Glass Retractable Skylight & Roofing

for Pools, Restaurants, and Patios

Everyone has a window seat with a retractable skylight roof

Have you ever noticed how everyone gravitates to window seating? A SolaGlide retractable roof lets in the natural sunlight when closed and fresh, outdoor experience when open.

And, who wants to be inside on a sunny day? You can fully capitalize on all of your available seating with Libart SolaGlide. That means revenue-producing seating, no matter the weather.

Choose SolaGlide for indoor comfort and outdoor freedom.

SolaGlide Overview

Energy Efficient, Year-Round Use, Maximum ROI

Is it a retractable skylight or a retractable roof? Yes! SolaGlide functions as a retractable skylight but can form the entire roof area. So, either term is perfectly appropriate. Want to know more about skylights? See our discussion

SolaGlide is a versatile choice for your project and is ideal for restaurants and patios as well as commercial and residential pool areas. Smooth and quiet, motorized operation ensure that your guests only notice the outdoor experience you have brought to their indoor space.

Standard Features

SolaGlide is engineered to provide excellent thermal and weather insulation for all climates. Standard design features include:

• Thermally-broken mullions

• Insulated glass, structurally bonded to frames

• Weather-sealed components

• Hidden drive with automatic tensioning

• Motorization with hidden drive, automatic tensioning, thermoplastic cogged belt with steel-reinforced cords (resists moisture, oils, UV radiation, and temperature changes)

• Guaranteed maintenance-free operation

Operating Modes

Models and Specifications

Glazing: Insulated Glass
Max Span: 40’ (12m)
Max Width: 196’ (60m)
Operation: Motorized
Opening: 66% or 75%
Glazing: Polycarbonate
Max Span: 46’ (14m)
Max Width: 196’ (60m)
Operation: Motorized
Opening: 66% or 75%


Single Pitch




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