Standing Seam Glazing System for Architecture and DIY

SUNGLAZE roof glazing system is an all-in-one architectural solution, suitable for large scale architecture, home improvement projects, and DIY.. It consists of polycarbonate standing seam panels, aluminium profiles, and fasteners. A leak-proof system engineered to support wide spans and heavy-duty engineering challenges. From pitched roof glazing, hail resistant skylights, and clear span roofs, to commercial curtain walls. SUNGLAZE polycarbonate panels are also a durable alternative to residential glass roof systems. Glazed roofing that delivers performance and durability, with minimal maintenance.


Gasket-free standing seam ensures water-tight installations. Designed for wide spans and increased loading capacity.

Glass Appearance

Leak Proof

Fast & Safe installation

Heavy Duty

Minimal maintenance

Gaskets & Sealants Free


Glazed roofing with smart design for commercial, public, and residential architecture.
  • Outdoor Roofing

  • Commercial Areas Skylight

  • Covered Walkways

  • Awnings and Canopies

  • Curtain Walls

  • Curved Sidelights

  • Domestic Pergolas

  • Playground Covering

  • Gazebo Replacement Panels

Color Swatch

View the brochure in the downloads section for detailed optical properties of SUNGLAZE colors.
  • Clear

    Light 90% ǀ Haze <1%

  • Grey

    Light 20% ǀ Haze <1%

  • Bronze

    Light 20% ǀ Haze <1%

  • White Opal

    28% light transmission ǀ Haze 100%

  • White Diffuser

    80% light transmission ǀ Haze 100%

  • Solar Ice

    20% light transmission ǀ Haze 100%

  • Solar Olympic

    20% light transmission ǀ Haze 35%

  • Bluish Breeze

    70% light transmission ǀ Haze 1%

  • Solar Control

    20% light transmission ǀ Haze 67%


SUNGLAZE polycarbonate roof panel guidance and testimonials. Embrace design freedom with the help of our team.
  • SUNGLAZE curved awnings

    Roof glazing systems with Solar Olympic SUNGLAZE, a 6mm thick solid polycarbonate

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  • SUNGLAZE Installation Guide

    A visual guide to installing Palram SUNGLAZE onto a raftered roof

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  • SUNGLAZE residential roof glazing

    Translucent roof panels: clear sky views, cool daylight with UV protection

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  • SUNGLAZE retractable roof

    4mm SUNGLAZE retractable roof brings light and blocks heat. Lightweight and durable.

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  • Why architects choose SUNGLAZE

    Get support, engineering specs and customization. Get the right solution for your project

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  • Freedom in Design

    We provide comprehensive solutions for architects and builders

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  • SUNGLAZE basics

    Standing seam polycarbonate panel systems principles. Translucent roofing and glazing

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  • SolarSmart Polycarbonate

    Glass-like clarity with selective IR filtering to reduce heat buildup

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Show FAQs
How to Store Polycarbonate Sheets?
Polycarbonate sheets are tough and durable and guaranteed to last for years.
Here are some tips for storing polycarbonate sheets to ensure you get the most out of your investment.
Polycarbonate should be stored horizontally on a flat surface, such as a pallet or a shelf. 
Ensure that no nails or bolts protrude from the platform. Even small rocks can leave permanent dents and scratches on the sheets.
Stack the largest sheets at the bottom, and the shorter, smaller panels on top.
Avoid stepping on polycarbonate panels and placing heavy or sharp equipment on them.
Store the polycarbonate sheet in a dry, cool, ventilated, shaded area away from direct sunlight.
Keep your stack dry to prevent whitening and water spots.
Avoid covering the sheets with dark films or other heat-absorbing materials.
Cover the panels with an opaque, bright, waterproof cover if you intend to leave them outdoors.
What is the best polycarbonate panel for thermal properties and light transmission?
There is a trade-off between light transmission, transparency, and thermal properties in polycarbonate sheets. Multiwall polycarbonate sheets provide superior thermal insulation over solid sheets, but they are translucent, not transparent.
Clear polycarbonate panels will be fully transparent, but less thermally insulating.
Both options allow high light transmission, depending on their color.
If your main concern is light transmission, and not a glass-like appearance, you can achieve that with multiwall sheets, such as SUNLITE, or with the SUNPAL architectural multiwall panel system.
If your main concern is clarity, your best option is PALSUN solid polycarbonate sheets, or SUNGLAZE architectural solid panel system.
Another important factor to remember is that multi-wall sheets weigh significantly less than solid sheets. This can lower your construction and labor costs.