To complement our Fiber Synthetic Reed and Palm, we have developed types of ceilings to be used on the interior of roofs

1. Cape Reed Ceiling Boards

Cape Reed Ceiling boards are Natural Reed are glued onto Masonite boards one by one. Over the last 15 years, thousands of boards have been sold globally.

From the same material extruded for the Fiber Synthetic Palm Tiles, we manufacture Woven Mats to be used as a ceiling layer.

To read and learn all about our Cape Reed Ceiling boards, click on the pdf's below:

2. Woven Palm Mats

The mats can be made in any colour. It is very popular to let the inside colours match the outside Fiber synthetic thatch. Standard sizes are 1220mm x 2440mm, but the mats can be manufactured in any size specified.

The mats can be made in any colour. It is very popular to let the inside colours match the outside Fiber synthetic thatch. Standard sizes are 1220mm x 2440mm, but the mats can be manufactured in any size specified.

3. Fiber Palm Ceiling Tiles

The ceiling tile was developed for a customer that wanted the inside look to match and be identical to the outside look. See the photo below. Note that the inside thatch material match the appearance of the thatch on the overhang on the outside.

It became so popular that Fiber Roofing now offer it as a standard item. The size of the tiles is 400mm x 800mm so the rails/battens. To understand the application study the photos below.

Photo 1: We constructed a sample frame. Note that the binding strips on the tiles can be spaced so far apart that the tile is only stapled onto every second batten. The spacing of the binding tiles can also be adjusted to accommodate branding spaces on exciting roofs.

 

Photo 2: We stapled a Fiber Indian Ocean edge tile at the bottom onto the frame.

 

Photos 3, 4, 5 and 6: The ceiling tiles are then stapled from the bottom to the top with rustic side of the tile on the underside, the smooth side to the top, until the complete frame is covered.

 

Photos 7, 8, 9 and 10: A FR-MO Board is then placed on top of the ceiling tiles stapled onto the frame. Note that the color of the waterproof layer can match the color of the Fiber Synthetic Tiles. The waterproofed FR-MO Board is screwed.

 

Photos 11 and 12:See the sample board lifted up by Danie, Dawie and some members of our team to show the bottom and top sides.Our goal to get the same “inside” and “outside” look has been achieved.

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