Fiber Roofing has the ability to manufacture any type and color of synthetic thatch. This picture is of Fiber Thatch tiles against the wall in our extrusion department. The types and colors represents tiles on resorts done from January 2018 – December 2018. Each tiles were made to specification provided by architects, resort owners and developers.
The white tiles demonstrated by the 3 ladies are tiles for a project in Canada on a resort surrounded by snow. The last picture shows an umbrella that has installed the “white” synthetic tile successfully.
Even a Red roof in Hanover Zoo, Germany on the owners request.
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Today the 5th of November 2019 at the Como Cocoa
Island in the Maldives; The subroof has been cladded
and water proofed. A team of Maldivian tradesmen are
stapling the Fiber Thatch Indian Ocean Tiles on.
The roof will be done in the next 6 hours!!!
FiberThatch Roofs being done at the new prestigious Hilton Resort
in New Caledonia:
Fiber Roofing are proud to be associated with Thierry Hardy
and his company A.C.G.m SARL building the new Hilton Hotel
Resort Complex in New Caledonia. Congratulations to the
team under Pascal Arright for a job well done!!!
Jan Grobler, the founder member of Fiber Roofing is approaching the big 70.
He introduced a succession plan to ensure that all the loyal
distributors, customers and the staff are looked after.
Jan intents to be around for many years to guide and steer
Fiber Roofing to even greater heights as Chairman.
He appointed Danie Vorster and David van Staden as Directors to run the company with him.
Danie Vorster has been Jan right-hand man for more than 25
years and has been involved in the marketing, sales,
manufacturing, management and also the development of
every product being manufactured.
David van Staden has been involved behind the scenes for a number of
years. He started and trained as a Quantity Surveyor. He was a senior
Manager in a number of large corporate companies and worked all over
the world on many different projects.
Them becoming directors will ensure that the ship will continue to sail in the same manner it has for the previous 40 years.