GFRC Exterior Cornice

Exterior Cornices in Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete

Exterior Cornices by Stromberg Architectural Products










Exterior Cornices in Stromberg GFRC

The area around the perimeter of a building at the top of the wall and just below the roof is called the cornice. GFRC exterior cornice by Stromberg Architectural Products is decorative trim that can be used over doors, windows or along the outer edge of your building. Its function is twofold; it provides beauty by enhancing design, and it also offers protection by diverting water and debris that might collect, eventually causing corrosion. Staining, streaking and discoloring can be kept to a minimum with GFRC exterior cornice by Stromberg. While it’s helping safeguard the building’s exterior, GFRC exterior cornice acts as a source of shade to help lower electric bills.

The Stromberg Advantage

  • You’ll have many design options to choose from, including stock and custom. The experts at Stromberg will help you decide which pattern is best for your needs; bring them your ideas and let them create for you.
  • Exterior cornice in GFRC is an excellent choice. GFRC is lightweight; its installation is easy as 1, 2, 3. Because it’s so lightweight, it won’t put undue pressure on your existing structure.
  • Stromberg can reproduce your exterior cornice in GFRC to match an existing design. Whether simple or complex, the authenticity of your design won’t be sacrificed and the cultural significance of your building will be maintained.
  • Stromberg GFRC exterior cornice can be made to resemble metal, stone, wood and even gold. It can also be made in a special finish that you can paint.

Features and Benefits of GFRC

  • GFRC is a totally green product made of minerals that have a low environmental impact.
  • Glass fibers in GFRC mean your exterior cornice won’t rust.
  • GFRC is flame retardant; it can stand up to the elements and won’t rot or corrode.
  • GFRC exterior cornice can weigh a fraction of what traditional precast concrete weighs, so it reduces the load on the structure itself.
  • GFRC has a higher tensile strength than steel; the higher the glass fiber content, the higher the strength.
  • GFRC will work well in environments with high humidity and in air with salt spray.

The Stromberg Pledge to You

Bring your ideas, designs and drawings to the experts at Stromberg Architectural Products. They’ll work with you throughout the entire process to make sure you get exactly what you want in your GFRC exterior cornice. Stromberg is here to help with CAD details, design assistance and all specifications. Contact them today at 903-454-0904 for your free custom quote, and put their 30 years of experience to work for you.

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