Specialists In Fiberglass &
Gel Coat Repair

Mold Making

The fiberglass mold process begins with an object known as the plug. The plug can be made from a variety of different materials, such as foam, steel, wood, plastic, concrete FRP, etc. After the plug has been formed, it is sprayed with a mold release agent. The allows the mold to be separated from the plug once it is finished. The mold release agent is a special wax and/or PVA.

Once the plug has its release agent, a tooling gel coat is applied. This allows the smallest of detail to be printed into the mold. This high-grade gel coat promotes high durability and high thermal outputs and can last upwards of 3000 pulls if the mold is properly maintained. Molds are custom built to client application use. This means that if low or high volume parts are needed, the mod thickness will be built according to mechanical load projected.

Corrosion Tank Lining

When dealing with corrosion applications such as fuels, oils and acids, JBros Fiberglass has access to all of the tech and lab support to best suit your project demands. Vinyl esters and epoxies can be used also as a thermal barrier where conventional materials deteriorate quickly in high heat/chemical exposure. The resins can be approved for food grade and/or fire retardant applications.

Our Work Includes

  • Acid Trucks
  • Canola Oil FRP Tanks
  • Acid Dip Tanks
  • Ethanol Basin Storage Tanks

On-Site Repairs

When in need of a reliable fiberglass repair, trust JBros Fiberglass. Our crew of repair specialists has worked on repairs big and small. From relining pools and tanks to small onsite patch jobs. Our fiberglass and gel coat techniques are based upon proper procedure and safety when dealing with diverse repair jobs.

Our Work Includes

  • Decks
  • Cistern/Septic Tanks
  • Pools
  • Wind Mills
  • Fitting Installments
  • Epoxy Floors
  • Vynil Ester Patches

Fiberglass Repair

In order to achieve the strength that the part had prior to it being damaged, the repair must be done properly. Fiberglass repairs should be made using the same type of resin and gel coat used to make the original part. Aspects such as safety, temperature, and catalyst play a significant role in producing a quality repair and this is something that is always carefully evaluated.

Gel Coat Repairs

Gel Coating is one of the hardest areas to protect due to all the variable working against you. It is crucial to consider things like heat, color and catalyst input, as they all heavily affect the finished look and colour of the product.

Our Work Includes

  • Wakeboard Boats
  • Ski Boats
  • Semi Hoods
  • Jet Skis
  • Power-line Buckets
  • Trailers
  • Anything Fiberglass Related

5801 54 Ave, Taber, Alberta
T1G 1X4

Office: (403) 393-6858