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Rain gutter killer: hailstorm

Credit: State Farm Broken windshields undoubtedly constitute the most visible kind of damage as a result of a hailstorm, which is still nothing when looking at these 2-inch (50 mm) hailstones that can destroy entire crops.

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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, […]

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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 […]

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A Homeowner’s Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Autumn

Canadian homeowners are too often hostages to their own homes a few weekends per year, overwhelmed by a plethora of issues caused by the changing seasons. Dead leaves, winds, the cold weather and heavy rains all provide frustrating experiences that can cause a range of problems and headaches for those who only wish to enjoy […]

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Carefree Gutters (Almost)!

At Alu-Rex, we firmly believe in the quality of our products, which is why we offer a lifetime warranty on the durability of the T-Rex® continuous hanger and the T-Rex® XL continuous hangerTM. Alu-Rex provides you with the best gutter warranty on the market. With the T-Rex® continuous hanger, your gutters will remain clog-free and […]

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Use the T-Rex Access Panel for Peace of Mind

Under extremely dense vegetation cover, the gutter cleaning cycle takes place in fast motion. Homes located near centuries old trees or chalets in the woods are most likely to have clogging problems. Needles, samaras, moss, bark, sap, sand and dust are all part of a long list of potential ingredients that can clog your gutters.

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