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Homeowners often ask us what type of synthetic thatch will work best for cabana roofing. For homeowners, cabanas are a unique and beautiful way to provide shade. Near the pool, cabanas are often also used for changing clothes or resting. Often, cabanas look like a hut. We feel that synthetic thatch is the perfect roofing material for cabanas.


Choosing The Perfect Thatch For Your Cabana Roofing

Now, choosing a synthetic thatch roofing product comes down to preference. Thankfully, our Regions series provides homeowners with choices that replicate traditional thatching from specific areas around the globe.


If you want to duplicate cabanas from the South Pacific Islands, choose our Bali product. See, this product features finer grass to give a Balinese or Japanese look.


Next, the coarsely textured longer reed of our Capetown product looks just like the African grass called “Cape Reed.”


For a cabana that looks like it could be nestled in Tanzania, choose the Kilimanjaro thatch. This look replicates the accessory buildings you might find while enjoying an African safari.


Perhaps your cabana will be placed in an English garden. A cabana with a Somerset roof wouldn’t feel out of place at all. The tightly tapered grass thatch looks exactly like the hand trimmed thatch you would find on a European cottage.


Your cabana can look like it belongs on a beach in Hawaii or the South Pacific Islands, if you choose our Kona roofing product. It features wide blade grasses. So, it will look like you roofed your cabana with Pili grass or Alang Alang.


Finally, for a Caribbean look, choose our Dominica product for your cabana to get a feathered palm thatching appearance.

Of course, we can also blend a custom thatch for you. The possibilities are endless, but if you give us a call, we’ll be happy to help you pick the perfect synthetic thatch product for your cabana.

Author: Endureed