Why Choose Us
  • Transparency: At Tomlin, we are open and honest about everything we do, from cost to work. We will educate you so every decision is based on knowledge, not emotion.

  • Experience: We have seen it all. Our team can handle any job, big or small. We will assess the situation, evaluate all options, then educate and assist you to make the best decision.

  • Community Focused: We have pride in our community. When people spend money with us, we then in turnaround and spend that money back into the community through local vendors and contractors.

Tomlin Roofing Professionals is for anyone who wants to save time, money, and stress on roof replacement by doing it right the first time.

Protecting Our Community One Roof at a Time

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When it comes to keeping your home and family protected, a damage-free roof is crucial.

High-quality roof repair you can trust will make sure your roof is functional and taken care of.

When roof damage is caught and repaired early, it can save you from investing in a full roof replacement, which can be both costly and time-consuming.

Types of Roofing We Work With

If you’ve got a roof, we can service it. Our team is specially trained to handle a wide variety of residential and commercial roofing materials.




  • 3-Tab – These are lightweight, flat, and typically only come in one size. This is best for projects that are lower in budget but still want to get the job done.
  • Dimensional – Made up of a thin layer of asphalt adhered to fiberglass, these shingles are perfect for those who want a natural look for a lower price point. They are lightweight and cheaper than clay or concrete.
  • Designer – These shingles are created with two or more layers of asphalt fused over a base of fiberglass. They come in a variety of shapes and give a 3-dimensional appearance that is often favored for the curb-appeal.

Modified Bitumen

This is an asphalt-based material that is commonly seen on the flat roofs of homes and patios. It comes in a roll that can be applied in multiple layers to be more weather resistant.

Modified bitumen is convenient material since it is weather resistant and it is applied in multiple layers.


Being incredibly weather resistant and long-lasting, metal is a premium roofing material that has great benefits. Unlike other roofing materials, metal roofs are exceptionally fire-resistant and can better help protect your home.

Metal roofs are known as the most beneficial roofing materials because they are long-lasting, fire-resistant, and weather-resistant.

Concrete Tile

Made from a single slab or multiple tiles, this material does well against weather hazards.





  • Shake style – This style of roofing is made to look like wooden shingles.
  • Slate style – Quarried directly from the earth, this style consists of natural slate tiles laid on the roof.
  • Villa style – This eco-friendly style is very popular for its Mediterranean appearance and functionality.
  • Espana style – Known for its multi-colored tiles and fashionable appearance, this style is both artistic and durable.

Clay Tile

This material is made by hand-shaping clay into the preferred shape and then baking it to reinforce the shingles.

2 Piece Mission Style

1 Piece S Style

  • 2-Piece Mission style – This style is installed in pairs, with the cover tile overlapping the pan tile. This creates a beautiful tiling shape that is known for its curb-appeal.
  • 1-Piece S style – This style combines the cap and pan of a Two-Piece system into a single piece to make installation easier, while also giving the look of a 2-Piece roof.

5 Common Types of Roof Repairs

In most cases, all roof repairs boil down to six common problems.

The causes of roof damage are frequently caused by weather, but can also be due to falling objects, natural disasters, tree limbs, etc.

For each type of roofing repair, our experts can get you back on track to a fully functional roof before the problems get worse.

  1. Loose Shingles: When they are installed properly, shingles of all kinds are designed for resiliency. However, when they are installed improperly, or mother nature rears her ugly side, they can be loosened. This is particularly true around skylights, chimneys, or other structures on your roof causing leaks in your roof. Roof inspections check for loose shingles to repair and prevent further damage.
  2. Roof Holes: A hole in your roof is never a good sign. Small holes can sometimes be patched while larger holes may require a full or partial roof replacement. No matter the size, any type of roof hole is an urgent matter that must be addressed as soon as possible.
  3. Hailstorm Damaged Roof: Hail is one of the biggest culprits of roof damage. One good storm can seriously damage your home by punching tiny holes right through your asphalt, damaging tiles, bending metal panels, and destroying skylights. Some hailstones can even crack the fascia or flashing on your roof. It’s always a good idea to have your roof inspected after any significant hailstorm.
  4. Roof Vent Replacement: Roof vents are an important piece of roofing design. These vents allow hot air and odors to leave the house. If they aren’t working properly, they can cause leaks. Replace them as needed to prevent this simple issue from causing serious damage.
  5. Chimney Flashing Damage: The flashing is a thin sheet of metal used around the chimney and any other roof elements to prevent water from leaking in at the seams. Flashing is more susceptible to damage because it is usually used to cover joints and seams in the roof.

