HPL: The Material of a Lifetime, At Home.

Discover the advantages of High Pressure Laminate, its rich history, and its strong connection with Proal. Experience the convenience and beauty of this versatile material for all your home needs.

Discover the benefits of HPL:

Durability, Versatility, and Easy Maintenance.

Make the Most of it.

Explore the Advantages of HPL.

Endless Possibilities

Experience the Versatility of HPL in Your Projects.

Made to Last

Trust in the Durability and Performance of HPL.

Environmentally Friendly Choice

Produced using sustainable materials and manufacturing processes.

Save Time and Money

HPL offers cost-effective solutions without compromising quality.


HPL surfaces are non-porous, making them resistant to bacteria and mold.

Weather Resistance

Resistant to the effects of weather, for both indoor and outdoor applications.

Our HPL Services and Applications.

Transform your spaces with Proal HPL solutions.




Let´s Think This Trough.

Proal offers cutting-edge design services, collaborating closely with clients to conceptualize innovative and customized solutions. Our design team transforms ideas into visually appealing and functional plans, ensuring a perfect blend of aesthetics and practicality.




Let´s Do This.

With a commitment to precision and excellence, Proal oversees the flawless execution of design plans. Our skilled professionals bring designs to life, utilizing top-notch materials and advanced techniques to ensure the realization of each project with the utmost quality.




Let´s Make It Happen.

Proal takes care of the entire installation process, providing a hassle-free experience for clients. Our expert installation team ensures that the envisioned designs are seamlessly brought into existence, paying meticulous attention to detail and craftsmanship.

Easy Steps to Order and Install HPL.


Begin your project with a tailored consultation to plan your design, evaluate technical requirements, and select the ideal HPL system for your space.

Site Visit

Our team visits your site to ensure precision in every aspect, from space dimensions to environmental factors, guaranteeing a perfect fit for your HPL needs.



We craft your HPL materials with precision, ensuring each piece meets Proal's quality standards and your project's unique requirements.


Our dedicated team ensures a smooth transition from production to function, with timely delivery and professional installation of your HPL materials.

The Evolution of High Pressure Laminate.

High Pressure Laminate (HPL) has a rich history and has evolved over the years to become a versatile and durable material. Originally developed for use in the aerospace industry, HPL is now widely used in various applications, including interior design, furniture, and architecture. With its exceptional durability, wide range of colors and patterns, and ease of maintenance, HPL has become a popular choice for both residential and commercial projects.

Explore the many application of High Pressure Laminate for your projects.

Discover the Power of HPL.


Find answers to frequently asked questions about HPL and its uses.
Any More Questions?

Is HPL eco-friendly?

HPL is considered eco-friendly due to its longevity and the use of sustainable materials in some product lines, reducing the need for frequent replacements.

Can HPL be customized?

As Proal, we offer a vast array of HPL panel colors and textures, alongside custom digital printing options to perfectly match your design vision.

Is HPL easy to clean?

Yes, HPL is known for its ease of cleaning, requiring just a damp cloth and mild detergent to remove most spills and stains.

Where can HPL be used?

HPL's versatility allows it to be used in various settings including kitchens, bathrooms, public spaces, and for exterior cladding, furniture, countertops, and more due to its durability and aesthetic flexibility.

What is HPL made of?

HPL, or High-Pressure Laminate, is crafted from layers of kraft paper infused with resin, topped with a decorative paper and protective overlay, all pressed together under high heat and pressure.