Two pole palapas are wonderful
over spas, outdoor kitchens, BBQ islands, pool decks, or just about anywhere else you could want shade. The
most popular application for this type of palapa is
placing it over a outdoor kitchen since the shape
of the palapa can cover most of the kitchen area and
your guests! The Thatch is hand woven Mexican rain-cape,
double layered for added durability. If you want to
truly vacation at home, purchase a two pole palapa!
Our 2 Pole palapas are also known
as; cabanas, grass huts, tiki bars, thatch huts, hales
structures, chiki huts, beach huts, island huts, tiki
shade, palapas and more.
Each Kit with Standard Options Includes
2 layers of Mexican palm thatch roofing (See
the difference between 1,
2 and 3 layers Click Here)
2 main posts 6" diameter
with supporting lumber
Special composite fascia trim
All necessary hardware
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Our 6 inch diameter poles extend to 2 inch diameter pine rafters. The thatch roofing is hand woven Mexican rain-cape
Palapa sizes are a rough estimate because
of the following. Your 7x14 foot palapa will have
a 6 foot x 13 foot frame and we estimate
the thatch to overhand the frame by 6 inches on
all sides. If you were to measure from one side
of the palapa to the other including the thatch
you should measure around 7 feet x 14 feet. We
estimate all of the Palm Palapas to have a 1 foot
overhang. All our Palm Palapas will have a frame
1 foot smaller then the advertised overall size
of the palapa.
The shape of the two pole palapa is in the shape
of an oval and the 2 posts beneath are placed under
the peak of each half round end.
The post spacing is measured from the center of the
pole to the center of the other pole.
Spacing: Custom sizes available upon request Product .........................................
7' x 14' Two Pole Palapa ................... 7
feet on center
9' X 18' Two Pole Palapa ................... 9
feet on center
12' x 24' Two Pole Palapa ................. 12
feet on center
General Tools and materials needed for installations:
Usually at least 2 people
Drill with screwdriver bit
Free standing ladder Level
Wheelbarrow and shovel (depending on main pole installation
Cement (depending on main pole installation method)
* Sockets and wrench
(or 4) out of 5 - This means that this type of palapa
is somewhat difficult to set up (Compared to the simplest.) *Note: Installation difficulty
increases proportionally with the size of palapa.
Basic Installation Instructions
1. Secure both Posts in the
2. Attach ridge beam and rafters
3. Attach fascia trim and
4. Secure pre-woven thatch
pieces to frame
Stand. Our customers love
the convenience of using the palapa Stand.
the Palapa Stand to secure your palapa:
-Will allow you to move your palapa with ease
-Helps make installation easier because you don't have
to pour cement
-Saves you the hassle of cutting a 9" hole in your
Table. You've made space
for yourself, now make space for your food.
a Palapa Table onto your palapa:
-Makes outdoor entertaining simple and relaxing
-Gives you a secure food space -No more kicking over
Outdoor TV. Entertain.
an Outdoor TV onto your palapa:
-Completes your backyard paradise
-Lets you get fresh air while still staying up to date
with the game
-Will make you the talk of the neighborhood
Base Price Two Pole Mexican Palm Palapa Standard Options:
Main pole length: 10 feet (for in stands or surface mount through counter) Fire Retardant Application: No Wood Type: Pine Wood Treatment: None Rib Options: Redwood Thatch Roof Layers:
2 Rope Kit: None
Main Center Post Lengths:
installing palapa into the ground using
cement, choose the 12' main pole -If installing a palapa
into a BBQ island, a palapa stand or some
other surface mount, choose the 10' long main
shows the main posts extending approx. 2
ft. below ground level, the standard depth of installation
when using concrete footings to anchor your
palapa. 12 foot poles usually needed for this type of installation.
Palapa Structures treats each piece of thatch, front and back, according to the
fire retardant manufacturers' specifications. A Certificate of Fire Retardantcy
will be issued, if requested. You may present it to inspectors when required.
According to the lab testing data available the treated thatch archives a
classified A rating. Fire retardant adds a powdery white coating to the thatch.
Please see FAQ page for more information. If you add a 3rd layer of thatch
roofing you can add fire retardant to the 3rd layer.
Fire Retardant Treatment (click on price to add)
7'x14' Palapa ......$305.99(2 layers)........ $459.99(3 layers)
9'x18' Palapa ...... $499.99(2 layers)........$749.9(3 layers)
12'x24' Palapa .... $729.99(2 layers)........$1099.99(3 layers)
Want to apply the fire retardant yourself? Follow this link: Fire Retardant.
