Planning to Build a Tiki Hut at a Beach Resort? Synthetic Thatch is the Way to Go
Nothing says tropical beach paradise quite like a thatched roof. That’s why, when you’re planning to build a tiki hut, installing a thatch roof is a given.
Keep in mind, however, that you shouldn’t use just any thatch. To get the best quality for your tiki hut, it is imperative that you use synthetic thatch. The engineered thatch materials used for both the Endureed Viva Series and the The Premium Collection are sturdy and reliable, designed to outperform and outlast even the best-maintained authentic thatch.
Why Should You Build a Tiki Hut with an Engineered Thatch Roof?
With synthetic thatch, your tiki hut roof won’t become a haven for pests. Even if you love animals, you don’t want them nesting in your building because they’ll damage it and eat away at the material.
Plus, synthetic thatch is engineered to resist flames and to stand up against the elements. With synthetic materials, you can spend less time worrying about roof maintenance and more time focused on your tiki hut guests.
And don’t worry: Your visitors will never know the difference between authentic and synthetic thatch.
Does Your Tiki Hut Need a Thatched Roof?
We’d love to show you how Endureed can provide you with the imitation thatch roofing materials you need to create a beautiful aesthetic your guests will love.
Call us at 877-784-2824 or contact us online to learn more about our products. You can also explore:
- Capetown — A trimmed, coarsely textured, longer reed. Replicates African Yellow Grass or “Cape Reed” that replicates the typical African style thatching.
- Kilimanjaro — A heavy reed replicating a traditional weathered, Tanzanian cape reed roof.
- Somerset — A closely tapered, slightly weathered appearing shingle. Replicates a typical, hand trimmed European thatching.
- Kona — A combination of wide leaf and smaller grass reed. Replicates the look of Hawaiian “Pili Grass” and Asian Alang-Alang grass thatching.
- Bali — A finer, loosely tapered, slightly longer shingle designed to resemble the appearance of East Asian grass thatching.
- Viva Series — An especially economical synthetic palm thatch.