Roofline RESTORE LLC, Roofing Contractors, Woodville, AL
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We are a Locally Owned

& Operated Business.

       Who we are… Roofline is locally owned by United States Marine Veteran Isaac Wilkins

"I served our country for 4 years after high school and deployed three times to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. I was honorably discharged in 2008 which is when I came back home to Alabama. After several years in the restoration and roofing industries, I am honored with the opportunity to serve my neighbors of North Alabama, to enjoy the freedoms of being a small business owner as well as the freedoms of being an American bought and paid for by so many before me."

Our company has heard many stories about contractors, some good-more bad. Our company is committed to exceeding our customers quality expectations by following through each job from start to finish by:

1.   Verifying all materials-colors, design and specs. are exact matches to what the customer has selected. 

2.   Ensuring installations are completed correctly and on schedule if not early.

3.   Conducting multiple quality inspections throughout the entirety of the job.

4. Standing by our work. We guarantee our warranties are our word, our reputation. If we say it; we'll do it. 

·       What we do... In a nutshell, we solve problems. From roof repairs to full replacements, or even emergency board-ups and/or tarps. We communicate honestly and follow through with our commitments, keep our promises, look for the most effective (both financially and long term) resolutions to our customers needs.

·       Why we do it... That's a great question! Simply put, because we care. Plenty of people are going through life trying to maximize their dollar but the problem with that mentality is, it causes tunnel vision and prevents them from being able to see outside the box. Many of the best answers are found on the outside of the box! Some people go through life with no plans for their reputations, often marring them beyond repair. Roofline RESTORE wants to build a reputation for being the most trusted, dependable and respected roofing contractors in the area.

·       How we do it… Everyone has a code of ethics they live by. Although, not everyone is the same-the same can be said about Roofline RESTORE in comparison to other companies. Our core values will be upheld within all our business dealings.

Honesty, Integrity, Consistency, Compassion, and Community.

Roof Restoration Done Right


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We specialize in solving problems. If it’s a problem with a leak… we have the know how to fix it. If it’s a completely damaged roof from hail or wind, that process is second nature too. We have experience in Metal and Shingle roofing. From Classic Ribbed to Standing seam and 3Tab to Architectural.

Being a small business means we are able to operate with little to no overhead, which is what allows us to pass off those savings to you. We also have the capability and relationships to have multiple projects running simultaneously.

Types of Roofing That We Provide


  3-Tab Roofing Shingles. We offer several colors to choose from.

3-Tab Roofing Shingles. We offer several colors to choose from.

  Architectural Shingles.   We offer several colors to choose from.

Architectural Shingles. We offer several colors to choose from.

  Metal Roofing.   We offer several colors   and styles to choose from.

Metal Roofing. We offer several colors and styles to choose from.


Conducting your own roofing inspection-  If you are a “Do it yourself” type of person then you are probably going to conduct your own roof inspection before you call a contractor. We are going to give you some helpful tips & tricks on how to do it safely from the ground and from in the attic if necessary.  


First, When conducting an inspection from the outside bring a pair of binoculars with you, many roofing inspections can be completed from the ground without ever having to get out a ladder and risking a fall.


Second, Take good look around the home to see if you see any signs of hail damage or wind damage (See our hail & wind damage page). If you do see signs of this, then there is no need for you to risk your own safety, you can get this fixed through your homeowners insurance by hiring a contractor.


Third, Take into account the life of your current roofing, has it reached the end of its life of protection? Do the shingles look warn? Will new ones match the replacement or stick out like a sore thumb?


Fourth, check around chimneys and venting to make sure none of the seals are cracked or damaged.


Finally, if you are having a problem finding the leak or damage from the outside, locate your attic access. If you feel comfortable getting in your attic and you can inspect safely, you can do an inspection.  Make sure to wear long sleeve clothing and a mask to prevent any skin or throat/lung irritation caused by insulation contact and fibers. Wear safety glasses because you will be looking up and you don’t want any pieces of debris getting into your eye.  Bring a flashlight with you it’s going to be dark up there. Make sure that if you have lighting in there to shut it all off, if there is a hole you want to see where the hole or damage is. Look around venting and fireplace chimneys to make sure everything is dry and there isn’t any water trails on the wood. If you do find signs of moister intrusion and you are able to locate the leak you will be able to determine if you can repair it or call us at 256-679-9960.


Installing emergency roofing-  We recommend that you contact a professional licensed roofing contractor, after all, this could be a homeowner’s insurance claim there is no reason to risk your safety for something that your policy could cover you for, but if you can’t wait and you must do it yourself here is some helpful tips. First, you want to make sure that you have all of the proper tie offs for you and your ladder. There could be a lot of debris, hidden damage and loose shingles to deal with when getting on your roof.  Second, what you need to do is locate or purchase a woven plastic tarp, purchase or make some 1x3 or 2x4 wood strips and bring screws or nails.  First roll one end at least twice around a long 1x3 or 2x4, then screw it to the undamaged side of the roof. The 1x3 or 2x4 "roll" should be  secured firmly to the roof with wood screws or nails so it won't collect water and debris. The rest of the tarp goes over the ridge and down the other side of the roof several feet beyond the damage. Then roll the opposite end of the tarp around another 1x3 or 2x4 and screw it to the roof sheathing, roll side down. Now it's just a matter of using more 1x3s and 2x4s and screws to hold down the tarp's sides.  This doesn’t make for a pretty roof but its only temporary until you can hire a licensed professional.