Our buildings and umbrella kits are thatched using Cape Reed thatch tiles – a natural product made from South African Cape Reed.
The thatch tiles can be fixed onto existing roof structures and are available as a DIY product, making them ideal for theming your existing structures. With Breeze Houses and our umbrella kits, you can bring an entirely new look to your outside space. Our thatch tiles can even be used indoors to create a thatched bar area.
The tiles are pre-fabricated and were designed around a do-it-yourself concept, making construction a simple procedure. The tiles can be clipped onto an 8mm diameter steel rod, rope or nailed onto a wooden batten.
• 100% UVC protection
• 99% waterproof
• Natural, eco-friendly product
• Cooler in the summer, warmer in the winter
Fibre Thatch Tiles
Fibre Thatch Tiles
Fibre Thatch® is a new innovation and is perfect if you want the look of traditional thatch with added life expectancy and minimal maintenance.
Fibre Thatch® is a simulated thatch made from UPVC Polymer, and has the added advantage that it comes in an easy to use tile format. The tiles are fire retardant to BS476 Part 7 Class 1Y in the UK and a European DIN4102 Part 7 standard.
The tiles are very quick and easy to install – no special tools or skills are needed. The tiles can be clipped onto an 8mm diameter steel rod, rope or nailed onto a wooden batten (using rust free nails or staples). The tiles are installed in layered courses. The minimum suggested pitch is 25 degrees, much lower than traditional thatch materials.
We recommend a sub-roof of marine ply and felt.
We also employ our own teams of trained installers and will be pleased to quote for supplying and installing tiles to your individual requirements.
• Life expectancy minimum 50 years
• 100% waterproof when used with a suitable sub-roof
• Exceptionally durable
• 100% UV protection
• Not susceptible to mould, rot or decay
• No fading of colour
• No maintenance required
Fibre Thatch Tile Shapes & Fixings
Used to cover straight and round structures.
Thatch Top Cone
Forms a cap on top of the roof, or by cutting in half will close off two ends of an oval.
Corner Eave Tile
Covers 90 degree corners and can be used with or without an eave section.
Has a straight edge and is used instead of the eave section. Alternatively, it can be used on the row above the eave section and creates an even denser thatch appearance.
Forms a dense thatch on the bottom row and, by trimming, will fit a 90 degree corner.
Fixings, ropes, screw eyes and gate staples are all available
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