Almost every steep sloped roof will have a ridge at the top of the roof where different sides of the roof meet.

Many roof designs also have sloped ridges (hips) where roof planes meet an angle. Ridge cap shingles are used in these locations to provide a complete watershedding system starting right where raindrops first meet your shingles. The use of IKO Cap Shingles or an IKO approved equivalent is required to meet the terms of the IKO Limited Warranty.

Hip & Ridge 12TM/Hip & Ridge Class 4

These imperial sized shingles are perforated and tapered into 3 pieces. Now in colors that pair with our most popular laminated shingles and impact resistance rated performance shingles. They install easily by simply bending and nailing in place. As an optional feature, merely double stack the shingle pieces to provide a visually thicker ridge line.

IKO UltraHP®/UltraHP® IR

Our specially constructed ridge cap shingles are designed to provide a high-quality alternative to using cut-up roof shingles to protect this important area. The “HP” stands for “High Profile”, which means that they’re also designed to add dimension, depth and texture to your roof line and rakes.

This video explains how the different Hip & Ridge shingles should be installed.

Location set to view all.

IKO manufactures products for specific areas in North America.
To ensure we feature the products available in your area, please select your country and state/province.
NOTE: Not all products featured will be available in your area.