Add Excellence and Classical Tradition to Your Home with Thatching

Lake Martin, AL

Lake Martin, AL

Charlevoix, MI

Charlevoix, MI

Thatched Cottage Mushroom House

Lincoln, MA

Lincoln, MA

Thatched Residential Property

Holladay, UT

Holladay, UT

Thatched residential property

Saco, ME

Saco, ME

Thatched Residential Property

Malakoff, TX

Malakoff, TX

Thatched Irish cottage rebuilt in Malakoff, TX

Seal Island, ME

Seal Island, ME

Thatched Cottage off the coast of Camden

Olean, VA

Olean, VA

Thatched Residential Property

Bloomington, IN

Bloomington, IN

Thatched Residential Property

Long Island, NY

Long Island, NY

Thatched Cottage

Duchess County, NY

Duchess County, NY

Thatched Residential Property

Humboldt Co, CA

Humboldt Co, CA

Thatched Guest Cottage

Canton, MA

Canton, MA

Thatched Cottage

Taunton, MA

Taunton, MA

Thatched Cottage

Sneedsville, TN

Sneedsville, TN

Bucks County, PA

Bucks County, PA

Thatched Cottage

Essex, UK

Essex, UK

Norfolk Reed Roof

Cornish Hall, UK

Cornish Hall, UK

Thatched Cottage

Elmdom, UK

Elmdom, UK

Thatched Cottage

Sampford, UK

Sampford, UK

Thatched Cottage

Hadstock, UK

Hadstock, UK

Thatched Cottage

Sampford, UK

Sampford, UK

Thatched Cottage

Finchingfield, UK

Finchingfield, UK

Thatched Cottage

Shalford, UK

Shalford, UK

Thatched Cottage

Making your house truly your own is all about adding special touches to make it unique. Thatching is one of the ways to do that. It’s an unmatched roofing material for tradition and quality, and beauty. At McGhee & Co. Roof Thatchers LLC, we’ve worked on homes and other buildings throughout the world, so you can depend on the services we provide.

 

We understand the appeal of adding a thatched roof to your home and know that it works well with certain types of homes for the best aesthetic appeal. Houses with stone, stucco, and half-timbered walls are often the structures we work on the most. However, we’re fully prepared to add thatch to any type of structure, whether it’s modern, traditional, heritage, or anything in between.

 

Reed is the most durable material for a thatched roof. It is dried, gathered into bundles, and then added to the building. Straw is also used as thatching material. It’s readily available, but it’s not as durable as a reed. We specialize in using water reeds for our projects.

 

Not only do we work on homes for our clients, but we also add thatching to outbuildings. We do thatched pool houses, for example, and work on thatched cottages, too.

 

Contact our team at McGhee & Co. Roof Thatchers LLC today to learn about how we can make your house into a notable example of quality thatching.