Retractable Roof Commercial Atrium

Commercial Atrium Retractable Roofs

Let the Outside In

Elevated rooflines and oversized windows add natural light, but combined with a beautiful glass atrium they create a major attraction in any commercial building.
Atriums also add a feeling of openness to the spaces they occupy. With a commercial retractable glass roof added to an atrium, you can significantly enhance the indoor space and allow for year-round use.

Customers Will Love Your Space

If you own a mall, restaurant, bar, rooftop terrace, or hotel, you know you’ll lose revenue when inclement weather requires you to close outdoor seating or restrict access, unless of course, you have a retractable glass roof!

  • Atriums bring in natural light
  • Atriums serve as a center attraction
  • When outfitted with a retractable glass roof, they also improve ventilation

Save on Energy Costs

When you add a retractable roof to an atrium area, you control when to allow fresh air in and when to retain the air you’ve spent so much to heat or cool.

Health Benefits

Fresh air and sunshine offer increased well-being and peace of mind. Well-ventilated spaces provide peace of mind to customers and help you or your tenants satisfy changing health guidelines and recommendations.

How it Works

A custom-designed Rollamatic retractable roof can enable your business to expand an activity area or add climate-controlled seating to an outdoor space. We would work with your architect and contractor to design a retractable roof system that will enclose an existing atrium or the space of your choice.

What We Can Do

Accommodate When Space is Limited for Retracting

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Configure to Retract in Short or Long Direction

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Open in Sections or Glide as a Single Unit

Custom Design and Engineering

Commercial Atriums Roof Examples

A retractable glass roof can be engineered for just about any type of residential atrium, including both flat and peaked roofs.

60 Years Of Experience

With the help of Rollamatic's professional team, you can have an awe-inspiring space that will make your home stand out. And we just love how cool they look! So why choose Rollamatic? The year was 1958, and homebuilder David S. Miller wanted to add year-round livability to the popular atrium spaces he designed. So, he built a fully automatic retractable roof for the center courtyard of a Diamond Heights house in San Francisco. Over 60 years and 2,400 installations later, Rollamatic is still a family-run business with a passion for art and architecture.