Add curb appeal with a customized roof from Bartile. “We have more than 700 custom colors, designs and textures, so we can literally create anything,” says Nick Evans, general manager. “If you see something you like, bring us a photo and we’ll make it for you.”
Bartile is a Utah-based, family-owned business that’s been perfecting the art of premium roof tiles since 1942. Incombustible, Bartile roof tiles far surpass a class-A fire rating and have a 75-year warranty. Some styles even have a class-4 hail rating.
Want a shake or slate tile that looks like the real thing but will last more than 75 years and without the fire hazard or maintenance issues? Check out Bartile’s incredible selection. “With our gable options, designers and homeowners can create a true shake or slate roof at a fraction of the price,” says Evans.
In addition to manufacturing the tiles, they also provide expert installation services in Northern Utah. Bartile roof tiles are made locally and designed to withstand Utah’s harsh climate and freeze and thaw cycles. “You can save as much as 200% when you compare the cost of replacing your asphalt roof every 20 years,” says Evans.
“We’re celebrating our 80th anniversary. We’re one of the few family businesses that has lasted three generations. Some of the first roofs we installed are still holding up; I have stood on roofs installed in 1942. Our biggest design secret is endurance—that’s why we offer a 75-year warranty.” —Nick evans, General manager
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Environmental sustainability. Our eco-friendly roofs last 75–100 years and when it’s time to replace them, we can recycle every material. In addition, our lightweight tiles are made from more than 50% recyclable materials.
We’re partnering with Powder Watts to help people save a huge chunk of change on heating cable bills. Powder Watts offers a smart camera that can be mounted on the roof and watch for ice and snow build up. So, it keeps your heating cable off until you need it. Some power companies are offering substantial rebates to offset installation costs.
Yorkshire Cottage hand-made tiles recreate the look of both the rough hand-hewn slate and hand-split wood shake of old. Because the tiles are handmade in different widths and varied lengths, they create unparalleled texture and beauty.
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