Premium Bali Huts Kits With A Detailed Instruction Manual And 1300 Number Phone Support
All DIY Bali hut kit parts come measured, pre-cut and ready to assemble with Balinese thatch roofing to your requirements.
COMPLETE AND READY to install a magnificent Bali Hut (excludes concrete if putting your posts in the ground). Includes a step-by-step easy to follow manual with images and diagrams, Drawings (square or rectangular), Design Certificate, Warranty, and happy helpful phone support – yes you speak direct to our installer! No offshore service or machine generated answers.
DIY Bali Huts Kits include:
- Round or square posts.
- Best quality balinese thatch
- 40 degrees roof pitch (extends roof life). Please insist on a 40 degree roof when buying a Bali hut.
- It prolong the life of the roof and also prevent damage done by strong winds
- F7 structural H3 treated pine frames (rot and termite resistant) with a 25 year guarantee again rot and decay.
- H4 treated pine posts
- Maximum 600mm rafter spacing (ensures straight lines)
- All bali huts come with a detail Instruction manual (22 pages with phone support from an experienced team)
- Galvanised nuts and bolts
Standard size DIY Bali Huts Kits are usually in stock and available for fast delivery, however, if you require a non-standard size we can easily accommodate this as we produce the frames ourselves in our factory.
STRENGTH & DURABILITY
All Balinese Huts are designed to Australian Standards and only premium quality materials and timbers are used. The original Bali Hut design is created to withstand torrential downpours, hot sun and strong winds – we have improved on this to meet Australian weather conditions. We also use a 40 degree roof pitch as it is more durable than 35 degrees. Our Bali Huts are built strong, durable and sturdy using only premium quality products and the design follows attention to detail. Details that make your Bali Hut special and beautiful.
Thatch is made from Alang Alang, a native grass of Bali. Thatched roofing is generally 10 degrees cooler than any other shade or roofing material, which makes for pleasant living on hot summer days.
String: We use only White String Bali Thatch(the colour is actually light brown) and is used to stitch the thatch to the bamboo stick. We use this as it is higher quality, thicker thatch and has a longer lifespan. All our Bali huts include the premium grade thatch.
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How soon can you install the Bali Hut?
Normally within 1-3 weeks depending on the season. DIY Bali Hut Kits are in stock for fast delivery.
How long will the Bali Huts last in general?
With very little maintenance, a thatch roof owner can expect a bali hut to last for at least 15 years. Various climates however, do affect the life span of a thatch roof. The frame should last more than 25 years. Please read our warranty.
What support is available if I need help installing the Bali Hut?
Customer support is just a phone call away that can quickly answer any concerns.
How waterproof are Bali Huts?
All Bali huts if installed correctly are guaranteed 100% waterproof. This is achieved by using the correct thatching density and a roof pitch of 40 degrees.
How long does it take to install a Bali Hut?
Generally it takes 1-2 days weather permitting for installation. Times may vary depending on size of the bali hut. We have a detailed bali hut instruction manual available for the DIY market.
Are Bali beach huts (thatch roofing) free from pests?
Yes, Australian quarantine requires that all thatch must be treated as a condition of entry to Australia and therefore the product is free from pests.
What about ventilation and insulation?
One of the great attractions of Bali huts is that is extremely thermally efficient – warm in winter and cool in summer. Unlike conventional roofing systems that trap heat and moisture vapor in attics, Bali huts require no attic ventilation. Bali huts can reduce the inside temperature up to 10 degrees Celsius, creating a pleasant environment for your family on a hot summer day.
Are there other benefits of a Bali hut?
From a conservation point of view, thatch is less demanding on the land, as the raw materials do not require quarrying or mining. Thatch is also very effective in commercial settings such as restaurants, hotels, pubs, and retail shops.
How is the ridge of the Bali Hut sealed?
By utilizing terracotta tiles from Bali, the roof is sealed from moisture. (Standard in all DIY Kits or when installed). All DIY bali huts kits come with a complete set terracotta tiles at no extra cost.
What is the difference between Bali Huts and African Huts?
Balinese thatch, used on Bali huts, originates from Bali and has a more tropical look, compared to the African Cape Reed, used on the African huts, which has a neater, clean cut look.
Will the Balinese thatch roof change color over time?
The thatch we use is a natural product and will change color when exposed to the sun and rain. This is a natural occurrence. Exotic Thatch Bali huts are made from the best materials that we import from Bali ourselves.
What timber do you use for the construction of the Balinese Hut?
We use treated Australian timber to Australian building regulations and standards. The timber we use is the same timber that is used Australia wide to build pergolas and decks. All bali huts are made in a specialist factory to exact requirements.
Do I need council approval for Balinese huts?
Depending on the size of the hut, you may need council approval. Please call your council if unsure.
Just wanted to provide a few photos and some comments on our experience with your company. We purchased a 4 meter x 3 meter Bali Hut.
From the outset the staff at Exotic Thatch at Long Jetty were professional and very helpful. The workmanship of the Hut is excellent . I have had many friends and relatives comment on how meticulous the workmanship is. I would have no problem in recommending Exotic Thatch to anybody interested in purchasing a Bali Hut. I have attached some images for your records.