NOBLE PRIDE
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We are A Full Service Commercial and Residential Roofing Company with over

40 years of Combined Experience

 

We are committed to providing each of our clients with

Friendly & Personable Customer Service

 

Offering what you would find with a small company combined with the

Top Quality & Expertise of a Large Company

 

 Let us help you with your

Roofing and Home Repair needs!

 
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24/7 EMERGENCY ROOF REPAIR

Our professional staff are always here to help you with 24-hours a day, 7-days a week emergency roofing repair service. If it’s raining and your roof is leaking, call us for fast and expert repair service.

 

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    How long does a roof typically last?

The life expectancy of a roof depends on several factors, including roof material, climate and weather, building type, and of course, your maintenance program.

Outlined below are common roof types and their typical lifespans:

Metal roofs— usually these roofs last 40-60-years

Built-up roofing membranes— with proper maintenance, these alternating layers of tar and gravel roofs last 20 years or more

Green roofs— characterized by a tough waterproof membrane covered with green plants, these roofs can last 30-50 years

Spray-on roofing (SPF)— created with a liquid spray that expands into a foam and hardens into a solid layer, these roofs can last up to 50 years

Thermoset EPDM membrane— made of synthetic rubber, these roofs can last up to 40 years
Thermoplastic Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) roof membranes— these roofs can last more than 25 years
Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) roof membranes— this relatively new roofing method is estimated to last 10-20 years

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    How long does a roof typically last?

    The life expectancy of a roof depends on several factors, including roof material, climate and weather, building type, and of course, your maintenance program.

    Outlined below are common roof types and their typical lifespans:

    Metal roofs— usually these roofs last 40-60-years

    Built-up roofing membranes— with proper maintenance, these alternating layers of tar and gravel roofs last 20 years or more

    Green roofs— characterized by a tough waterproof membrane covered with green plants, these roofs can last 30-50 years

    Spray-on roofing (SPF)— created with a liquid spray that expands into a foam and hardens into a solid layer, these roofs can last up to 50 years

    Thermoset EPDM membrane— made of synthetic rubber, these roofs can last up to 40 years
    Thermoplastic Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) roof membranes— these roofs can last more than 25 years
    Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) roof membranes— this relatively new roofing method is estimated to last 10-20 years

    #roofingmaintenance #roofingcompany #montereycounty #nobleprideroofing #rooflifespan #lifeexpectancy #roofingfaq
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    Roofing has a loooong and fascinating history! As you might imagine, people have needed roofs over their heads from the earliest times of human civilization.

Roofs are a key component of shelter, one of the most basic necessities for human survival. While thatch and other natural elements like leaves were used as the first roofing materials, stone and clay were utilized much earlier than you might have expected. There is archaeological evidence of clay tile and stone being used as roofing material thousands of years before the current era. Thats over 4,000 years ago!

#roofingcompany #roofingfunfacts #rooffacts #montereycounty #smallbusiness #localbusiness #roofinghistory #roofrenovation #roofrepair #roofmaintenance

    Roofing has a loooong and fascinating history! As you might imagine, people have needed roofs over their heads from the earliest times of human civilization.

    Roofs are a key component of shelter, one of the most basic necessities for human survival. While thatch and other natural elements like leaves were used as the first roofing materials, stone and clay were utilized much earlier than you might have expected. There is archaeological evidence of clay tile and stone being used as roofing material thousands of years before the current era. That's over 4,000 years ago!

    #roofingcompany #roofingfunfacts #rooffacts #montereycounty #smallbusiness #localbusiness #roofinghistory #roofrenovation #roofrepair #roofmaintenance
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    Before ripping apart your roof to install a new one, it is important to make sure your roof actually needs to be replaced.

If your roof has a leak, it doesn’t mean you need a new roof. This is a common issue, especially during the rainy season and usually its a quick fix! 

Its always a good idea to contact your local roofing contractor to take a look and determine if you need a full replacement or just repairs.

