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Utah Roofing Contractors

Choose an Utah municipality to view the roofing contractors doing business near you. The cities with the most locations are highlighted at the top of the list. Services offered by roofing contractors may vary. However, just about all Utah roofers will handle reroofing, roof leak repair, roofing construction, shingle installation, and gutter repairs.

Also, continue below to read about the matters that concern Utahn roofers and homeowners the most, including licensing, roof types, and problems specific to roofs in UT.

There are 303 Roofing Contractors in the State of Utah (UT).
Logan (9 locations) Riverton (11 locations) South Jordan (11 locations)
Ogden (22 locations) Salt Lake City (62 locations) Spanish Fork (8 locations)
Orem (10 locations) Sandy (9 locations) West Jordan (11 locations)
Alpine (1 location) Hyrum (4 locations) Richfield (1 location)
American Fork (3 locations) Kanab (1 location) Richmond (1 location)
Bountiful (2 locations) La Verkin (1 location) Riverdale (1 location)
Brigham City (1 location) Layton (7 locations) Roosevelt (1 location)
Cedar City (4 locations) Lehi (7 locations) Roy (2 locations)
Cedar Hills (1 location) Lewiston (1 location) Salem (2 locations)
Centerville (4 locations) Lindon (3 locations) Santaquin (1 location)
Clearfield (6 locations) Magna (4 locations) Saratoga Springs (2 locations)
Draper (4 locations) Mapleton (2 locations) Smithfield (1 location)
Eagle Mountain (5 locations) Midvale (3 locations) South Salt Lake (1 location)
Eden (1 location) Midway (1 location) Springville (2 locations)
Ephraim (2 locations) Moab (1 location) St George (6 locations)
Farmington (1 location) Mona (1 location) Syracuse (1 location)
Genola (1 location) Mount Pleasant (2 locations) Taylorsville (3 locations)
Goshen (1 location) Nephi (1 location) Tooele (4 locations)
Helper (2 locations) New Harmony (1 location) Vernal (2 locations)
Herriman (3 locations) North Salt Lake (1 location) Washington (2 locations)
Highland (2 locations) Oak City (1 location) West Haven (4 locations)
Hinckley (1 location) Park City (5 locations) West Valley (1 location)
Honeyville (1 location) Payson (2 locations) West Valley City (2 locations)
Hooper (1 location) Pleasant Grove (5 locations) Woodland Hills (1 location)
Huntington (1 location) Price (1 location) Woods Cross (1 location)
Hurricane (1 location) Provo (4 locations)
Utah Roofing Contractors by County:
Box Elder County (2) Iron County (4) Summit County (5)
Cache County (16) Juab County (2) Tooele County (4)
Carbon County (3) Kane County (1) Uintah County (2)
Davis County (23) Millard County (2) Utah County (63)
Duchesne County (1) Salt Lake County (125) Wasatch County (1)
Emery County (1) Sanpete County (4) Washington County (11)
Grand County (1) Sevier County (1) Weber County (31)

If an Utah roofing company is missing from the directory, please contact us with the location.

About Utah Roofing

In residential construction, roofing contractors play an important role. Not only do they install new roofs and repair damaged ones, roofing contractors also provide consultations and job estimations. They know the best type of roofing for your neighborhood. On the residential side, roofing contractors primarily use asphalt and metal. Some use cedar shank, based on the location and climate. Roofing contractions are perform waterproofing and winterizing.

Typical Utah Climate

The climate in Utah is mostly cool and dry. The average winter temperature is 28 degrees, while the average summer temperature reaches 78 degrees. The coldest temperature was -69 degrees on February 1, 1985. The hottest temperature on record for Utah was 117 degrees on July 5, 1985. Precipitation varies greatly, depending on the region. Some parts of western Utah only receive 5 inches of annual rainfall, while in the eastern mountains can get over 40 inches annually. Snowfall averages around 59 inches.


Roofing contractors in Utah must be licensed by the state to perform a service. To qualify for a license in Utah, roofing contractors must provide nine items, including $300,000 total liability insurance, proof of workers' compensation insurance, registration with the Utah State Tax Commission, and three credit reports for all key company personnel. Along with passing an exam, contractors need four years of full-time related work experience before being licensed.

Energy Efficient Roofs

The ENERGY STAR partner in the state of Utah is Aluminum Lock Roofing. They use the interlocking shingle system, which has to proved to be energy efficient. Each interlocking shingle works by fastening with the other shingles on all four sides. Aluma-Lock uses a metal roofing system, as recommended by ENERGY STAR. The shingles are made from over 90 percent recycled aluminum.

Unusual Roofs

In Utah, the most famous and unusual building is the Salt Lake Temple. The temple was built in the late 1800s for use by the church of the Latter Day Saints. It's a Gothic structure, featuring six spires.