SUNTUF® DIY Roofing Panels

Corrugated Polycarbonate DIY Sheets for Home & Garden Roofing

SUNTUF DIY roofing lets you enjoy your outdoor spaces all year long. Easily install lightweight, durable polycarbonate DIY roofing panels. For a clear patio roof, pergola, carport shelter, or garden shed cover.

Fits curved frames easily. UV protection keeps the panel itself and everything underneath safe. Choose from a variety of clear or colored polycarbonate sheets. Make your home bright and comfortable all year long with natural daylight.


SUNTUF DIY outdoor roofing gives you all the benefits of polycarbonate: durability, rain shelter, and UV protection.

Lightweight & easy
to install

Hail & impact

For every budget
& application 

Protects against
UV radiation

Balance shade
& daylight

10 years


DIY & home improvement projects are easy with SUNTUF DIY.
  • Pergola roof covers

  • Carport roof panels

  • Gazebo roof panels

  • Pergola roof replacement

  • Outdoor rain cover

  • Garden roof cover

  • Permanent patio canopy

  • Porch covers

  • Patio rain cover

  • Hobby greenhouse panels

  • Pool enclosure glazing

Color Swatch

Choose from a variety of clear or colored polycarbonate sheets.
  • Clear

    90% light transmission

Profile Range

  • Iron


Polycarbonate for Residential Roofing & Home Improvement.
  • A variety of solutions

    Easily install lightweight, durable polycarbonate DIY roofing panels.

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  • How to fasten SUNTUF DIY

    Self-installing SUNTUF DIY is simple: Prepare, position, and fasten.

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  • How to store SUNTUF DIY

    To make the most of your investment, here are some tips for storing SUNTUF DIY roofing sheets.

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  • How to cut SUNTUF DIY

    You can tailor and trim on-site. For quality, professional results, follow these guidelines.

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  • SUNTUF DIY roof pitch

    Calculate your corrugated sheets roof slope to allow proper drainage.

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Show FAQs
How do I curve the polycarbonate to follow the façade curve?
All Palram polycarbonate products can be cold bent onsite during installation, subject to a minimum radius. The radius varies based on the chosen product. For flat sheets such as PALSUN & SUNLITE, the rule-of-thumb for the minimum radius is the thickness multiplied by 200. Please check the Palram catalog for more detailed specifications.
How do I specify the required thickness of the polycarbonate glazing material?
The recommended thickness of the polycarbonate glazing material is based on factors such as wind & snow load, panel size, and boundary conditions. Visit the Palram website for access to calculators that can help you determine the recommended thickness.
How do I reduce the heat build-up coming from the façade into the building?
In order to reduce heat build-up through the façade, Palram strongly recommends the use of its tinted SolarSmart™ panels. SolarSmart™ tints can be implemented in all Palram polycarbonate products. For more information, reference the Palram SolarSmart™ technology page.
What is the minimum allowed bending radius of polycarbonate?
The minimum allowed bending radius of the polycarbonate is 200 times the thickness of the sheet, for example, a 2 mm sheet has a minimum 400 mm bending radius.
Why do I have to pre-drill fastener holes in roofing with corrugated panels?
Pre-drilling the holes ensures that the panels have room to expand and contract properly with temperature changes. Skipping this step can lead to distorted, warped or cracked panels.
Can the percentage of light transmission be controlled? I need a lot of light but I need it to be diffused.
Palram offers various LT% parameters – from 0% to 90%. In addition, we offer a color called a “diffuser” that allows 85% of the light in while diffusing it by 100%. The result is a light-transmitting panel that is not transparent but is highly translucent.
How do I determine the color, Light Transmission (LT) and haze properties of polycarbonate?
This decision depends on the application – some of the colors are transparent and some are translucent. If a see-through material is needed, then haze should be smaller than 1% and the LT% should be based on the illumination design. If a translucent effect is needed, then the haze should be 100% and the LT% based on the chosen color.