As long it’s properly installed and properly ventilated, your roof will get as close as possible to the manufacturer’s specified life span. For example, a 3-tab asphalt shingle roof’s lifespan is around 25 years. So, if your 3-tab asphalt shingle roof is only 10 years old, you shouldn’t need a replacement for at least another 12 years.

If you are questioning the lifespan or durability of your roof, call us today (831-384-3131) to set up an inspection!

    Before ripping apart your roof to install a new one, it is important to make sure your roof actually needs to be replaced.

    If your roof has a leak, it doesn’t mean you need a new roof. This is a common issue, especially during the rainy season and usually it's a quick fix!

    It's always a good idea to contact your local roofing contractor to take a look and determine if you need a full replacement or just repairs.

    As long it’s properly installed and properly ventilated, your roof will get as close as possible to the manufacturer’s specified life span. For example, a 3-tab asphalt shingle roof’s lifespan is around 25 years. So, if your 3-tab asphalt shingle roof is only 10 years old, you shouldn’t need a replacement for at least another 12 years.

    If you are questioning the lifespan or durability of your roof, call us today (831-384-3131) to set up an inspection!
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    Can you guess what the most common roof type is for homes?
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Its an asphalt roof! An asphalt roof is a roof system made primarily out of asphalt shingles and other asphalt roofing components. The reason for its popularity is simply because its the most cost-effective type of roof for the average homeowner.

    Can you guess what the most common roof type is for homes?
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    It's an asphalt roof! An asphalt roof is a roof system made primarily out of asphalt shingles and other asphalt roofing components. The reason for its popularity is simply because it's the most cost-effective type of roof for the average homeowner.
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    Below are a few helpful tips for maintaining your roof:

1. Inspect Your Shingles – Do yearly checks on your roof shingles, especially after the wild weather months. 

2. Trim Branches – If you have trees with overhanging branches, have them trimmed before the winter sets in. 

3. Unclog Your Gutters – Clogged gutters can overflow with leaves, bugs, and debris that the rain washes up instead of down. Over time, the water can damage the roof and the support beams that hold it aloft. 

4. Monitor Moss – Left to grow unhindered, moss will damage roofs of all kinds — including asphalt, wood, and concrete. Moss holds water, which can cause leaks and wood rot. It also grows between shingles and over time, it will bulk up and actually lift the shingles away from the roof, meaning water can get inside. 

5. Insulate/Ventilate –A roof that’s properly and comprehensively insulated and ventilated is less likely to be at the mercy of excess moisture, which can lead to rot. Have your attic inspected to verify that you have the right — and the right amount — of insulation.

Whether you do it yourself or call a professional, its always important to maintain your roof and check for leaks or damage. It will save you time and money!

Call Noble Pride for assistance (831-384-3131)!

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    Below are a few helpful tips for maintaining your roof:

    1. Inspect Your Shingles – Do yearly checks on your roof shingles, especially after the wild weather months.

    2. Trim Branches – If you have trees with overhanging branches, have them trimmed before the winter sets in.

    3. Unclog Your Gutters – Clogged gutters can overflow with leaves, bugs, and debris that the rain washes up instead of down. Over time, the water can damage the roof and the support beams that hold it aloft.

    4. Monitor Moss – Left to grow unhindered, moss will damage roofs of all kinds — including asphalt, wood, and concrete. Moss holds water, which can cause leaks and wood rot. It also grows between shingles and over time, it will bulk up and actually lift the shingles away from the roof, meaning water can get inside.

    5. Insulate/Ventilate –A roof that’s properly and comprehensively insulated and ventilated is less likely to be at the mercy of excess moisture, which can lead to rot. Have your attic inspected to verify that you have the right — and the right amount — of insulation.

    Whether you do it yourself or call a professional, it's always important to maintain your roof and check for leaks or damage. It will save you time and money!

    Call Noble Pride for assistance (831-384-3131)!

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