IKO Shingles – ArmourShields PLUS

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ArmourShield PLUS

One of IKO’s most popular roof shingles is the hexagonal shaped ArmourShield PLUS. Thanks to its self-adhesive characteristic it can be used all over the world, from the cold snowy winters in Russia to the hot sticky summers in Egypt.

Resistance to storm and strong winds (up to 220km/h!)

ArmourShield PLUS is a popular roof shingle in stormy areas like coastal areas or mountain ranges, thanks to its exceptional resistance to strong winds. Armourshield PLUS roof tile shingles are extensively tested in a wind tunnel and the results were impressive. All IKO shingles can easily resist winds, but ArmourShield PLUS roof shingles also can resist to strong winds up to 220km/h. Seems like the best roof shingle to install in stormy areas.

ArmourShield PLUS

One of IKO’s most popular roof shingles is the hexagonal shaped ArmourShield PLUS. Thanks to its self-adhesive characteristic it can be used all over the world, from the cold snowy winters in Russia to the hot sticky summers in Egypt.

Your advantage with this exceptional ArmourShield PLUS roof shingle:

  • Self-adhesive shingle
  • Durable APP modified bitumen
  • Can be used on steep slope roofs
  • Excellent protection against wind-driven rain and ice dams
  • Exceptional resistance to strong winds
  • More economical on low slopes (down to 15°)

23- Amazon Geen

28 - Granite Grey

20 - Tile Red

27 - Dual Brown

IKO Shingles

Brand

Iko International

IKO is a pioneer and leader in the global roofing and related products industry.

The company was founded in 1951. It first manufactured building paper and then expanded to include coated roll roofing. Its first asphalt shingle was made in 1954, and the rest, as they say, is history. The company thrived and grew, first establishing itself in eastern Canada with the opening of the Brampton, Ontario, shingle plant in 1959. Success in Brampton led to further expansion, next into the European market with the construction of a shingle plant in Ham, Belgium, in 1972. Expansion continued in Canada, with the addition of a new facility in Hawkesbury, Ontario, in 1976. IKO entered the U.S. marketplace in 1979 through various acquisitions and has since expanded its presence by building new plants across North America. The most recent plant to open was in Hillsboro, Texas and another is currently under construction in Hagerstown, Maryland. In all of its plants, IKO implements a program of continuous improvement that includes updating equipment and refining systems and processes in order to maximize efficiency and productivity, reduce waste and enhance performance and safety.

Additional information

color

20 – Tile red ultra, 23 – Amazon green ultra, 27 – Dual brown ultra, 28 – Granite grey ultra