Ongoing, preventative roof maintenance is key to:

1) Help you protect the investment you've already made in your roof.

2) Keep your manufacturer's warranty intact. Neglected roofs are subjected to moisture which will cause damage and shorten the life expectancy of your roofing system.

At HRC Network we strive to find potential roof defects before they become a problem.  Our roofing experts can inspect, analyze, diagnose and provide professional reports detailing the conditions of your roofing system, in order to detect and correct any current defects and/or potential problems.


Most roofing companies want to talk about replacing your roof. In many cases, we want to talk to you about restoring your roof first.

Often times, depending on the condition of the roof, we can help clients extend the life of their roof through our roof restoration services, before they bite off the cost of a full roof replacement. Because of HRC Network's restoration experience, skilled employees and ongoing training, we have the confidence in our roof restoration services to stand by our restoration work and warranty it for up to 5 years.

The average life for a roof in Texas, for example, is 13 years. We can extend your roof's life expectancy by 5 years or more.


Built-up roof systems consist of multiple layers of felts, fabrics, or mats that are saturated with a bitumen, either asphalt or coal tar pitch. The surface of the roof can have a gravel application, a mineral cap sheet or a weather resistant coating to help protect the bitumen and felts from premature weathering. Built-up roofs are one of the oldest low slope roof systems that are still applied to commercial roofs today.


Composed of asphalt and reinforced with either polyester or fiberglass, modified bitumen roofs are a blend of traditional and modern roofing technologies. Two different polymers are used to modify the membrane and impart greater elasticity and temperature flexibility. Since polyester fiberglass fortifies the roof system, it exhibits more strength and resistance to punctures and is typically installed in various layers to provide a multi-tier protection system from water, extreme temperatures and wind uplift.

Modified Bitumen roof systems are typically installed as a 2-ply system and almost always installed fully adhered using several different methods. Some are installed using hot asphalt, self adhesives or cold adhesives, while others are installed using the torch method. HRC professionals will assess your roof and suggest the best application method for your facility.

Advantages to a modified bitumen roof system include: proven history, tough and durable roof, easily maintained, high resistance to roof-top traffic, high puncture and tear resistance.


Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) and Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) are thermoplastic roof systems that are both white and highly reflective roof membranes. These roofs provide excellent weathering attributes and are highly resistant to ultraviolet light and most chemicals. The membranes have a reinforced scrim and are puncture and tear resistant. TPO roofs have outstanding seam strength because sheets are welded together using hot air. These types of roof systems are light weight and well suited for roof-over applications.

TPO and PVC roof systems are typically installed in one of two ways:

1) Mechanically attached – the roof membrane is affixed to the structural deck with mechanical fasteners.

2) Fully adhered – the membrane is bonded directly to affixed insulation board or other roofing membrane.


Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) is a dimensionally stable membrane that can withstand and resist almost any type of nature-born stress. This single-ply roof membrane, also commonly referred to as a rubber roof system, utilizes carbon black as its molecular backbone which enables it to take on characteristics such as the ability to expand up to 300% yet retain 100% structural memory. EPDM has an excellent weathering resistance and serves as a superb roof over application. Despite its considerable technical and life span advantages, EPDM compares very well to traditional materials as well as in price.

EPDM Roof systems are typically installed in one of three methods:

1) Mechanically attached – In this application, the roof membrane is affixed to the structural deck utilizing mechanical anchors.

2) Fully adhered – This system is applied by bonding the membrane directly to the affixed insulation board or other roofing membrane substrate.

3) Ballasted – Using large sheets and 10-12 pounds of rock ballast per square foot to hold the membrane in place, this process requires a structural engineer's approval.


Roof Coatings are an outstanding alternative when a full roof replacement is not required. Coatings can extend the life of a roof and provide a highly reflective surface that may lower roof surface temperatures, and ultimately reduce energy costs. Additionally, coatings provide a monolithic application that can form to irregular roof surfaces, as well as seal cracks and splits in the roof surface.

Our roof coating system is a sustainable, lightweight application that is both self flashing and provides a continuous membrane that seals seams and eliminates leaks. This product is highly reflective, durable, and has excellent weathering capabilities. Once applied, it forms a seamless, watertight seal over the entire roof, including vents, flashings and protrusions.

Elastomeric Coatings can be applied over existing roofs such as modified bitumen, single ply membranes, and metal roofs in about half the time that a new roof installation requires and at a fraction of the cost.

At HRC Network, our roof coatings technicians are the best in the business. We offer a variety of colors to fit your taste, and can add granules to the top coat finish which gives added resistance to weather and foot traffic.


Gutters play a critical role in keeping your roof working efficiently. In both residential and commercial roofing, the gutter is designed to catch runoff from your roof and carry it away from the exterior of the building. Keeping water away helps protect your building's foundation, siding, windows and doors. Excess water drainage or standing water may contribute to shifting foundations, rotting wood, mold, mildew and other damaging conditions.

Every type of building is unique and therefore needs a tailor-made plan for gutters in order to ensure maximum effectiveness. Our team of professional roofers provides detailed information about your specific location and offers a selection of quality gutter systems in a variety of colors.