Friday, December 17, 2010

Rain chains make recycling rainwater beautiful

Chains rain or rather chains for rain or simply rain chains have been in use in Japan for hundreds of years and are now becoming popular in the United States. The Japanese knack for combining function with form (we are talking "aesthetics" here) has made rain chains both practical and a thing of beauty for the home.

One can find rain chains in traditional designs or in a number of other designs, including buckets, cups in the shape of tulips or water lilies, fish shapes and so forth. If you were to buy a rain chain, do remember to also purchase installation hardware if they are not included. Some people would let the rainwater just flow to the ground but if you are collecting rainwater for use, you would then need a water container or some sort of water barrel or catch basin (suitable for bird baths) at the end of the rain chain.

As opposed to rainwater gushing down a downspout, rainwater cascading down a rain chain provides a different effect. Water swirling down the rain chain accompanied by the tinkling sound could present one with a visually pleasurable and delightful experience, I can imagine.

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5 comments:

  1. and they kinda make a nice decoration too. Right? :)

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  2. Rain chains is a great idea.

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  3. oh, i've not come across such things before.. but guess not suitable for our country, as this encourage the breed of mosquitoes~~ :D

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  4. That's interesting. This is "reinventing the wheel", isn't it? It's a basic idea of collecting rain water but with a beautiful twist.

    My grandparents used to collect rain water (as they lived in kampung), but the pipes that they used were basic but practical.

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  5. where can i find and buy rain chains in Klang Valley?

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