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Eavestroughs and rain water management blog

Alu-Rex: A green company focusing on recycling

Did you know? Alu-Rex cares about the environment! The following are some of the efforts made to help preserve the natural world around us.

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Our Team’s Favorite Christmas Songs

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Alu-Rex’s team would like to express their best wishes for the holidays, and invite you to enjoy this carefully assembled Christmas playlist! Continue →


The Test Phase: Key to the Quality of our Products!

JP_carnet The quality of our products is central to our work at Alu-Rex. In order to offer the best products on the market, the product development team is always hard at work racking their brains to cater to your every need. How do they get to the best products? By testing them of course! Let’s take a look at the main steps involved in the test phase.

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Alu-Rex, a historical work site

ancienne_rotonte Did you know that Alu-Rex facilities are located on a national historic site? Based in Lévis (formerly Charny), just south of Quebec City, our offices are located in the Joffre Roundhouse. Interestingly, this Roundhouse is the only remaining facility still functional in Canada.

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Marketing at Alu-Rex is our priority!

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Marketing Team

At Alu-Rex, we firmly believe in the power of inspiring and intense marketing. Every day, our team makes a priority of supporting clients in the use of their promotional tools and communication strategy.

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Inside the Alu-Rex Logo

Logo-Alu-RexAlu-Rex has proudly displayed its current logo since 2006. What does it symbolize? How did Alu-Rex build its identity around this strong image?

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Evolution of the Alu-Rex M-5200: from the Gutter Clean System to the T-Rex

T-Rex_Alu-RexThe T-Rex continuous hanger was not always named after the most dreaded dinosaur! In fact, the great M-5200 was first marketed under different names before becoming known as the most robust in the industry: the T-Rex!

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