As of today, 3-30-20, our crews are still working under Governor Hogan's provisions from 3-23-20, allowing essential businesses, including roofers and residential contractors to continue to function. We have already responded to several customer's emergency leaks and we will continue to respond to calls as long as we can. We are trying to eliminate face to face contract with our crews and customers by using text, phones, conference calling and Facetime. Feel free to call us anytime at (410) 889-7931.
Thomson Slate Roofing (410) 889-7391 or (301) 654-1312
Thank you for visiting the slate & roofing website of Thomson Remodeling Company, Inc. of Baltimore, MD. Maryland Home Improvement License (MHIC) 18421. Licensed & Insured. Call us @ (410) 889-7391 to get your free, no obligation estimate for your slate roofing repair, roofing replacement or any exterior restoration project. Click the BBB Logo to see our A+ rating. Celebrating over thirty years of outstanding remodeling and roofing service.
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Our Exterior Services
- Slate Roof Repair
- Slate Roof Replacement
- Roof Restoration
- Architectural Shingles
- Roof Repair
- Built-In Gutter Replacement
- Flashing Replacement
- Chimney and Masonry Repairs
- Gutter and Spouting Replacement
- New Asphalt Shingle Roofs
- Duradek, TPO & EPDM Flat Roofs
- Skylights & Sun Tubes
- Exterior Restoration
If you have a leak in your roof, click here. Whether you have a leak in your slate roof, shingle roof or flat roof, we have the experience to solve most problems.
There are thousands of slate roofs throughout our region. Many of these roofs are unnecessarily replaced each year. There are many slate roofs that do need to be replaced and are beyond serviceable condition, but there are many more with minor leaks and problems that can be fixed.
How to Repair a Slate Roof
by David Robinson
One of the unique features of a slate roof is that a slate roof is easily repairable. A slate roof is made up of thousands of individual pieces of natural slate. The combination of individual pieces of slate and separate flashing components allow repairs to be made in localized areas without replacing the entire roof.
Individual pieces of slate or areas of damaged slate can be replaced since the slates are not connected in anyway to the slates around them.This unique feature of slate roofs makes it important not to use roof cement or tar (not to mention caulk) to repair slate roofs.