Residential Roofing

Iko Residential Roofing Shingles

The right roofing can boost the curb appeal of any style of home, from rustic to urban, colonial to contemporary. You’ll find the perfect asphalt roofing shingles for yours in one of IKO’s collections: Designer, Performance, Architectural or Traditional.

IKO Document Library

This section puts a wealth of knowledge that Major League Roofing has accumulated over the years right at your fingertips. It’s easy to navigate and it’s sure to become a trusted resource for you and your team.

IKO Color Selection

The first step in selecting the right roofing shingle is to pick a color that harmonizes with exterior elements, such as siding and trim

Additional Residential Roofing Shingles

Certainteed is another top-tier shingle manufacturer. Founded in 1904, they lead the way in developing innovative and sustainable building products, from roofing to insulation and siding.

GAF is one of the industry’s top-tier asphalt shingle manufacturers — and the leading roofing manufacturer in North America today. Established in 1886, GAF roofs cover one in four homes in the U.S. They offer high-quality 3-tab, designer, and architectural roofing shingles. If you’re in a high-wind area, try the Timberline HDZ shingles, which have the industry’s widest nail zone, for extra strength. GAF is the founder of the Certified Green Roofer program to encourage recycling of asphalt shingles and provide specialized recycling training for contractors.

Owens Corning

Another of the industry’s top-tier shingles manufacturers, Owens Corning operates in 33 countries as a global leader in building and industrial materials. They’ve been a Fortune 500 company for 66 years and were the 2020 winner of the Women’s Choice Award, America’s Most Recommended Roofing Product. Owens Corning has a wide range of shingles for every budget. Their Oakridge and Duration lines of asphalt shingles are known for their curb appeal. You can find Energy Star certified options in both lines. Committed to sustainability, Owens Corning publishes a sustainability report each year to highlight its progress in environmental, social, and governance commitments.


Malarkey is a family company that tries to uphold the core values it was founded on in 1956: service and integrity. Their Alaskan shingle deserves a mention. It was the first SBS polymer modified roofing shingle, the first to meet the 110 mph Miami-Dade building code requirement for wind, and the first 3M Algae Block shingle. In 1985, Malarkey received the State of Oregon’s Governor’s Award for Outstanding Achievement in Energy Conservation.

Atlas was founded in 1982 to drive Accountability, Talent, Leadership, Agility, and Sustainability in the roofing industry. Their mission is to be different, unique, innovative, and accessible.

Atlas’ StormMaster shingles are designed to withstand extreme weather. These shingles are stronger than many other shingles, designed to withstand impact, winds, and cold.

Atlas has an 8-point environmental policy statement that expresses their commitment to compliance and sound environmental practices in its business decisions.


TAMKO introduced their first shingle in 1944. Since the 1980s, they’ve run a Continuous Improvement program that aims to drive out variation and waste from their processes and products. TAMKO’s big focus is on curb appeal. Their shingles have vivid colors and style that you won’t always get from other manufacturers.