African Reed Thatch Panel with clips
African Reed Thatch Panel with clips

African Reed Thatch Palapa/Tiki Hut Roofing Panel/Shingle w/Clips - 32"x18"x1" Inches - 6 Pack

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African Reed Thatch Palapa/Tiki Hut Roofing Panel/Shingle w/Clips - 32"x18"x1" Inches - 6 Pack

African Cape Reed thatch is constructed from 100% cape reed that is uniform in appearance and perfect for roofing. Reed is a naturally sturdy material that lays flat and does not diffuse outward like our Mexican thatch products. This product is great for commercial use and is able to withstand various climate conditions. Our African Cape Reed thatch has been used in resorts and theme parks around the world. Not only is African Cape Reed versatile, but it also has great insulation qualities.

Our African Reed Thatch Panels measure 31 inches in width and 18 inches in height. These panels are eco-friendly and carefully constructed from the highest quality cape reed available on the market. The tropical color blend of yellows, browns, and greens gives a natural look that will complement any décor scheme perfectly. African cape reed can last between 8 and 10 years depending on climate conditions and treatment. Reed is a natural product, and thatch roofing will allow heat and moisture to escape upward and ventilate your building structure. The high insulation quality provides cooler air to flow through the reed in the summer and retain heat during the winter. Typically, African reed thatch tends to keep building structures 10 degrees cooler or warmer depending on the season. Alternative roofing materials do not have the insulation value that natural thatch does. African reed thatch is most commonly used as a roofing material to cover umbrellas, tiki huts, gazebos, and more. Need help with your project? Call our expert and friendly staff members for calculations and suggestions on how you can best complete your project.