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For more than 60 years, IKO’s family-owned business has been a consistent and reliable source of the highest-quality roofing products with a foundation built upon craftsmanship, innovation and quality. IKO® originated in Canada and is one of the world’s largest roofing companies with 25 manufacturing plants throughout North America and Europe including one in Hillsboro, Texas.
Cambridge™ Limited Lifetime Architectural Shingles from IKO® are one of the heaviest shingles on the market with more weather-grade asphalt to keep your roof drier. As one of the most popular shingles among homeowners and roofing contractors alike, IKO’s advanced color blend technology means Cambridge™ shingles are available in a wide range of colors. With deep shadow bands and a natural wood shakes look, Cambridge™ shingles provide a long-lasting, high-end look at an affordable price. The algae-resistant granules keep your roof looking new by preventing black stains and discoloration caused by blue-green algae growth. IKO Fastlock™ sealant strips ensure maximum weather protection by getting extra-tacky in the sun, creating a strong bond and preventing wind uplift, blow-off and water penetration. Plus, Cambridge™ shingles are larger than metric shingles which means they go on faster with less labor and less nails and have printed nail lines to ensure the installers are positioning and fastening the shingles correctly. Plus, unlike comparable competitor products, a square is a full square (3 bundles = a full 100 square feet).