While the traditional way to carry water from the gutter to the ground is by using downspouts, sometimes that is not a feasible part of a custom designed gutter system. Beautifully custom designed homes deserve equally aesthetically pleasing solutions for functional gutter systems to protect your home.
This is where the rain chains that Alabama Gutter Company offer come into play. They serve the same basic function as traditional downspouts, directing excess rainwater from the roof to the ground, but do it with an artistic flair. But what are the reasons you might want to consider using them? Here are the key benefits...
Rain chains can add a unique and distinct touch to your home's external design. Unlike downspouts, which are designed with functionality in mind foremost, rain chains are designed to be visually appealing. We offer a variety of designs, from simple chain links to intricate cup and bell shapes. We can even tailor to match your home's aesthetic. This means that not only do they perform a crucial task, but they also enhance the beauty of your home.
One of the most intriguing aspects of rain chains is their ability to turn a mundane task - draining rainwater, into a riveting performance. When it rains, the water descends along the chain, creating a lovely visual effect. Sounds of water trickling down the chain can also offer a sense of tranquillity akin to a mini waterfall right at your home.
While their aesthetic appeal is a significant factor, it's also important to note that rain chains are, above all, pragmatic. In instances where conventional downspouts are not a suitable option due to design or practical limitations, rain chains provide a solution without sacrificing functionality. They are easier to install and require less maintenance than traditional downspouts, making them a great alternative for homeowners seeking both practicality and visual appeal.
While rain chains may not be a traditional choice, they pack quite a punch when it comes to combining functionality with design. So whether you're building a new home or looking to give your existing one a fresh look, consider the charm and efficiency brought about by this alternative to downspouts.