Roofing Shingles – FINAL RESULTS pull test – IKO, MALARKEY, BP, OC, PABCO, ATLAS, CT, TAMKO
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In this video we concluded the pull test with 8 of the most popular shingles in the roofing industry (besides the one that doesn’t want to show up). Here are the final results of the test (nailing zone):
1st/2nd place: Owens Corning Roofing Duration (72)
1st/2nd place: IKO Roofing dynasty (71)
3rd: PABCO Roofing Products (52)
4th: Atlas Roofing – Shingles (49)
5th: CertainTeed Landmark (32)
6th: Malarkey Roofing Products (37)
7th: BP (28)
8th: TAMKO Building Products heritage (26)
We understand that this test isn’t perfect, however we did test each shingle multiple times and in the general nailing zone as well as the common bond.
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