Graham, a division of Stabilit America Inc., is located in Caledon, Ontario. Its 20,000+ square feet facility in the village of Inglewood, sits on the banks of the Credit River, at the Niagara Escarpment.

Situated in an 1871 historical Woolen Mill, Graham’s site is rich in history and heritage, having provided employment to locals since the early 1800´s as mill. By the late 1950s, Mr. David Graham began Graham Products Limited, manufacturing FRP products at this historical site. The original wooden beams and charred wood in the exposed stone walls function as evidence of the company´s legacy and 50+ years of long history.

In 2001 Graham merged with Stabilit and expanded its production capacity and product portfolio. Today Graham is a leading manufacturer of fiberglass reinforced plastic panels in North America, providing a large selection of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic, Polycarbonate, and PVC panels available to the Canadian market.

Through its state-of-the-art manufacturing units and distribution center, Graham offers value-added products with the highest global quality standards, competitive pricing and excellent customer service. We solve cladding, natural-lighting and anti-corrosion needs in industrial, commercial and residential projects, as well as in the transportation industry.

Graham, as well as all Stabilit companies, is a performance driven organization, 100% committed to understanding customer needs and providing cost effective construction solutions. We deliver innovative products of exceptional strength and durability that provide great alternatives to traditional construction materials like ceramic tile, metal and wood.

Over the years, our wide assortment of high-quality products and our friendly customer service have built our reputation for delivering technologically advanced and creative building solutions. We are looking forward to hearing from you, and providing the great service for which we are internationally known.

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