Architectural Fiberglass Lintels

Architectural Fiberglass Lintels

GFRP LintelsArchitectural Fiberglass Lintels by Stromberg

A carry-over from classic Greek architecture, lintels don’t need to provide the same architectural support that they used to.¬† However, they are still critical for supporting a particular aesthetic. Lintels are an undeniable marker of older buildings, and as such, are a distinguishing architectural feature. Lintels in architectural fiberglass maintain all of the appeal of traditional stone lintels, without the cost, weight or other challenges associated with stone.

Achieve a Complete Architectural Vision with GFRP Lintels

One of the paradoxes of new construction is that people often want their new projects to look aged. The visual appeal and implied prestige of old architecture make it highly desirable, but impossible to truly reproduce, for part of its value is in its age. The difference, therefore, between a slap-dash imitation and a well-executed homage is in the details. It’s not enough to throw up some pillars and a chandelier and think that you’ve created a facsimile of a historic treasure, you need to consider all of the little things too: like lintels. Lintels are one of those little architectural details that tie a project together and give it a true air of authenticity.

Keeping it Simple with Architectural Fiberglass Lintels 

Traditionally, lintels would be made out of carved stone and installed to reinforce structural weaknesses caused by doors and windows. Today, they are more aesthetic, and as such do not need to be the heavy, architectural reinforcements that they were in ancient Greece. Architectural fiberglass, therefore, is a perfect material for lintels. Not only is GFRP light-weight and easy to install, it is highly versatile and can be manipulated to emulate any variety of stone, metal or other building material. Moreover, architectural fiberglass is extremely tenacious and resistant to damage caused by kinetic force, exposure, heavy weather and even acid rain. Save time, money and maintenance with architectural fiberglass from Stromberg Architectural Products.

Features and Benefits of Stromberg GFRP

  • Architectural fiberglass lintels can be customized to your design specifications.
  • Architectural Fiberglass from Stromberg is extremely strong and durable, yet light-weight.
  • Stromberg GFRP is weather-resistant, and tough.
  • Stromberg GFRP will help distinguish your unique building.

For More Information on GFRP from Stromberg

The artisans at Stromberg Architectural Products will work closely with you throughout the process to make sure your finished architectural fiberglass lintels are made perfectly to your specifications.

Stromberg is here to help with CAD details, design assistance and specifications. Contact them today at (903)454-0904 for a free custom quote and get started designing the perfect lintels in GFRP.

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