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4 Ways a Retractable Roof Will Transform Your Restaurant

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A retractable roof is a specially designed system that allows the roof to slide back on its tracks so that the interior of the restaurant becomes open to the outdoors. Also known as retractable skylights, these roofs have the ability to transform your restaurant from a traditional or standard  place to eat to a must-see venue for locals as well as visitors. Here are five ways a retractable roof will transform your restaurant:

It’s a Unique Attraction

People choose to wine and dine based on a number of different factors. While location and food play a role, the ambiance that your restaurant offers to patrons is undoubtedly high on the list of factors that customers consider.

A retractable roof is a unique feature that really adds to the experience. Whether people want a cozy dinner for two or an evening out with the family, being able to see the stars while they eat will be a major drawing card.

Maximize Views

Who wants to look at tables, strangers or staff while they dine? A retractable roof will give customers a panoramic view of the sky, city, or whatever vista is available,, effectively bringing the outdoors indoors, and creating a unique experience for all.

Outdoor Dining

Few restaurants can offer outdoor dining if their establishment has been built indoors. With a retractable roof, you can take full benefit of great weather by opening up the roof for your guests. You in fact, have the flexibility of both indoor and outdoor dining.

Add the ‘wow’ Factor to Events

If you want to encourage customers to host special events such as weddings, private parties, corporate events , and milestone celebrations at your restaurant, then a retractable roof is the perfect feature, allowing them to celebrate under the stars, and guaranteeing the success of their event, any day, any weather and guaranteeing the success of their event, any day, any weather.

Need more information about adding a retractable roof to your restaurant? Then contact OpenAire today.

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