Copper is the one of the ideal material for exterior items, such as a rain chains because it does not react with water and air to form rust like other metal element, which can not be toxic. Rusting can contaminate water so that it is not suitable for collection, re-use, or plant maintenance. However, since copper does not rust but rather forms a exquisite coloring pattern upon exposure to oxygen, so, the result of your chain will not affect the quality of the water and will only become more cozy over time to time.
To add a copper rain chains in exterior part of your home is a great idea to make a peaceful and functional outdoor environment where you and your whole family will enjoy and take benefit of it. or it may seem as simple as it sounds and vessels. Well, it actually is! It is a simple exterior decoration material or device that catches rain water and trickles down. They are widely used in Japan, and are making its way into American households as another added element to decor their exterior part of home or in Garden.
A series of cups that make a typical rain chain, in different designs, mostly made out of copper because of non-toxic and rusted free.
In the corners of the roof it can be hang to direct the flow of water into large barrels. In simplest form of Rain Chains, they do what downspouts do, except that they are prettier, visually pleasing and delightful. It also creates a pleasing sense of tranquility. Over time, the copper chains develop a rich, bluish-green patina. Patina is a film that is usually a bluish-green color which will be created by oxidation on the surface of the copper metal or old bronze and often esteemed as being of valuable ornament.