Easy to install. Simply attach gutter clip to gutter and hang the rain chain on clip
Made for a Lifetime guarantee
Statement decor piece replaces traditional rain downspout
Helps guide rain and flow from rooftop to ground
Copper develops beautiful patina over time
Chains should be taken down during freezing temperatures
Handcrafted and durably made to last
Heirloom quality piece includes lifetime warranty
Please note: Drainage system recommended. Matching copper catch basin not included with purchase, but can be purchased with optional checkbox above with purchase of rain chain or can be found separately. Other drainage systems can be created to catch or direct flow of water
Rain chains measure 8.5 feet when fully extended
One rain chain, one gutter installation clip
Bluebell: 3" x 3" x 102"; Pineapple: 4" x 4" x 102"; Fish: 4" x 4" x 102"; Umbrella: 6" x 6" x 102"; Single Link: 2.5" x 2.5" x 102"; Double Link: 6" x 6" x 102"
Make a house-proud statement · Handcrafted in India · Lifetime warranty, heirloom-quality
A rain chain is an instant upgrade to a typical gutter downspout that directs rainwater to move gracefully down the channels. Based on traditional Japanese rain chains, it is handcrafted in India entirely from copper that will patina over time and is guaranteed to last a lifetime.
Good Directions weathervanes and rain chains are a well-made way to make your home shine. Michael Lodato is leading this family business started by his dad, John, in 1982. He believes that since we spend so much time at home, we should make it feel extra special. And Good Directions heirloom-quality copper pieces do just that—both outdoors and inside.
The weathervanes are based on original sketches by American artists and handcrafted in India. They come in classic motifs featuring horses, ships and more. A weathervane sculpture delivers the same visual impact but is scaled for indoor spaces like a mantle or tabletop.
Good Directions looked to Japanese tradition to inspire their rain chains and basins. These provide an instant upgrade to the typical gutter downspout and have been common in Japan for hundreds of years.
The copper pieces will develop a patina over time, which only adds to their character. And a lifetime guarantee means you can enjoy them for years to come.