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West Virginia Roofing Contractors

Choose a West Virginia 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 West Virginia roofers will handle reroofing, roof leak repair, roofing construction, shingle installation, and gutter repairs.

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

There are 125 Roofing Contractors in the State of West Virginia (WV).
Charleston (10 locations) Huntington (11 locations) Poca (3 locations)
Clarksburg (4 locations) Morgantown (4 locations) Saint Albans (3 locations)
Clendenin (4 locations) Parkersburg (5 locations) Wheeling (8 locations)
Amma (1 location) Hedgesville (2 locations) Ridgeley (2 locations)
Barboursville (2 locations) Henlawson (1 location) Rock (1 location)
Beckley (1 location) Hurricane (2 locations) Rowlesburg (1 location)
Belington (2 locations) Jane Lew (2 locations) Salt Rock (1 location)
Bluefield (2 locations) Kearneysville (2 locations) Smoot (1 location)
Bridgeport (2 locations) Kenna (1 location) Spencer (1 location)
Buckhannon (2 locations) Keyser (1 location) Sutton (1 location)
Caldwell (1 location) Kingwood (1 location) Tallmansville (1 location)
Core (1 location) Lewisburg (1 location) Terra Alta (1 location)
Culloden (1 location) Lindside (1 location) Triadelphia (1 location)
Davisville (1 location) Maidsville (1 location) Vienna (1 location)
Dunbar (1 location) Marlinton (1 location) Walker (2 locations)
Elkins (1 location) Martinsburg (2 locations) Washington (1 location)
Elkview (3 locations) McMechen (1 location) Wayne (1 location)
Fairmont (2 locations) Milton (1 location) Wellsburg (1 location)
Falling Waters (1 location) Moundsville (1 location) West Union (1 location)
Fisher (1 location) New Cumberland (1 location) Whitman (1 location)
Glen Dale (2 locations) Oak Hill (3 locations)
Harts (1 location) Old Fields (1 location)
West Virginia Roofing Contractors by County:
Barbour County (2) Jackson County (1) Monroe County (1)
Berkeley County (5) Jefferson County (2) Ohio County (9)
Braxton County (1) Kanawha County (21) Pocahontas County (1)
Brooke County (1) Lewis County (2) Preston County (3)
Cabell County (13) Lincoln County (1) Putnam County (5)
Doddridge County (1) Logan County (2) Raleigh County (1)
Fayette County (3) Marion County (2) Randolph County (1)
Greenbrier County (3) Marshall County (4) Roane County (2)
Hancock County (1) Mercer County (3) Upshur County (3)
Hardy County (2) Mineral County (3) Wayne County (4)
Harrison County (6) Monongalia County (6) Wood County (10)

If a West Virginia roofing company is missing from the Roofery.com directory, please contact us with the location.

About West Virginia Roofing

Homeowners in West Virginia may want to hire a roofing contractor to maintain, repair and replace the roofs on their homes. Regular maintenance by a contractor might include checking the roof to identify curling, shrinking, broken or missing shingles that may lead to leaks. Addressing these issues early will avoid costly repairs later.

Typical Climate In West Virginia

The West Virginia climate is humid and temperate with lower temperatures experienced along the Potomac River. In higher areas of the state, along the Allegheny Mountains, rainfall averages more than 50 inches but is substantially less in the lower sections. While the Allegheny Highland area can average 15 feet of snow, other parts of the state-- including Charleston--will only get 34 inches of snow on average.

Licensing In West Virginia

The state of West Virginia requires all construction contractors to be licensed, but the licensing board doesn't have a specific classification for roofers -- the roofing exams are under the General Construction classification. Contractors in West Virginia must pass business and law exams as well as a trade exam.

State Handling Of Complaints

Complaints against contractors must be filed through the state Attorney General's office. Staff will decide whether the matter can be resolved through voluntary mediation. If this doesn't resolve the issue and lawyers have determined that the company has violated the consumer protection law, the Attorney General's office may start an official investigation. If the law hasn't been violated, the state won't pursue the issue further, but may assist consumers in handling the complaints on their own.

Energy Efficient Roofs

ENERGY STAR lists two roofing partners in West Virginia: LifeTite Metal Products LLC and Wheeling Corrugating Co. LifeTite manufactures the silicone-polyester Cool Chemistry system, a metal coating, in 17 colors (14 of which are ENERGY STAR rated). Wheeling Corrugating offers a variety of painted and galvanized roofing products in 14 colors, including Paneldrain, Centurydrain, Channeldrain 2000, R-Panel and 5V ROOFING.