[About a blocked up sink] Of course if Tom was home he'd put it right in a moment. He loves anything like that. He's ever so good with his hands, Tom is.
Is this final "Tom is" a normal thing people would say or is it a strange feature of way of speaking of the quoted person? Please include your dialect (AmE/ BrE/ AuE) in your answer.
What's the purpose of adding these words at the end? Is it a clarification of who we're talking about? Or does it express excitement, maybe?