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 Ridge Cap Shingles or an IKO approved equivalent is required to meet the terms of the IKO Limited Warranty.

Hip and RidgeTM

Hip and Ridge is a perforated 4 piece traditional hip and ridge shingle. Now in colours that pair with our most popular laminated shingles, it installs easily by simply bending and nailing in place. As an optional feature, double stack the shingle pieces to provide a visually thicker ridge line.

Hip & Ridge 12TM

This imperial sized shingle is perforated and tapered into 3 pieces. Now in colours that pair with our most popular laminated shingles, it installs 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.

Hip & Ridge PlusTM

This shingle is perforated and tapered into 3 equal pieces. Now in colours that pair with our most popular laminated shingles, it installs 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

If you desire a high profile ridge cap shingle to match your premium IKO roof, you should definitely consider UltraHP. Pre-formed in a ridge cap shape, UltraHP boldly frames your roof with depth and texture.

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

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