Classic entry level dimensional shingle that is often found at a bargain price. Slightly different cut's that you see on other domestic shingle tabs.
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It’s obvious the reviewer doesn’t know as much as they should. It is a much thicker shingle than the others not thinner. Also it’s Iron Clad period is 15 years where other manufacturers are 10 years. Please do better research!
I was blown away with how my roof look! Not to mention how it stood up to the recent hail storms here in Texas. I’m not sure what the last reviewer is talking about regarding weight? My contractor literally sold me on Cambridge by demonstrating Cambridge weight and size compared to numerous competitors. IKO Cambridge was by far the largest and heaviest. I would recommend to anyone.
These shingles really are bottom of the barrel for architectural designed shingles. They are flimsy, lightweight, tear easily. Add to this the lack of enough sealant on the back of these shingles, and you have a blow off waiting to happen. They are however, easier on the wallet than most brands but you do get what you pay for.
You opinion is baseless. 1st IKO has a 40in width where all other shingles in this class have a 39in width accept for Atlas Pinnacle which is a 42in. 2nd IKO has the highest weight per bundle of all manufacturers. I own a Restoration company an 80 to 90% of our business is roofing. We use IKO and Atlas. Funny Atlas which by the way is also a great product costs almost $20 more per square than IKO yet has a shorter out of wrapper warranty. IKO has the longest out of wrapper warranty for any shingle. Also the highest weight per shingle. So what you are saying is just plainly inaccurate and false.
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