Fire Retardant Synthetic Thatch

Businesses must follow local, state, and federal regulations – not just in the U.S., but in countries abroad, as well.

That means museums, hotels, resorts, apartment buildings and restaurants are required to install fire-resistant roofs.

Natural thatch isn’t normally fire retardant. Instead, a natural thatch roof generally must have a chemical fire retardant applied to it on-site.

However, Endureed’s synthetic thatch roofs are already fire-retardant. You get a natural-looking roof without the labor-intensive, repeated, and costly maintenance that natural thatch roof owners experience.

(There are entire businesses devoted to maintaining thatch roofs and ensuring building owners are in compliance with the local fire codes!)

Endureed’s synthetic thatch is made to withstand high temperatures; it’s all designed with fire resistance in mind. You don’t have to apply additional flame-retarding chemicals because our products are made to give you peace of mind.


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.


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