West Virginia Area GFRC Projects
Nicknamed the “Mountain State” because of its location within the Appalachian Mountain Range, West Virginia is home to many historic pieces of architecture. Downtown Martinsburg, for instance, has 281 buildings, many constructed in the Gothic Revival, Queen Anne, and Italianate styles. The area was added to the National Register of Historic Places more than 30 years ago.
Stromberg Architectural Products can use their knowledge of traditional styles to make seamless GFRC repairs to the residences, churches, and schools commonly found in prominent historic districts. Stromberg can also help you find GFRC from our collection or custom design a piece for a new or newly-renovated structure.
Stromberg Architectural’s West Virginia GFRC Projects
Stromberg has completed a wide range of Southern GFRC projects in not only West Virginia, but also Oklahoma, Alabama, Mississippi, and more. In West Virginia, our Buckhannon GFRC work can be found on the Upshur County Courthouse. Hospitals, churches, retail stores, resorts, and hotels are just some of the other types of buildings that can be beautified with affordable Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC).
Why Choose Stromberg For Your West Virginia GFRC Needs?
- We have successfully completed more than 1,600 projects
- We offer the largest selection of GFRC shapes, GFRC textures, and GFRC colors of any manufacturer
- We are much more than simply a GFRC shop–we can take care of everything from shipping GFRC to specifying GFRC.
- West Virginia GFRC clients, and those in other parts of the country, frequently choose to work with us again–more than 85% of our business is repeat business
Take Advantage of Friendly, Local GFRC Service Wherever You Are in West Virginia. We Provide:
Charleston GFRC, Huntington GFRC, GFRC Parkersburg, Wheeling GFRC, Morgantown GFRC, Weirton GFRC, Fairmont GFRC, Beckley GFRC, Clarksburg GFRC, Martinsburg GFRC, and GFRC assistance to clients located in all other areas of West Virginia.
For GFRC information about our past clients and commissions, and to find out how we can help you locate Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC) that will meet your design needs, visit the Stromberg Architectural Products website. When you’re ready to take the next step, Stromberg offers no-charge initial consultations and free estimates. Contact Stromberg by phone at (903) 454-0904 or fill out the form on the contact page of the website to discuss your GFRC West Virginia needs with a knowledgeable Stromberg representative.