What is a rain chain?

Rain chains are a beautiful alternative for the traditional downspouts. Rain chains allow water to glide visibly down chains or varies style of cups from the roof to the ground. Rain chains transform a typical downspout into a pleasing water feature. Not only is it satisfying to see but a treat to listen to.

Seamless Gutters USA, have a variety of styles to choose from. Incorporating both cubs, links and even hybrid styles. We offer many materials to choose from including copper, brass and aluminum. 

Installation is very simple and uses the same hole and attachment piece  in which a typical downspout would be located. Our installation kit also provides with a outlet tube, preventing any water from creeping along the side of the gutter and dripping off.

 

Why choose rain chins?

  • Rain chains allows your house to have a more sophisticated look.
  • They do the function of a downspout and also creates a decoration in your home.
  • Variety of materials and styles from you to choose from. 

 

A poorly designed or improperly installed gutter downspout may trap debris, particularly at the entry or exit points, blocking the natural flow of water and causing water to dam in the gutter – and trap more debris. The result is the clogging of the gutter that is often blamed on leaves and twigs.

Allow the insides of the gutters to dry out, and brush leakingseams clean. Apply silicone or special gutter caulking compound along the seams on the inside and outside to seal the leaks, as shown above. Patch small holes with roofing cement. Use a putty knife to spread the cement generously around the hole.

Watch for these signs that you need new gutters to know when the time for gutter replacement is getting near.
  1. Cracks and Splits. …
  2. Peeling Paint. …
  3. Orange Areas or Rust. …
  4. Water and Mildew around the Foundation. …
  5. Water Damage around or beneath the Gutters. …
  6. Sagging Gutters. …
Here are Clean Pro Gutter Cleaning’s Top 5 home problems that can be caused by clogged gutters:
  • Roof Damage. …
  • Wood Fascia Damage. …
  • Damage to Walls, Windows, Doors and Patios. …
  • Damage to Foundations and Landscaping. …
  • Slip and Fall.

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