Around the World With Endureed Thatch Roofingengineered thatch
Few things in life are as satisfying as a well-crafted thatch roof. There’s just something about the way they look, and the way they make you feel, that is impossible to replicate with any other type of roofing material.
If you’re looking for an authentic, traditional thatch roof, look no further than Endureed. We offer a variety of high-quality synthetic thatch roofing materials that are perfect for any project. Our products are made with quality in mind, so you can rest assured knowing your new roof will last for years to come.
Thatch is a popular choice all over the world, and Endureed’s line of engineered thatch represents the best that the world’s thatch roof traditions have to offer. Put your tray tables in the upright position and keep an eye out the window–we’re going on a world tour!
Explore the South Pacific Islands with Bali Thatch Roofing
The Bali shingle is designed to look like beautiful Alang-Alang grass thatching. It is loosely tapered and made with unique reed sizes and diverse color variations. Traditionally, it is installed with thick Balinese style hips and loose eaves. This perfectly recreates authentic island thatching to bring any tropical paradise to life.
Alang-Alang grass is a very popular roofing material in Indonesia. It is a type of sedge that is found in many different parts of the country. The Alang-Alang grass has a thick, fibrous stalk that is perfect for roofing purposes, which explains its popularity. The Endureed Bali Thatch Roofing is the perfect roofing material to use in order to create an authentic tropical paradise.
Visit South Africa with Capetown Thatch
The Capetown is a trim, coarse-textured reed replicates the beautiful appearance of African yellow grass thatch. A unique color blend captures the authentic style of South African thatching by mimicking the red, purple and yellow hues of native grasses.
African yellow grass is a popular roofing material in South Africa. Found in many different parts of Africa, yellow grass has become one of the most popular thatch roofing materials worldwide, having been exported as a crop to many equatorial regions, like Mexico and Brazil.
Stop By Tanzania with a Kilimanjaro Thatch Roof
The stunning Kilimanjaro reed, with its heavy texture and unique color blend, is the ideal material for replicating a classic weathered African thatch roof. Bring the beauty of Tanzania into your home by creating your own authentic African-inspired thatched roof.
If you had to pick a single thatch roof style that matched the popular conception of a thatch roof, Endureed’s Kilimanjaro synthetic thatch would fit right in. This is the style of thatch roofing you would find in many postcards and photographs of traditional African huts. The Kilimanjaro reed perfectly captures the weathered look of a thatched roof that has been exposed to the elements for many years.
Swing Down to Hawaii and South Pacific Islands With Kona
Kona was inspired by the Hawaiian Pili Grass and resembles traditional island-style thatching. It is made with a special blend of both wide leaves and smaller grass reeds, which creates a textured look that is thick and tropical.
Pili grass is a type of grass that is native to Hawaii. It has long, thin leaves that are perfect for roofing purposes. Pili grass is very popular throughout the Pacific Islands and is often used to create traditional island-style thatched roofs in homes, businesses, or just the backyard cabana. Endureed Kona Thatch Roofing is the perfect way to add an authentic Hawaiian touch.
Have a Cup of Tea in Somerset with Endureed
This charming Somerset thatch lends itself beautifully to the historic style of thatching commonly found in Europe. A closely tapered shingle with a slightly weathered coloration resembles traditional, hand-trimmed European thatching. Designed for use with our patented eave wadd, Somerset perfectly replicates the quintessential cottage-style appearance.
The thatching tradition is alive and well in many European countries, with a heavy emphasis on craftsmanship and quality. Endureed’s Somerset thatch perfectly captures the charming, cottage-style appearance of many historic European homes. This thatch is closely tapered and slightly weathered, which gives it an authentic look.
Endureed Synthetic Thatch Roofing
Endureed has a synthetic thatch roofing material for every part of the world. Whether you’re looking to replicate an African thatch roof, add a touch of Hawaii to your home, or have a traditional European cottage-style roof, Endureed has you covered. With a variety of materials and styles to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect fit for your needs. And because all of Endureed’s products are made with quality in mind, you can rest assured knowing that your new synthetic thatch roof will last for years to come. Get in touch with us today.