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Roofing for over 40 Years: Our expert roofing standards, combined with our goal to surpass your expectations, have kept us in business since 1974.


Roofing In Utah Since 1974

At RoofsWest, LLC, we use only the best quality products that are backed with the industries best warranties! We offer top name brands in roofing for installation service. If you want to be sure that you are hiring the best roofers in Northern Utah, then give RoofsWest, LLC a call today!

Roofing and Roof Repairs For Over 40 Years

With more than 40 years of experience under our belts, you can trust that you are getting the best roofing service in Northern Utah. For your convenience, we are a licensed and insured roofing company.

We Use Trusted Roofing Name Brand Products:

  • CertainTeed
  • Tamko
  • EverGuard TPO
  • Flintastic

Our Roofing Services:

  • General Roof Repair & Maintenance

  • Emergency Roof Repair

  • Roof Replacement, Re-roof Estimate

  • Shingle Roofs, Asphalt Shingles

  • New Roofs

  • Hot Tar Coatings

  • Complete Roof Warranties

  • Flat Roofs

  • Wooden Roofs

  • Single Ply Membrane Roofs

  • Tar & Gravel Roof Repairs

  • Commercial Roofing-Most Membrane Roofs

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Repair and Install Roofs:

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  • Asphalt Shingle Roofs

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  • Wooden Roofs

  • Most Membrane Roofs

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  • Commercial Roofing

Roofing Contractor Layton, Utah

Follow these guidelines to select the best roofing contractor in Utah for your roof repair or roof replacement project.

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Need Roof Repairs? Tips For Choosing The Right Roofing Contractor

Roofing Contractor Northern Utah: Bountiful, Layton, Ogden, Brigham City

Do you need to call a roofing contractor in Bountiful, Layton, Ogden, or Brigham City, Utah for roof repairs, roof leaks, roof replacements, or new roof installations?

You can use these guidelines in determining the roofing contractor for your project:

  1. Have a written estimate with details on all costs and fees. Ask them for a written estimate that clearly states what work will be done, all costs and fees that you will be responsible for, and a specific time to expect the project to be completed. Should a specific roofing contractor fail to provide the results agreed upon, you now have a financial point of reference.
  2. Ask for previous customer references. During your meeting with a roofing contractor, inquire about previous projects in your local area that the roofing contractor may have done. Drive by the sites that a contractor shares with you. Ask the homeowner about their satisfaction of their roof and customer service that they received from the contractor. If possible, visually inspect the roof, looking for missing shingles, irregularities, etc.
  3. Inquire about the materials the roofing contractor uses. Ask the roofing contractor about the materials that they would use when doing your roof. If a contractor is not using top quality products, the chance of you having problems with your roof is very likely. Most roofing product manufacturers have lifetime warranties on their products which can save you a great deal of money and time later on.
  4. Ask for a Certificate of Insurance that clearly names you as the policy holder. As with any contractor, if a roofing contractor that you hire fails to purchase general liability insurance or Worker’s Compensation Insurance, you could find yourself responsible to pay for any damages or worker related injuries that occur while work on your roof is being done.
    Workers’ compensation is particularly important in case a worker suffers an injury on your property. If your chosen roofing contractor isn’t insured, the homeowner could be liable for all hospital bills and expenses. On the other hand, uninsured roofing contractors will be a cheaper hire as their costs are considerably less due to not having to pay large insurance premiums for their employed roofers. Only you can decide if you should hire a non-insured roofer.
  5. Request a copy of the contractor’s warranty for workmanship and materials. Ask the roofing contractor if they will give you a two year warranty for workmanship and materials prior to securing them to complete your roofing project. The first two years after performing a roofing job are the most critical. It is usually during this time period that problems associated with the roofing contractor’s workmanship or products that they use, will become troublesome. By obtaining a contractor’s warranty, it commits the roofing contractor to repair and/ or replace any problems in their workmanship or materials used.
  6. Check For Their Utah Contractor’s License. In Utah roofing contractors need a license from the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing . You can have a general roofing license or any of six roofing sub-categories. (Check our Contractors’ License in Utah)
  7. How does the Roofing Contractor Deal With Customer Complaints? When asking for a list of customer referrals, request one from which a complaint arose to see how your prospective contractor deals with problems. Ask if they’ve lost a work-related court case and if they’ve had their contractor’s license suspended and why. You can find this kind of information out yourself from the Better Business Bureau and licensing authorities. Test your contractor’s reputation by asking how a dispute was resolved.
  8. Get the correct technical information from the Roofing Contractor. A reputable roofing contractor will be able to clearly explain the answers to these technical questions:
    • Did the contractor explain the entire roof system? Your roof is a series of components that work together and you should know about all of them.
    • Did the contractor check existing ventilation for proper circulation and also explain the importance of proper ventilation? Improper ventilation will damage your shingles and can invalidate your manufacturer’s warranty.
    • Did the contractor know, explain and comply with local building codes? Local codes determine the maximum number of nail overs, and nail overs may shorten the life of your new shingles.
    • Does the contractor know and was able to explain local building codes?

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RoofsWest, LLC, 40+ Years of Utah Roofing. For all of your roofing needs: Roof repairs, Roof leaks, Replacement roofs, New roofs.

Serving Ogden and Northern Utah Counties: Ogden, North Ogden, South Ogden, Harrisville, Hooper, Farr West, Washington Terrace, Bountiful, Layton, Brigham City, Morgan, Mountain Green, Eden, Huntsville, and all cities in Davis, Weber & Box Elder Counties.