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BV001888

06:04AM | 08/23/13
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I am looking for a rain guard which would stop rain from entering my upstairs windows when they are slightly open.

My house has long dormers front and back and these do not have gutters because they drain backwards towards the centre of the house.

This means there is nothing above the upstairs windows to prevent the rain from coming in when they are even slightly open if it is falling at any angle other than vertical.

I could fit gutters even though they are not necessary for water collection from the roof, but I wondered if there is any purpose made cover or shield that I could use that would screw on to the boards above the windows.

BV001643

06:29PM | 08/23/13
close your windows when it rains or build an over hang/canopy to go over the windows. But they you compromise the design/look of your home.
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