Thatched Roof

A thatched roof is a roofing material made from overlapping plant materials such as straw, reed, or bamboo. The plants are woven or tied together to create a layer of insulation, which is placed on top of a wooden beams or poles framework. Thatch roofs have been used for centuries in many parts of the world, particularly in tropical regions where suitable plants are abundant. They are known for their natural beauty and versatility, as well as their durability and resistance to extreme weather conditions. Thatch roofs are also considered to be environmentally friendly, as they are made from renewable resources and can be easily repaired or replaced.