Thatch-Lok – Thatch Retaining Net

Netting: Thatch-lok, Thatch Retaining Net dyed polyester netting material is used extensively in our thatch roof installations using palm thatch, elephant grass, Tahiti thatch, or their equivalent synthetic thatches. The desert sand coloring, and the thin diameter of the netting allow this retaining net to blend nearly invisibly into our thatch roofing. Not only does this net keep the thatch in place during storms, it can even lengthen the lifespan of the thatch itself by as much as 2 years depending on local climate and weather conditions.

  • Appearance:  1/4″ thick dyed polyester netting available in 2,3, & 4″ apertures. 4″ aperture is ONLY used for thatching, whereas 2-3″ netting is typically used as traditional retaining nets.
  • Grade (Int. vs. Ext.):   Perfectly suitable for both interior and exterior applications
  • Comm. vs. Res:   Both
  • Durability:   Polyester is extremely durable for exterior applications due to high UV and weather resistance.
  • Fire rating: Meets NFPA 701 Standard
  • Size:   36″ or 42″ height standard, although custom height can be manufactured.

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