Tip #2: Thought­fully place gut­ters and down­spouts.

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When you de­sign your build­ings, be sure to in­clude prop­erly in­stalled gut­ters and down­spouts that’ll di­vert wa­ter to an ap­pro­pri­ate lo­ca­tion. An inch of rain on a 20-by50-foot roof can pro­duce as much as 620 gal­lons of wa­ter per year. That’s a lot of wa­ter that con­trib­utes to the mud ac­cu­mu­lat­ing at the cor­ners of your barn, arena, or loaf­ing

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