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Viro Thatch Palm - subroof
Viro Thatch Palm uses a reproduction process that replicates Balinese thatch-work artistry. The artificial Palm Thatch is woven like traditional thatch-work making it beautifully finished both inside and out. There are two distinct styles to choose from to fit your budget. The more entry level version is called “Bali” which has a smooth finish and each leaf strand is one color but multi-shaded as a panel. The "Java" version is a distinct texture similar to natural thatch and varies in coloration in hues of brown.
- Maintenance free. Will not mold, rot decay or shed.
- Resists termites, birds and other pests Installation costs are low, since no specialized craftsmen are necessary for installation.
- Viro Thatch Palm – Subroof panels do not absorb water thus it will not add extra stress on the roof during high rains.
- 100% recyclable since it’s made only from HDPE, high-density polyethylene.
- Viro Thatch Palm – Subroof panels come as an option to be inherently Fire Retardant.
- Authentic natural coloration varying between brown and honey which will not fade in the outdoor elements.
- 20 year limited warranty
Ideal for applying to sloped roofs where a thatched roof appearance is desired, existing roofs, awnings, sheds and barns. Good for any climate. Umbrellas and gazebos, outdoor kitchens and Tiki Bars.
- Viro Thatch Palm panels are available in the following sizes. There are 25 panels per box:
- Field Tile – 28” x 18”
- Viro Thatch Palm comes in two textures – Java (textured and each leaf is shaded) and Bali (smooth and each leaf is one color).
- Each panel consists of individual synthetic palm leaves manufactured from high-density polyethylene (HDPE), woven together over an HDPE rod.
|Viro Thatch Palm - Bali Subroof Panel - 31" x 24"||1-panel||$16.00|
|Viro Thatch Palm - Java Subroof Panel - 31" x 24"||1-panel||$18.00|
* Prices subject to change without notice.
FAQ: Viro Thatch Palm - subroof
How do you install Viro Palm Thatch on the hips of a roof?
Insert a half to a third of a field panel in between the regular field panels going up the hip. The panels will bend around the hip and will add that extra layer under the existing hip layers making the hips a little fuller. It also helps with the splaying of the thatch.
How do I do the ridge of my roof?
This is easy and there are no special thatch pieces required. Take the last panel and install at the very top of the ridge. On the other side of the ridge do the same thing so that the two thatch spines are butted up together. We then recommend using a half round piece of bamboo to cover the spines or concrete as we do with the tradition thatch.
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