Bali thatch roofing

Bali Hut Thatching – Brisbane – Melbourne – Gold Coast

Island Thatch Offers Bali Hut Thatching Products in Brisbane, Melbourne, and the Gold Coast

Island Thatch has been offering Bali Hut Thatching products to the public at factory-direct prices for over 20 years. Their Bali Hut Thatching on the Gold Coast is sourced directly from Bali and comes in 2.5m by 900mm lengths. This Bali Hut Thatching is a more tropical, grassy looking material as compared to African Thatch. The Bali Hut Thatching roofing products in Melbourne and Brisbane can be up to 100% percent waterproof when installed properly. Bali Hut Thatching also provides excellent shade, meaning you can be up to 10 degrees cooler under a Bali Hut Thatching roof than you are under a regular colourbond roof.

Bali Thatch Roofing Lengths - $15.50 each
African Thatch Roofing Tiles - $23.50 each

Island Thatch’s easy to use Bali thatch roofing materials are the perfect solution for creating your own unique, resort-style retreat at home.

Our Bali thatch roofing has also been used in multiple commercial projects around Australia and overseas, including New Zealand, and PNG.

In addition to transforming an outdoor space, our Bali thatch roofing is::

Bali Thatch Roofing

Bali Thatch, also called Alang Alang Thatching Grass, is grown on the Islands of Bali and Lombok. Our A Grade, Natural String thatching comes in 2.5 m Lengths. The thatching grass is woven around a bamboo batten, meaning it can easily be stapled or nailed onto existing or customised structures.

Bali Thatching has the following qualities:

  • 100 % waterproof with correct spacing and installation
  • Natural insulation offering maximum UV protection
  • Up to 10 degrees cooler than a metal roof in summer
  • No condensation – making it an ideal application for alfresco areas, and spas
  • Long lifespan and durability

Available:

2.5 m x 950 mm Bali Thatch Lengths, Bali Hip Bundles, Terracotta Crowns, and Terracotta Capping.

Natural Thatch – Good to Know:

Recommended minimum roof pitch 30 degrees. Recommended Rafter Spacing 500–650 mm.

African Thatch Roofing

Cape Reed, indigenous to South Africa, is a renewable resource where harvesting promotes growth. This African Cape Reed is manufactured into 800 mm x 450 mm flexible tiles which can be clipped, stapled, or nailed onto existing structures for quick, no-fuss installation.

Ideal for all shapes, our African Thatch roofing can add an exotic ambience to any backyard.

African Thatching has the following qualities:

  • 99.5 % waterproof, and wind-resistant
  • Natural insulation offering maximum UV protection
  • Up to 10 degrees cooler than a metal roof in summer
  • No condensation – making it an ideal application for alfresco areas, and spas
  • Long lifespan and durability


Available:

800 mm x 450 mm African Thatch Tiles, Corner Thatch Tiles, and Top Cones.

Natural Thatch – Good to Know:

Recommended minimum roof pitch 30 degrees. Recommended Rafter Spacing 500–650 mm.

Applications for Bali Thatch Roofing

Bali Thatch Roofing

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With their casual, yet timeless appearance, natural thatch provides a delightful aesthetic appeal with the sight of natural thatch seemingly reducing blood pressure.

The material remains environmentally friendly and cost-effective, even when used outdoors in a warm, humid area like the tropics. 

Bali thatch roofing is typically made from a natural material, and when they reach the end of their life cycle, it can be recycled. Plus, a new roof is affordable and doesn’t require undue effort to replace. Natural thatch umbrellas and panels are easy to install.

African thatch roofing huts are a more formal structure of an open air hut while still giving the feeling of authenticity. The classic design can be used for special occasions, or as stand alone structures in your backyard.

 If You’re Looking for Bali Hut Thatching in Brisbane, Melbourne, or the Gold Coast, Check Out Island Thatch

Island Thatch offers a variety of thatch products in different sizes and structures. They have easy to build gazebo kits that allow anyone who is handy to install their own gazebo and bring a tropical paradise to their backyard. These Island Thatch Kit Form Gazebos have numerous benefits, including the easy, no fuss installation, no condensation so they are ideal near pools and spas, natural insulation that provides maximum UV protection, wind resistant, up to 5 to 10 degrees cooler than other roof structures, and a long lifespan and durability.

Island Thatch’s Bali Hut Thatching in Melbourne, Brisbane, and the Gold Coast Is Second to None

Island Thatch’s Bali Hut Thatching products are different than their competitors because they offer quality products at factory-direct prices. Moreover, their Bali Hut Thatching products are made of quality Australian timbers and are manufactured locally with only the highest quality Bali Thatching used. Their Bali Hut Thatching, also known as Alang Alang Thatching, can last between 8 to 12 years in normal conditions. However, this time frame can be elongated with regular application of Thatchcoat. All of Island Thatch’s Bali Huts are manufactured from treated pine timbers with authentic Alang Alang Thatching from Bali.

Their Bali Hut kits include single post umbrella kits, rectangular hut kits, square Bali Huts, and custom-built hut kits. Thus, regardless of your desire for your own tropical oasis, Island Thatch can provide you with the materials to build your paradise. These huts are perfect for tropical landscaping, an alfresco dining area, spa surrounding areas, outdoor bar areas, poolside retreats, holiday resorts, and even shop fittings. Island Thatch also can provide Alang Alang Thatching, Bali thatch corner bundles, terracotta crowns, and even terracotta ridge capping.

Island Thatch Has Various Thatching Options

Besides their regular Bali Thatch, Island Thatch also has African Thatch tiles and Synthetic Fibre Bali Thatching as well. Both of these other thatch products come in an easy to use tile form. These are easy to install and can be used in multiple applications, such as theme resorts, shop fittings, and even timber or corrugated roofs to add a tropical feeling to the area. Check out the online Island Thatch gallery  to see all the different options.