What is Fiberglass railing?
Fiberglass railing is a popular choice for both residential and commercial properties due to its durability, versatility, and low maintenance requirements. These systems are made of fiberglass, a type of plastic reinforced with fine glass fibers, which gives them strength and stiffness while also allowing for flexibility. This combination of properties makes fiberglass railings ideal for use in a variety of applications, including decks, balconies, stairways, and walkways.
Benefits of Fiberglass Railing
- Durability: Fiberglass is resistant to moisture, rot, and decay, meaning it can withstand the elements without degrading over time. This makes it ideal for use in outdoor environments exposed to rain, snow, and other types of weather. In addition to being weather-resistant, fiberglass is also resistant to damage from UV radiation, so it won’t fade or yellow over time when exposed to sunlight. This means that fiberglass railings will retain their strength and appearance for many years, even in harsh environments.
- Versatility: Fiberglass balustrades can be customized to meet the specific needs of any project and can be made in a variety of colors and styles to match the aesthetic of a property. This allows homeowners to choose a railing system to complement the design of their home or business, whether modern or traditional. In addition to the appearance of the railing, the design of the system can also be customized to meet specific functional needs. For example, fiberglass railing systems can be designed to comply with local building codes, or they can be designed to provide additional security or accessibility features.
- Low maintenance: Fiberglass railings don’t need to be painted or stained and can be easily cleaned with soap and water. This means homeowners don’t need to worry about maintaining the look of the railing over time, which saves them time and money.
Unicomposite and Fiberglass Railings
Unicomposite’s fiberglass railing systems are a durable, versatile, and low-maintenance choice for both residential and commercial properties. These systems can be customized to meet the specific needs of any project, and they are resistant to weather, UV radiation, and damage. While they may be more expensive upfront, their long-term cost may be lower due to their low maintenance requirements and long lifespan.