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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Rain Chain



I have never heard of rain chains until a family friend who was visiting from Colorado talked about what he just purchased online. Rain chains are an ancient Japanese tradition that is an alternative to traditional, clunky drainpipes. It routes roof water during a downpour into the rain chain that does it with a Zen-like attitude.


Rain chain creates the appearance of a column of water and when water cascades down it sound just as lovely as the way they look. The water passes through the chain’s funnels and creates a soft sound. Rain gutter chain has other benefits than just a decorative piece, they can be used to conserve water by placing a nice container below the chain and collect the water and use it to care for your garden and yard plants. It can also direct water away from your house keeping the walls of your house from discoloration and water line marks.


The Arts & Crafts Square Cup Rain Chain is very pretty. It guides rain water visibly down the cups from the roof to the ground. They are made of thick copper so they last a long time. The rain chain includes a gutter attachment piece of easy installation. . It is easily attached with the included gutter clip and hangs a generous 8 ½ feet long.



I fell in love with the look of the Umbrella Rain Chain. It is a classic design that provides a beautiful and functional alternative to traditional, closed gutter downspouts.




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Submitted by Chay for TSS


3 comments:

  1. They are pretty ! If we only get a lot of rain here in CA, I would have Jeff install these decorative rain chains to replace our drain pipes.

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  2. oh, this is so pretty Chay, never heard of rain chain also, I thought it is for tire to make it less slippery like snow chain :) I was thinking "why would tires need it anyway in a rain?" thanks for this info, and yes, if we only have more rain here in CA, would love to have this at home too.

    thanks for sharing this Chay, have a happy Valentine to you and Jeff, and Jack and Christine.

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  3. It routes roof water during a downpour into the rain chain that does it with a Zen-like attitude.umbrella

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