Roofing systems may do better with rain gutters than without

03/18/2013 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

A Pennsylvania homebuilder builds Colonial-reproduction homes and doesn't include rain gutters, because they weren't part of the original houses. The gutters are sometimes omitted from houses built in cold climates because they can be weighed down by ice and snow, said Tom Bollnow from the National Roofing Contractors Association. However, "It's easier to control water with gutters than without," Bollnow said.

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