Architectural Fiberglass Plinths

Architectural Fiberglass Plinths by Stromberg

A Plinth in Architectural Fiberglass

Columns are classic features of architecture, which have been featured by many of the greatest civilizations the world has ever known. However, just as a house cannot stand without a foundation, so too is a column reliant on its plinth. An underappreciated element of the architecture, column plinths are just as important, structurally, as the column itself. However, it should be observed that column plinth can contribute to the aesthetics of the column as well, and no one does attractive column plinth as well as Stromberg Architectural Products. Stromberg offers a wide variety of column plinths in architectural fiberglass, or GFRP.

Classic Columns and Plinths in Architectural Fiberglass

Classic columns can go a long way when it comes to adding an element of history and class to an establishment. While historically, columns, and their plinths, have been built from stone like marble and granite, these materials are expensive and weighty. Fortunately, Stromberg’s expert craftsmen can fabricate architectural fiberglass columns and column plinths that are virtually indistinguishable from marble or any other building material. These columns are not only visually identical to other, more expensive columns, but they are lighter, easier to install and less expensive. So whether you envision your building with Tuscan, Doric, Corinthian, Ionic or Compound columns and compound plinths, Stromberg can accommodate your needs for a fraction of what you would expect to pay with stone columns and plinths.

Timeless Beauty, Modern Convenience: GFRP Column Plinths 

There is no disputing the aesthetic value of classic columns and column plinths; they have been used for thousands of years, and they will likely be used for thousands more. However, beautiful columns have historically only been available to the very rich and very influential. Fortunately, architectural fiberglass is affordable, available and easy to install. Not only that, architectural fiberglass is actually better suited for our modern times. Architectural fiberglass is resistant to corrosives like smog and acid rain, and since it isn’t porous like stone, it is easy to clean if it is vandalized or carbonized.

Benefits of Architectural Fiberglass: Why Stromberg GFRP? 

  • GFRP is light-weight, low-maintenance and highly durable.
  • GFRP is affordable, and it is versatile to emulate more expensive building materials like marble, gold and granite.
  • Architectural fiberglass is extremely weather-resistant and can stand up to high winds, acid rain and even hurricanes.
  • Stromberg architectural fiberglass will not rot, corrode or delaminate over time.
  • Architectural fiberglass does not require specialists or experts to install.

The Stromberg Pledge to You

The artisans at Stromberg Architectural Products will work closely with you throughout the process to make sure your finished architectural fiberglass plinth is 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 put their 30 years of experience to work for you.

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