4 Signs You Need a Roof Repair

So how can you tell if your flashing is damaged or your roof sustained hail damage or your shingles are loose?

One of the best ways is to schedule a roof inspection.

This free service provides you with expert consultation on the status of your roof.

You can also check your property for these 5 signs that you need a roof repair.

  1. Leaks and Moisture: Obvious leaks are usually attended to rather quickly, it’s the subtle ones that go unnoticed. Sometimes, these leaks are not easily visible because it’s not a steady stream of water leaking in from your roof. Instead, it’s a water stain that wasn’t there before, or consistent wet shingles even when it hasn’t been raining.
  2. Visible Damage: Some roof damage is quite apparent, while others may require roof inspection. The most common visible damage you can often see from the ground. Check your roof for any broken tiles, asphalt shingles that are missing or broken, any type of roof particles in gutters, peeling paint, or water stains on the roof.
  3. Increased Energy Bills: If you haven’t changed anything else in your home, but the energy bills are increasing, it may be due to an overworked HVAC. If your roof is not properly insulating your home, the HVAC kicks into overdrive and works even harder to maintain a comfortable temperature inside.
  4. Clogged Gutters: Clogged gutters are never a good sign. This could mean that you have shingle granules breaking off. It could also be a sign of an ineffective drainage system. If your gutters are full or aren’t able to keep up, it’s time for a roof inspection.

Benefits of Professional Roof Repair

While some people try and repair their roof themselves, it is better to have a professional do it for you.

Homeowners that opt for a professional roof repair get to enjoy several benefits.

Quality Materials: The DIY roof repair kits you may find at the hardware store aren’t professional products. When you call for professional roof repair, we use quality materials made to last a long time. We don’t apply a band-aid and hope it holds. We actually leave you much better than you started.

Safety: Getting on the roof isn’t a project for any homeowner. Roof repair professionals come with specialized equipment and gear, including helmets and harnesses that keep them safe. Don’t risk your safety to save a little cash on shingles.

Cost-effectiveness: Professional roof repair isn’t just a quick shingle swap. Instead, it comes with a full-scale roof inspection and sophisticated diagnostic tools to figure out exactly what needs to be done. This saves you both time and money by avoiding unnecessary materials that you may buy because you do not know what the project actually needs.

Warranty: Professional roof repair uses materials and labor techniques that come with a warranty. When you work with professionals, your roof is covered under warranty should any problems arise in the future.

FAQs About Roof Repair

The average cost for repairs of an asphalt roof is between $300 and $1,700. However, the price is higher for roofs made of metal, wood, and slate.

Most roof installations are done in a day. Larger roofs can take longer and can take up to 5 days. While some jobs take longer or can be delayed due to weather in the area, we do our best to get in and out and minimize any inconvenience to homeowners.

Almost any roof repair can be completed in less than a day. Many repairs only take a few hours to complete.

Why Choose Us?

Transparency: We believe in creating trust-based relationships with our clients. We maintain honesty in each step of the process without hidden fees or unnecessary repairs.

Experience:We carry generations of experience in the roofing industry. For over 50 years, we have seen it all and can handle any job, big or small. There’s no material, repair, or roof shape that we can’t handle.

Community Focused:We have pride in the communities we serve and find value in supporting the local economy. When possible, we work with local vendors and contractors to provide support to our community.

We operate out of two locations to better serve our community with all their roofing needs.

Put Life Back Into Your Roof

A roof repair should not be a wish list item.

We take protecting your family seriously.

Make sure that your roof will be repaired the right way by working with Tomlin Roofing Professionals.

We provide you with the best roofing services with unmatched customer support.

Give us a call today to see how we can put life back on your roof.

Protecting Homes One Roof at a Time

Request a FREE roof estimate today.