Basically, GFRC is an ultra-strong composite made of Portland cement infused with randomly dispersed glass fibers that reinforce the concrete and increase its load-bearing capacity.
GFRC (glass fiber reinforced concrete) can be used as wall panels, window surrounds, spandrels, column covers, soffits, cornices, brackets, quoins, railings, pilasters, copings, domes, etc. The basic flexibility of use makes this an ideal use for many landscaping jobs. Uses in landscape as well as hardscape include site furnishings, planters, bollards, urns, tables, fountains, marine structures, pools, and rock formations. GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) is used in historical restorations and renovations, for the replication of building ornaments of terra-cotta, carved stone and even wood.
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