Fiberglass has found a place in architectural design, proving to be a superior material for components that once required extensive labor costs for stone carving or plaster work. Copulas, domes, cornices, and steeples are only some of the examples of fiberglass in use.

One of the benefits in using fiberglass in the construction of architectural components is the ease of repair for damaged items. Whether the piece is damaged in transit, from inclimate weather conditions, or just age, Fiberglass Unlimited can bring it back to like-new condition.




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