Owing to its natural resistance to rot, rust, and corrosion enable it to withstand moisture and years of outdoor exposure, copper is the most common material used to make rain chains. Copper Rain Chain can simply be inserted into the existing rain gutter drain hole or placed on a corner eave of the home or patio. Following this installation, rain chains guide water visibly down chains or cups from the roof to the ground. In doing so, these garden accessories transform a plain gutter downspout into a pleasing water feature.
A perfect expression of the Japanese knack for combining aesthetics and practicality, Copper Rain Chainhas been used for hundreds of years in Japan. Over time, these rain chains age naturally to a beautiful verdigrises' finish, displaying an enthralling green patina. In principle, rain chains perform the same task as standard downspouts. However, they do it in a way that brings visual pleasure and delight. When rain swirls and flows down, a mesmerising sense of motion and tranquillity is created by the rain chains.
Since over time, copper rain chains develop a rich blue-green patina, their beauty on even dry days is unsurpassed. By combining functionality with elegance and beauty in an excellent manner, Copper Rain Chain has become an integral part of any garden. In order to beautify their outdoor, homeowners can go for both simple chains and artistically designed copper chains that oxidize over time. To add to the beauty of display, Japanese often put a ceramic or stoneware pot beneath the chain. Apart from being easy to install, these garden accessories also look great and can be a great addition to a rainwater harvesting system.
As water flows through them, rain chains create an enchanting waterfall effect. Furthermore, Copper Rain Chain offers a highly attractive alternative in areas where aesthetics are crucial.