Category Archives: Gripclad Blog

Slip and trip hazards – avoid paying compensation by safeguarding your golf course!

Over the years working with many golf courses, we’ve had a few customers who have bought our products after ‘getting their fingers burnt’ by not safeguarding their course against avoidable slips and trips. We all know that those ‘No Win, No Fee’ solicitors need to earn some money somewhere! They are waiting to handle a […]

Why our GRP anti-slip products are the best solution for Golf Courses

We are proud to share that over 700 of the UK’s Golf Club’s now enjoy the safety benefits of GripClad’s anti-slip products. Is a ‘rubber crumb’ product a good alternative? In recent months we’ve had a few enquiries from golf courses regarding the ‘rubber crumb’ flooring solution products similar to those found in playgrounds to […]

Service Riser Safety

By now we hope you know that GripClad specialises in all things produced from GRP composites, and this covers anti-slip solutions and safety access. It is the latter we want to bring to your attention – our GRP Gratings are often used as an application in the construction industry, predominately for service riser voids. Service […]

Are you planning some Summer holiday maintenance?

For a lot of industries, the school Summer holidays are a time for maintenance as lots of staff take leave. There are usually fewer people about which enables maintenance staff or contractors to get on with well needed maintenance jobs. And, of course, this is most true for schools, colleges, and universities – when ‘school’s out for Summer!’. 

The things you probably don’t know about Decking…

The myth about Decking ridges In decking construction there is one question that is sure to ignite passionate argument: Should decking ridges face up or down? There are debates that just won’t end.   Decking timber usually has ridges that run along the length of the board. Also called “grooves” or “reeds”. These ridges on […]

The use of GRP Flooring is growing

Most commercial and industrial flooring access is time-consuming to put together, whether it is straight to the subfloor or a raised elevated structural floor project, either way, it’s usually quite labour intensive. In the commercial and industrial sectors, specifiers and developers are still using traditional flooring material such as metal, wood or concrete, but it’s heavy, and […]