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Attractive, zen and innovative alternative to gutter downspouts

Common questions about rain chains

The right length for your rain chain depends on the distance between your gutter and where you want to direct the rainwater. We advise you to measure the distance between the bottom of your gutter and the ground (or your rainwater collection tray) and to subtract 7 centimetres corresponding to the height of the hook supplied or of a reducer.
The choice of rain chain depends on a number of factors, such as the style of your home and your aesthetic preferences, but also the climate in your region and the surface area of your roof. A large roof surface area generates a greater flow of water, which means you’ll need to opt for rain chains with wider cups to ensure good drainage. For specific recommendations, don’t hesitate to consult our team of specialists.
The choice of material depends on your aesthetic preferences and the style of your building. Copper is often appreciated for its noble appearance and the patina it acquires over time, while aluminium loses some of its shine. Stainless steel, on the other hand, is a material that does not change over the years and retains its shine. Aluminium chains are also less expensive than copper and stainless steel chains.