Superstrut Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Strut channel, often referred to colloquially by one of several manufacturer trade names, is a standardized formed structural system used in the construction and electrical industries for light structural support, often for supporting wiring, plumbing, or mechanical components such as air conditioning or ventilation systems.
An anonymous Home Depot customer negatively rates Metal Framing Strut Channel on the "Home Depot" website on March 19, 2019:
"I hate to see you now selling Garbage. I have been buying Uni-Strut from Home Depot for 20 years now. Always gold anodized finish, that never rusts. Now you are selling Galvanized finish Uni-Strut. Well, the fact is, I can buy galvanized uni-strut, from my electrical supply house for less. Bad Move."
Tanya Yarbrough says"#solarpanel #superstrut cut for frame by a friend with the right tools #agirlcantdoeverythingalone #lowes… https://t.co/62AiuVr6Ed"
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