Alang-alang thatching and pili grass thatching are traditional roofing materials in the tropical Pacific region.

If you’re in a hurricane-prone area, asphalt shingling might not provide you the best protection from the elements. Did you know that asphalt shingling is susceptible to high winds common in hurricanes and tropical storms? No roof is completely resistant to hurricanes, obviously. Yet, we offer a roofing solution that is highly resistant to high winds and strong storms.

We offer a highly durable, wind-resistant, mold-resistant, pest-resistant, fire-resistant synthetic thatch. You might have never considered synthetic thatch, but synthetic thatch is growing in popularity. It started with a renewed interest in natural thatch roofs, but countless factors stand between natural thatch and any sort of mainstreaming as a modern roofing solution. Our eco-friendly thatch comes with none of those issues. Plus, if you’re in a hurricane-prone area, our synthetic thatch is the perfect roofing for sheer ambiance alone!

It works on most roof pitches. Plus, it comes with an outstanding warranty. And it’s strong enough to provide your structure with protection from most hurricane-force winds!


Interested in roofing an umbrella for your backyard or an entire hotel? We’d love to help you choose the right product for your specific needs.

Check out our synthetic thatch roofing materials now. One is certainly right for you:

We’d love to show you how Endureed can provide you with your perfect synthetic thatch product.


So, call us at 877-784-2824, or get in touch with us online. Also, view the technical specs on each of our roofing products.