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12x24 Mexican Palm Palapa - 2 Posts
12x24 Mexican Palm Palapa - 2 Posts

12ft. x 24ft. Oval Mexican Palm Palapa - 2 Posts

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Your Price: $3,000.00
Part Number: PALM2P12x24

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2 Pole Mexican Palm Palapas are also known as thatch umbrellas, tropical umbrellas, thatch palapa, 
grass palapa, tiki umbrella, or palapa structure. Sitting under a palm palapa will instantly make you feel as if you're on a beautiful tropical beach. There's nothing better than to relax in the shade of a palapa. Now you really can vacation at home!

Each Kit with Standards Options Includes

  • 2 pieces or layers of pre-woven thatch (See the difference between 1, 2 and 3 layers Click Here)
  • 6''' diameter center poles
  • Pre-assembled rafter
  • 1/4" thick redwood Purlins/Rib Roof Framing
  • Special composite fascia trim
  • All necessary hardware
  • Step-by-step instructions
The Mexican Palm Thatch lasts outdoors approximately 2-8 years depending on the climate. If there is a lot of humidity, wind or rain, your thatch will last closer to the lower end of the spectrum. When the palm thatch needs to be replaced, and if caught soon enough it may be possible to only replace the top layer of thatch (2 layers is the standard option.) You can purchase replacements under Thatch Roof Materials & Extras - Mexican Palm Thatch.

Our 6 inch diameter poles extend to 2 inch diameter pine rafters. The thatch is hand woven Mexican rain-cape thatch.

Palapa sizes are a rough estimate because of the following. Your 7x14 foot palapa will have a 6 foot x 13 foot frame and we estimate the thatch to overhand the frame by 6 inches on all sides. If you were to measure from one side of the palapa to the other including the thatch you should measure approximately 7 feet x 14 foot. We estimate all of the round & oval  Mexican Palm Palapas to have a 1 foot thatch overhang. All our round/oval Mexican Palm Palapas will have a frame 1 foot smaller then the advertised overall size of the palapa.

General Tools and materials needed for installations:

Usually at least 2 people
Drill with screwdriver bits 
Free standing ladder
Wheelbarrow and shovel (depending on main pole installation method) 
Cement (depending on main pole installation method)
* Sockets and wrench

Installation Difficulty:

3 out of 5 - This means that this type of palapa is somewhat difficult to setup (compared to the simplest.)
*Note: Installation difficulty increases proportionally with the size of palapa.

Basic Installation Instructions

  1. Dig a hole in ground 18''-24 in diameter or core a hole into your bar surface 6 inches in diameter and place main pole in hole
  2. Connect pre-assembled rafters to main pole
  3. Attach composite fascia trim to ends of rafters (makes structure circular)
  4. Place wood ribs over rafters (these keep the thatch up between rafters)
  5. Attach thatching to roof frame
    **Much More detailed instructions come with kit***

The shape of the two pole palapa is an oval and the 2 posts beneath are placed under the peak of each half round end.

The post spacing is measured from the center of the pole to the center of the other pole.

Top View of a Two Pole Palapa Diagram

Post Spacing: Custom sizes available upon request 
Product ......................................... Post Spacing
7' x 14' Two Pole Palapa ................... 
7 feet on center 
9' X 18' Two Pole Palapa ................... 
9 feet on center 
12' x 24' Two Pole Palapa ................. 
12 feet on center