Rot and Decay on Natural Thatch

Rot and Decay on Natural Thatch

  Thatched roofs are gorgeous—but what happens when they start to rot and decay? Rot and Decay on Natural Thatch When natural thatch gets wet, it can start to rot and decay. That’s particularly true if the roof is beneath the shade of a tree or another structure;...

What is a Cone Roof?

When you’re considering synthetic thatch for your business, whether you operate a charming rental shop on the beach or a five-star resort, you need to know what type of roof you have—that’ll impact your decision on the best roofing materials to use. So what if you...

What is a Gable Roof?

If you’re installing synthetic thatch on your business, whether it’s a charming beach café or a five-star tropical resort, you need to know that some roofing products work better on certain roof types than others do—including gable roofs. What is a Gable Roof? A gable...

What is a Hip Roof?

If you’re thinking about installing synthetic thatch on your commercial business, whether you’re running a luxury resort in the tropics or a laid-back beach equipment rental facility, you need to know what type of roof you’re working with—and if your building has a...

What is a Shed Roof?

When you want to install a synthetic thatch roof, it’s helpful to know what type of roof you’re working with; that can have a major impact on the type of roofing materials you choose. Not all roofing materials work the same ways, particularly when it comes to wind...

What is a Valley on a Roof?

If you’re considering a synthetic thatch roof for your commercial business, you’re in good company—you’ll find these types of roofs on resorts, restaurants in the tropics, and several other businesses. However, you’ll have to know a little bit about roofing...