The Ultimate Guide to Artificial Thatch Roofing

Synthetic Thatch Roofing

The Characteristics of Artificial Thatch Roofing

Natural thatch roofing is beautiful and so easy to maintain, but it does require a certain level of maintenance. And there are parts of the country where it’s difficult to find the right materials needed for upkeep. Enter: artificial thatch roofing from us!

Artificial thatch roofing – also called synthetic thatch or fake plastic thatch – is a cheaper, but more durable and longer-lasting alternative to regular real palm leaves.

Artificial thatch has been called “fake”, but artificial thatches are made from polyethylene and you can’t tell the difference.

Artificial thatch roofs, like umbrellas and trellises, give off a similar atmosphere to a natural thatch roof but last up to 20 years longer than natural materials.

All of the company’s products are environmentally friendly and responsibly sourced.

Viro Thatch Palm Layered

Indeed, the ViroThatch Palm Roofing is made from high-density polyethylene, which looks like a traditional java palm or Balinese thatch roof.

Unlike a natural thatch roof, this type of roofing resists decay. Our Viro palms panels offer sustainable protection for structures including gazebos and umbrellas.

Viro Thatch Reed

Give your guests a true sense of the exotic with our this layered Viro thatch reed paneling. With multi-colored high-density polyethylene, these are perfect alternatives to the real thing.

Benefits of Artificial Thatch Roofing

  • We create long-lasting items, which reduces your per-year project cost.
  • Recycling helps the environment.
  • It can be treated with fire-retardant to increase safety.
  • Year-round sun resistance.
  • A product with a good reputation