinforced concrete.  Stromberg GFRC comes in virtually any shape so your cornices can be easily replicated.
  • Stromberg GFRC will outlast precast concrete, cast stone and even some natural stone.  It is water resistant and it won’t crack or corrode, making it the most durable material you can find for your cornice restoration project.
  • Glass fiber reinforced concrete from Stromberg qualifies as a sustainable, green product because it uses less cement than equivalent concrete and it makes use of recycled materials.
  • There is no better choice of materials than glass fiber reinforced concrete for your cornice restoration and renovation project.  Stromberg GFRC cornices can be customized to match any color, texture or finish you desire.

 Stromberg GFRC:  Project Success

At Stromberg Architectural Products, success starts with you.  Stromberg professionals will work with you to make sure your cornice restored in GFRC project is a work you’ll be proud of.  Stromberg will help with CAD details, design assistance and all specifications. Contact them today at (903)454-0904 for your free custom quote.
By: Brendan Van Voris

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