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IRPRVI specializes in single layer roof systems. For eight years, we have been installing and servicing commercial and industrial roofing systems with waterproofing membrane. With the success achieved at the commercial level, we offer the same quality service at the residential level. Our experience in roofing membranes offers a quality finish and solutions with proven techniques of high value to our customers. In addition, our commitment to our customers includes offering the best product and labor in the market, making us the best option in the Caribbean.
TPO roofing systems are the best in the market, as they offer flexibility, versatility and high performance. TPO is not a ceiling seal based on paints, but is the membrane roofing system tough and durable commercial. It is the fastest growing roof waterproofing system and is at the forefront of roof engineering. It is designed for superior long-term performance and offers the additional benefit of being eco friendly to the environment, since it does not use chemicals. Those who have used and installed it find that their advanced reflectivity fits perfectly with roofing solutions to maintain a cooler property, which helps keep their storage facilities, warehouses and work environments more attractive.
TPO membranes are a fusion of components such as polypropylene and ethylene propylene rubber, which cause the most resistant membrane on the market. They are available in white and gray, with white being the most popular for its high reflectivity. TPO comes in a variety of thicknesses and pricing options, suitable to meet the needs of the client's budget. TPO offers a UV resistant capacity, as it repels almost 87% of the sun's rays which reduces cooling costs in air-conditioned installations.
TPO also offers excellent wind resistance and comes with a warranty of up to 20 years. The seam technology welded with heat, not flame, forms a waterproof monolithic membrane roof seam for optimal resistance and leak prevention. Large TPO sheets, up to 12 feet wide, are quickly installed so you can continue serving your business or enjoy your residence. IRPRVI currently uses one of the best TPO manufacturers, Carlisle SynTec.
Thermoplastic Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is a roof membrane with incredible benefits. Customers who have installed it invariably discover that it is a profitable long-term solution. From an environmental perspective, it is difficult to overcome a vivid green roof solution. With its Energy Star classification and its highly reflective and recyclable single layer material, PVC is the obvious choice for green roofing systems. In addition, with excellent reimbursements on the ceiling and LEED credit rating, the benefits continue to add. From a durability perspective, oil, grease and chemicals do not like the highly resistant surface of PVC, and it is incredibly easy to repair and maintain.
PVC is a solid option for restaurants, airports and commercial facilities with problems of grease, oil and chemicals, and environments that experience dilute acid effluents. White reflective PVC roof panels have a surface that provides a cooling effect that homeowners want to provide energy savings in warmer climates. It has been tested in the industry for more than 20 years and now meets the strictest codes in a wide variety of climates.
Simply put, PVC is designed to stand the test of time. Durable, but flexible, PVC is an ideal solution for long-term roofs, available with fleece lining and different thicknesses. The thicker the membrane, the greater its resistance to breakage, seepage, water absorption and weathering. Manufactured to strict standards, the PVC membrane comes with plasticizing adhesive agents, polyester reinforcement and UV protectors.
Thermoplastic polyvinyl chloride membrane has a very economical commercial cost compared to other roofing membranes. As mentioned, PVC retains a high reflectivity value over time, offering continuous energy efficiency and optimal solar reflectance index (SRI). Roofs that are often exposed to grease or chemicals, such as restaurants and food processing facilities, benefit from the protection provided by a PVC roofing system. Puncture resistance and strong seam bonding provide excellent protection against waterproofing.
For more than 40 years, EPDM has been one of the most used roofing materials on the market. Both architects, developers and engineers continue to specify EPDM as a high performance and energy efficient roofing system. Proven performance even in the most difficult weather conditions, such as in the Caribbean, has made EPDM a reliable and versatile option. With built-in UV protection and thermal shock durability, the sun that falls on your business or residence cannot penetrate it. It should be noted that the EPDM system is also ozone resistant. Not only does it resist the deterioration of the passing of time, of hurricane winds, but it has a guarantee of up to 30 years. EPDM has superior tensile strength and, when it is time to replace it, offers a fully recyclable membrane. If you need a repair it is easy and quick to replace.
EPDM is a synthetic rubber elastomer, manufactured for strength and flexibility. It also provides an impermeable surface that does not pollute the natural flow of rainwater, making it an ecological roofing option and allowing you to collect rainwater for use. In addition, EPDM is fire resistant, recyclable and economical. Having it could increase the value of your property. EPDM's ability to withstand all kinds of weather conditions makes it stand out in places that experience large temperature fluctuations or extremely hot temperatures.
EPDM resists ozone deterioration and offers one of the highest tensile strengths of any membrane in the industry. It is one of the most aesthetic treatments that exist. EPDM is available in a variety of thicknesses and provides a smooth and aesthetically pleasing finish. The color black is a more requested option. In fact, a professionally installed high-quality EPDM roof can last up to 40 years with regularly scheduled maintenance.
Coatings are installed on metal, concrete, single layer membrane and built-in roof (BUR) systems. For many building owners, these coatings are an affordable way to protect the integrity of their low slope roofs. The rubber-like components of elastomeric coatings expand when heated in the summer sun and return to their original state as they cool after sunset. This intrinsic "memory" reduces the risk of hardening and cracking, so your roof lasts longer.
Multilevel metal roofs have been one of the favorite roofs for commercial and industrial buildings due to their reliability against weather conditions. Some of the additional benefits of this option is to offer excellent durability, metal ceilings can extend the life cycle of your roofing system, offer a visually attractive exterior for your facilities and do not require much maintenance. The success of metal roofs depends on the efficiency when installing them. Our installation professionals are highly trained in the replacement of metal roofs.
Metal roofs are known for their extreme reliability under varying climatic conditions. Some metal roofs can even withstand gusts of wind up to 140 mph. They will not corrode or crack, and depending on the metal you choose, they may be impact resistant. The initial cost of replacing metal roofs may be higher than other types of roofs, but in the long run, you can save money with lower maintenance costs and an extended life cycle. Unlike the metal roofs of the 1970s, today's metal roofs can last up to 35 years. This extended life cycle benefits the environment by decreasing the demand for natural resources and the energy required to extract, manufacture and replace an alternative system after only 10 to 15 years. As an additional benefit, metal roofs are recyclable and reflect the strong solar rays and heat of the installation, which reduces indoor climate control costs. With a variety of colors and styles, the design possibilities of the metal roof are endless.