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Rain Mover is a Fiber Filter Gutter Protection System

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The system Rain Mover gutter protection is a unique PET fiber filter that installs along the gutter line and over the hangers or spikes.

| November 8, 2013

Rain Mover gutter protection is a unique PET fiber filter that installs along the gutter line and over the hangers or spikes. The design is manufactured from 100% recycled plastic fiber.

Rain Mover prevents leaves and debris from clogging the gutter and eliminates Mosquitoes and other bugs from infesting them. Gutters are a primary place around the home where Mosquitoes breed, so eliminating them goes a long way to providing a healthy outdoor environment. Rain control through the Gutter System also improves the quality of ground pest control applications, manufacturer Eco Filter Technologies reports.

Rain Mover is easily installed; comes with a peel-and-seal adhesive that allows it to be fixed tightly to the back of the gutter or fascia. The tapered front is tucked tightly under the lip for a secure tight fit. This allows it to withstand the weight of winter snow and ice without diminishing its filtering capability.

For more information visit http://www.rainmover.com/.
 

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