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Bartile Roofs, Inc.


Phone: (801) 295-3443
Address: 725 North 1000 West, Centerville, UT 84014
E-mail: nick@bartile.com
Website: www.bartile.com

    Cottage Rusticut Slate

    With over 20 styles and options in over 500 colors we have the tile to accentuate your architecture and set your home apart from all the rest. Whether it is new construction or a re-roof on an older home, we have a tile that can make it beautiful. Houses with tile roofs are given higher appraised value.

    For homeowners and/or builders who want a roof that complements the home perfectly, then Bartile is a great choice. Not only do we offer high quality styles of roofing tiles, but we can create inimitable styles tailored to your individual design, setting your home apart from the neighborhood.

    If you’re not convinced by the beautiful gallery pictures above, then surely the economic savings you’ll receive by choosing Bartile will entice you. Meeting LEED requirements, every tile is lightweight and made from 50% recycled material while being themselves fully recyclable. The natural ventilation created between our roofing tiles and the roof deck will help reduce your utility costs by keeping your home cool in the summer and filtering out cold air in the winter.

    On top of saving you money, Bartile roofing is made to thrive in any weather condition — from harsh winters to desert summers — not to mention they have a 75-year warranty, soar above a Class A fire rating and can withstand winds up to 120 mph.

    Call or go online today for more information.


    { 2 comments… read them below or add one }

    Jarold Schmidt August 28, 2012 at 10:21 pm

    I have about 1200 plus roofing Crown and Bartile red slate tile, end caps center caps that are being taken off my house. They were put on in 1954 . They are now being replaced by Versi-Rib because of leakage for wet snow this spring. I would like to know if there is a market for the tile. I have the roofers puting them on pallets of approx.150 ea.

    Please let me know and if so some kind of value. Thank you
    I await your reply Jarold Schmidt Ph 406-399-1272

    Izilda Pitzer February 24, 2013 at 10:09 pm

    This is a old building owner looking for a roof tile from the 1960, we need repair some tile that has been broken. please let me know if there is anything you have for this kind of building.

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