valley impervious to rot on synthetic thatch

One problem with naturally thatched roofs is a tendency for thatched valley sections to leak. Valley sections on thatched roof houses generally don’t leak at first. Even when natural thatch isn’t fitted correctly, these sections usually don’t leak at first.

After natural thatching is a few years old, the problems start. These sections are where most of the water drains from roofs. They see a large volume of rain water flow over them. Natural thatch takes longer to dry in these areas. Consequently, natural thatch rots more quickly in the valley sections of roofs. If a natural thatch roof begins to leak from the valley section, it must be repaired. Sections of it often have to be stripped and redone.

Endureed Synthetic Thatch Valley Sections Do Not Rot

Just one of many benefits of Endureed synthetic thatch is that it does not rot. Our synthetic thatch is 100% rain, snow, and mildew-proof. Endureed appreciates the beauty and functionality of a natural, old thatched roof, but we also know that our clients require roofs that don’t rot. Natural thatch roofs are amazing, so we replicated the advantages and created a synthetic version to remove the disadvantages. Endureed’s synthetic thatch roofs come with a 20-year warranty against rot, decay, UV degradation and color-fade.

We’d be happy to show you how Endureed can provide you with the perfect synthetic thatch roofing for your business. Call us at 877-784-2824 or get in touch with us online to learn more. You can also view the technical specs on each of our roofing products by creating a free Endureed user account now.

Author: Endureed