Pine is a tough,
strong, building material used
construction for its natural beauty and adaptability to a variety of architectural
styles. It is used in many outdoor applications such as, framing, paneling, corral
poles, utility poles, and railroad ties etc.
Cedar is known for it's decay-resistance.
The wood is used for purposes requiring resistance
to weather decay; such as in roof shingles. Cedar wood
also naturally repels some insects. If you order the
cedar all wood in the order that would normally
be pine will be changed to cedar i.e. ribs. Only
a very small supply of cedar is kept in our inventory.
It may take an additional 4-6 weeks to get a cedar
palapa if we need to order more cedar. Please
call for availability if you need your palapa
Treating lumber provides long-term
resistance to organisms that cause deterioration.
It can extend the productive life of lumber by five
to ten times. Wood that is exposed to moisture
or soil for sustained periods of time will become
weakened by various types of fungi, bacteria
or insects. Both the light and dark stains provide
similar amounts of protection for the wood. Darker
color will protect wood better from UV rays.
Clear preservative treatment penetrates into the wood to protect from the inside out and is not a top coat and will still allow the wood to weather. Clear preservative and stain can be combined for superior protection. If you add a stain treatment to your order please specify color of stain in the notes area during checkout i.e. cedar etc. To add to cart simply click on the listed price below.
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Rib Framing Options:
"Rib" framing is wood set between the rafters that support the thatch.
Our redwood ribs
are 1 ½" wide x ¼" thick
and weigh less than 1 pound each. Although they're
small in size the advantage is redwood is decay resist.
The redwood ribs come standard on all Mexican Palm Palapas. These pieces require that
they be individually connected to the pine rafter frame
unlike the pine ribs.
Our Pine ribs help make the installation
of a palapa easier. The redwood ribs rest on top of each rafter, whereas the
pine ribs are wedged between rafters, helping to space them correctly. The
pine is 1" thick and is cut out of our round stock; this is done to match
the round rafter and posts. Each piece is connected the the adjacent piece
using a webbing material shown below. This upgrade seems to be a much sturdier
option compared to the redwood (1" thick vs. 1/4" thick.)
Each Mexican Palm Palapa structure kit includes 2
layers of thatch as a standard option. Having
multiple layers of thatch helps the thatch to
last longer, provides better shade and water
protection as well
as enhancing the overall look. When these items are ordered separately as a replacement; enough material to cover the specified structure size with 1 layer will be included. If multiple layers for replacements are desired; change the quantity to the desired amount of layers.
Do you need extra thatch to cover an existing structure or other project? Follow this link to theMexican Palm Thatch Page.
Rope Kit Upgrade:
We use manila rope for all of our rope accessories.
Manila rope has proved it's durability over
many years by being the rope of choice for many
outdoor and indoor applications. Some of the benefits
of using this rope are that it
is made of natural fiber keeping the overall natural look of the palapa.
The rope is 1/4" and is purely for aesthetic
appeal. Rope kit comes pre-cut but not pre-attached.
Do you have other ideas you want to try and just want uncut rope? Follow this link to theRope Page. Many styles and sizes to chose from.
Order 2 Pole Mexican Palm Palapa:Guaranteed
Lowest Price* - Custom Available
Product........................................... Price of Product (standard options)
7ft. x 14ft. Oval Mexican Palm Palapa Kit............. $1600.00
9ft. x 18ft. Oval Mexican Palm Palapa Kit............. $2000.00
12ft. x 24ft. Oval Mexican Palm Palapa Kit........... $3000.00
For Upgrade Options Click "Options" tab above
Prices for Installation
We can set
up your palapa in the counties of Ventura, LA,
and Santa Barbara in California with some area
limitations. The following prices are the base
prices for a standard installation. This price
can vary. Please call to get a specific installation
quote. We do not cut concrete, tile or other material
for the pole to go through. If needed cutting should
be done prior to our installation.
Base Price 7'x14' Two Pole Palm Palapa
9'x18' Two Pole Palm Palapa ............................
12'x24' Two Pole Palm Palapa ..........................
low price: If you find an advertised price lower
then ours or you get a written price quote that
is lower then ours, will be beat their total
price by 5%. Call for details and limitations.
Advisory: As with all natural building
materials i.e. bamboo, palm leaves, wood etc.; they
require maintenance and or replacement over time. The
color will change as the product weathers. All other
normal and natural outdoor deterioration should be
expected. No returns, exchanges or refunds will be
given do to natural expected deterioration and color