Roofing/Cladding Types
Architectural Panels

Coming in a wide range of colours and materials. These can be manufactured, either insulated or as part of a built up system, providing an ideal solution for new and refurbishment projects.

The insulation thickness and variety of sheets mean it could be an ideal solution for a new build.

  • Fire resistant
  • Fitted horizontally or vertically
  • Weather resistant
  • Enhances soundproofing

Built Up Systems

This system comprises of a thin internal liner, insulation, spacer brackets to support and then a top profile sheet to provide protection.

There are numerous profiles available and with its fast installation and easy application, this could be ideal for your roofing needs.

With its hard wearing and durable qualities, minimal maintenance and fire and impact resistance - call us today to discuss if this could be a viable option for your business.

Composite Roofing & Cladding

A composite panel is a simple sandwich comprising of a metal outer profile, insulation filler and an internal liner. Composite panels offer an almost unlimited range of configurations and are available in a wide variety of colours, finishes, profiles and thicknesses - which is why they are becoming increasingly popular as a cladding solution.


  • Warehouses
  • Industrial & commercial units
  • Schools & universities
  • Sports facilities
  • Agricultural units
  • Equestrian buildings
  • Transport buildings

So what are the benefits of composite?

  • Fast installation
  • Weather resistant
  • High thermal, fire and sound performance
  • Minimal air leakage
  • Minimal maintenance
  • Elimination of cavity condensation
  • Cost effective

Flat Roofing

An increasingly popular solution, Synergy R.S.C Ltd is delighted to be able to supply and install two types of flat roofing. Flat roofs, with efficient maintenance, can have a long lifespan and our work always comes with guarantees.

  • Single-Ply Membranes - Single ply membranes are an extremely versatile, reinforced, waterproofing solution and are a popular design choice for many clients. The flexible and lightweight membrane can be safely and reliably installed without the need for any disruption to you during installation.
    They have a high reflectivity which means a lower overall roof temperature as well as benefitting from having a high UV and chemical resistance, therefore giving you an enhanced lifespan and offering an energy friendly solution.

  • Cold Liquid Applied System - In the UK, liquid applied systems are the fastest growing sector of the flat roofing market.
    This option meets the demand for offering higher resistance to fire and flame spread across your building. With an excellent durable bond and its high performance waterproofing ability, this system can be installed whilst your business can continue as normal.
    With no need for hot bitumen or gas bottles, this could be an excellent solution for your needs while maintaining the lowest Health and Safety risk possible. This system can be applied with speed and is safe and sustainable, maintaining a high level of UV resistance.

Rainscreen Panels

Rainscreen panels are part of a double-wall construction that forms the exterior of a building. The inner layer provides insulation and structural stability, whilst drainage is provided between the panel and the main structure of the panel.

With a flexible range of uses and with variable installation options, they are popular on both new builds and refurbishments.

  • Variety of colours and finishes
  • High structural performance
  • Easy to replace
  • Extremely low maintenance
  • Fast installation
  • Elimination of cavity condensation
  • Lightweight

Standing Seam Roofing Systems

With an outer standing seam of aluminium and underlying sheet of aluminium or galvanised steel, standing seam is an interlocking profiled sheet system that is both versatile and robust, creating an impermeable membrane that is corrosion and weather proof.

Predominantly used for new builds, the system offers a modern, low maintenance solution that can offer a straight or curved finish to any roof, with unbroken seams as it uses continuous lengths of sheeting.

Its speed of installation and minimum disruption to your business, coupled with its broad spectrum of finishes, colours and coatings, make it ideal for your new roof.


Trespa is a cladding panel that works on a rain screen system, which is detailed a little further up the page.

Performing well in both sun and rain, this high pressure compact laminate gives a compelling aesthetic to the building as it comes in a wide range of colours, finishes and thicknesses.

It's a high scratch and impact resistant material that is very easy to clean, therefore requiring minimal maintenance.