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When looking for a product that can stand up to increasingly extreme weather conditions, North Americans are embracing IKO Dynasty, with its ArmourZone protection.
When a severe storm damaged his roof, this homeowner looked no further than his neighbor's recently replaced roof and its high-performing IKO Nordic shingle.
With ArmourZone, a reinforced tear-resistant nailing surface engineered to provide superior protecion against wind uplift, and a Class-4 Impact Resistance rating against hail, IKO Nordic has become the go-to performance shingle for roofers and homeowners across North America.
When you have freezing winters and boiling summers, you need a shingle that can handle anything you throw at it. Tried and true in the industry, IKO Dynasty with ArmourZone delivers that.
In the face of North America's increasingly extreme weather conditions, IKO Dynasty with ArmourZone is there when you need it most, providing peace of mind and shelter from the storm.
As the number of severe weather events increase, local roofing codes have changed. IKO EdgeSeal and GoldSeam help to waterproof roofs, meet local roofing codes and increase the home's ability to withstand extreme wind loads.
High performance brings peace of mind for both contractors and homeowners. IKO's Nordic and Dynasty performance shingles confidently stand up to strong winds and increasingly devastating weather.
In this video, Noe Madrigal from Above the Rest Roofing describes how after a huge windstorm, he went to check up on a roof his team had installed the weekend prior.
Cambridge Cool Colors were developed to comply with California's Title 24 six part environmental standards. These shingles are designed to reflect solar radiation, keeping the attic area cooler and helping to reduce home energy costs.
IKO Dynasty with ArmourZone is designed to resist 130mph winds with only four nails. The Dynasty Demo simulates wind uplift to test resistance against competitive shingles.