Characteristics of the T-Rex continuous hanger and gutter protection system from Alu-Rex





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Published on Jan 24, 2011

The T-Rex allows for durable and debris-free gutters. Designed for new gutters, it is used both as a fastening system for gutters and as a leaf guard. This reliable and efficient gutter protection system has been installed on more than one million homes and comes with a 40-year clog-free warranty.

Closes gutters and prevents debris from collecting inside the eavestrough
While traditional gutters are open and tend to allow leaves and debris to collect inside, gutters equipped with the T-Rex are closed. As a result, debris remains on top of the gutter and is eventually blown away by the wind. Gutters are thus free of leaves and won’t get clogged. Clogged gutters often lead to water infiltration in the roof or leaks in the foundations as water tends to rise onto the roof or fall near the foundations when it is not drained efficiently. Thanks to the T Rex, you can solve this problem for good!

Increases the strength of the gutter
Alu-Rex’s T-Rex is both a gutter guard and a continuous hanger. Rather than installing gutters using nails or hangers, the T-Rex acts as a fastening system. The gutter is thus supported along the entire length instead of every 12” to 15”. This in turn makes gutters more durable and provides more protection against damage caused by ice and snow. Moreover, as the latter remain on top of the gutter protection system, the gutter does not get bent out of shape during freeze/thaw activity.

Drains water efficiently during rainstorms without overflowing
The T-Rex is equipped with perforated holes that provide the perfect balance between efficient water drainage and protection against debris. Even during the most severe rainstorms, the T Rex ensures that water drains smoothly.

For more information on the T-Rex or to consult the results of independent testing performed on the T-Rex, visit www.alu-rex.com.


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