Do all homes need rain gutters?
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How to care for a dogwood tree?
How to get rid of termites?
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Best way to kill bush/tree after being cut down?
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I live in Tampa area and during the rainy seasons, we get a ton of water. Several areas north of Tampa are prone to sink hole activity. Also, north and west of Tampa land that once was swampland is now rich with residential communities (some with poor grading) . I would always recommend getting gutters, a cheap investment to save the permeter of your home from getting a ton of water dumped around it. Basement and concrete slab or not. In my opinion. Especially if its going right into your landscaping beds and over flooding your plants, situational, I suppose.
Just had to look this up, here is an interesting link, kind of a guide to the issue of gutters: