How Does Our Synthetic Thatch Hold Up In A Tropical Storm?

How Does Our Synthetic Thatch Hold Up In A Tropical Storm?

A Fort Myers Beach resort in Tampa lost its roof from this past summer’s Tropical Storm Emily. A tropical storm is a cyclone with winds over 39 miles per hour (63 kilometers per hour), but less intense winds than a hurricane. Tropical Storm Emily made landfall...
Endureed Synthetic Thatch Roof Products Are Made In The USA

Endureed Synthetic Thatch Roof Products Are Made In The USA

Economy Policy Institute reported that U.S. manufacturing has been “hit hard” over the last two decades, but points out that manufacturing remains a vital part of the U.S. Economy. Endureed is proud to offer our clients synthetic thatch roofs that are made in the...
Replicate European Thatching With A Somerset Roof

Replicate European Thatching With A Somerset Roof

Endureed’s Regions Series has several roofing styles designed to replicate beautiful thatch from specific regions across the globe. With the Somerset roof, Endureed manages to duplicate the tapered, slightly weathered appearance of European thatched roofs. Endureed’s...
Synthetic Thatch and High Winds

Synthetic Thatch and High Winds

Endureed’s artificial thatch roofing material is designed to withstand excessive wind speeds. While hurricanes have devastating potential, our thatch roofing material can maintain its integrity even in the face of hurricane-force winds. The same cannot be said for...
How Long Does a Natural Thatch Roof Last?

How Long Does a Natural Thatch Roof Last?

The National Society of Master Thatchers, a UK-based organization, reports that building owners sometimes become disillusioned with natural thatch roofs that begin to look untidy. Although an older natural thatch roof may remain functional, it’s not as...