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What are the benefits of GRP Mesh Half Steps

We’ve recently launched our newest product, the GRiP Half Steps, constructed from sturdy GRP open mesh for outstanding slip resistance. You may have questions about GRP and its advantages.

GRP, or Glass Reinforced Plastic mesh, commonly referred to as fibreglass mesh, offers numerous benefits owing to its distinct properties and versatility.

Here are some of its key advantages:

Strength and Durability

GRP mesh is incredibly strong and durable. It has high tensile strength, which means it can withstand significant force without breaking or deforming. This makes it ideal for reinforcing various structures and materials. Our new GRiP Steps are made with GRP open mesh, offering an anti slip surface in all weathers.

Corrosion Resistance

One of the primary advantages of GRP mesh is its resistance to corrosion. Unlike metals such as steel, which can rust or corrode when exposed to moisture or chemicals, fibreglass mesh remains unaffected. This makes GRP mesh the perfect choice for outdoor half steps.


GRP mesh is lightweight compared to materials like steel or concrete. This makes our GRP mesh half steps easier to handle and transport.

Low Maintenance

GRP mesh requires minimal maintenance compared to other materials. It does not require painting or coating to protect against corrosion, and it is resistant to weathering, UV degradation, and biological growth.


While the initial cost of GRP mesh may be higher than some traditional materials like steel, its long-term durability and low maintenance requirements can result in cost savings.

Overall, GRP mesh offers a combination of strength, durability and corrosion resistance that make it an attractive choice.

Our slip resistant GRiP Steps are available in standard and large widths and offer unparalleled non-slip grip, compared to any other product on the market.

Contact us today to find out more about our new GRiP Half Steps.

Published in
8 April 2024
Last Updated
22 April 2024