Treat Yourselves With Personalized Marketing Tools!
Wintertime presents eavestroughers with the perfect opportunity to take a step back to take stock of the past year, and re-evaluate the strategies and promotional tools used. Continue →
How To Estimate The Cost of Eavestrough Work With Google Maps?
Several tools now allow gutter installers to estimate the dimensions of a project, thus quickly allowing them to give an approximation of the cost of the work to their customers.
The simplest method comes from Google Maps, a platform used regularly, and familiar to many. Continue →
How to Build Your Own Outdoor Rink in a Single Day!
Are you looking for a new way to get your children to play outside during the winter season? Have you ever thought of designing and building your own outdoor rink?
Follow the steps below and you will have an ice rink in your backyard in less than 24 hours, not to mention tons of fun with the whole family.
T-Rex Performance Timelapse: Behind the Scenes
The Alu-Rex marketing team spent several months creating a video that shows the various water, debris and ice drainage cycles of the T-Rex® continuous hangerMC. We are pleased to announce that the result speaks for itself: the product successfully protects gutters from even the worst weather. It is always surprising how many hours of work, and how much trial and error, are required for just a few minutes of video. Continue →
Our Team’s Favorite Christmas Songs
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 →
Should I Opt For A Heavy Gauge Eavestrough?
My installer recommended I get a 0.021-inch gutter, and told me the regular gauge won’t stand up to Canadian winters. What should I choose?
What Is The Purpose of a Water Test?
Rain gutter installed with T-Rex continuous hanger.
Following the installation, or during the inspection of eavestroughs, testing the system is key if you wish to ensure that your gutters work properly and avoid potential headaches.
Prevent vermin from entering your home this fall
Now that the cold weather is fast approaching, we love to take refuge in the comfort of our own home. But we’re not the only ones! Indeed, unwanted critters sometimes want to be able to enjoy the warmth of our home too. Before you need to call pest control, start with prevention. Here is a short vermin-proof guide designed to help you see things more clearly. Continue →
How to Prevent Ice Dams in Your Gutter System
Over the course of a full Canadian winter, ice and snow buildups inside a home’s eavestroughs can range from light snow drifts to thick and compact ice blocks, putting the integrity of the whole system in jeopardy. Continue →
Plants and Shrubs: Things you Should do this Fall
Fall often means outdoor work. As a homeowner, you probably want to make the most of the last remaining days before winter sets in to do maintenance work on your property. What should you do with plants and shrubs? Here’s a useful list that is sure to help you. Get your gloves and trowel!