Bartile is a local, family-owned business that’s been perfecting the art of premium roofs 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. 

Customization is the name of the game at 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 can create a shake or slate tile that looks like the real thing but will last more than 75 years without the fire hazard or maintenance issues. “With our gable options, designers and homeowners can create a true shake or slate roof at a fraction of the price,” Evans explains.

In addition to manufacturing the tiles, they also provide expert installation services in northern Utah. “We offer a warranty on tile as well as the installation,” says Evans. “Expert installation helps insulate the house to keep ice dams down in winter and keep cooling costs down in the summer.” 

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“We make one-of-a-kind premium roofs. As the only custom tile manufacturer in the United States, we customize our roofs to meet very specific requests—and that keeps the business exciting.”—Nick Evans, General Manager.

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What’s Ahead

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. 

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We build to last. When you compare the cost of replacing your asphalt roof every 20 years, the lifecycle of a tile roof will result in significant savings—as much as 200% the first time and more every additional time you replace it. 

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Legendary Slate or Legendary Split Timber tiles are the ideal complements to modern or contemporary homes. Perfect for low-pitched roofs, these tiles create a free-flowing pocket of air that helps insulate the house and keep cooling costs down. 

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