FAQ

Why is the Rhino Carbon Fiber system the only system that attached to both the foundation base and house framing?

Most carbon fiber systems were designed years ago and never factored in the problems they have encountered. These problems include necktie attachment failure to the framing and foundation walls moving below the bottom of the carbon fiber. Instead of fixing their products, the competition has adjusted the warranties to exclude movement at the top or bottom. Now that the Rhino Carbon Fiber® system has a patent on this attachment, it looks like the competition will have to continue on the same path.

Why is the Rhino Carbon Fiber system the only system that attached to both the foundation base and house framing?

Most carbon fiber systems were designed years ago and never factored in the problems they have encountered. These problems include necktie attachment failure to the framing and foundation walls moving below the bottom of the carbon fiber. Instead of fixing their products, the competition has adjusted the warranties to exclude movement at the top or bottom. Now that the Rhino Carbon Fiber® system has a patent on this attachment, it looks like the competition will have to continue on the same path.

Why is the Rhino Carbon Fiber system the only system that attached to both the foundation base and house framing?

Most carbon fiber systems were designed years ago and never factored in the problems they have encountered. These problems include necktie attachment failure to the framing and foundation walls moving below the bottom of the carbon fiber. Instead of fixing their products, the competition has adjusted the warranties to exclude movement at the top or bottom. Now that the Rhino Carbon Fiber® system has a patent on this attachment, it looks like the competition will have to continue on the same path.

Why is the Rhino Carbon Fiber system the only system that attached to both the foundation base and house framing?

Most carbon fiber systems were designed years ago and never factored in the problems they have encountered. These problems include necktie attachment failure to the framing and foundation walls moving below the bottom of the carbon fiber. Instead of fixing their products, the competition has adjusted the warranties to exclude movement at the top or bottom. Now that the Rhino Carbon Fiber® system has a patent on this attachment, it looks like the competition will have to continue on the same path.