I am homeowner and got into trouble with iko shingles. The roofing sub that installed them 4 years ago did not nail them right on the white line shingles have, some nails are half or quarter of the inch away. Every strong wind a few shingles get blown away. Ceiling gets stained.
Sub said it is bad shingles.
I looked at iko.com website and call their primary installer in the area (one of two within 20 miles). He called back and said he does not install IKO anymore because of getting into trouble with those shingles.
Any ideas what to do besides redoing the whole roof (no Iko shingles this time)?
I am worry that with real strong wind not only the area which is exposed to the typical wind (and lost shingles so far), but the whole roof would fly away.
Iko warranty is a major hassle: I need to send them 2 full shingles and a bunch of pictures, but usually a shingle gets broken when it gets flown away. Why not just stop by my roof and see the miserable state it is in?
And I know what they would tell me: nailing is not on the line …
What a mess! Any ideas for help?