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Copper Rain Chains for Your Home Decor

We love our copper rain chains!! Whenever we post videos of our rainchains on Facebook they go viral, and people want to know more about them, so we’re sharing some of that info and videos here for you.

Topics Covered:

  • Where can I buy rain chains?
  • Where do the rain chains attach?
  • Do the rain chains make sounds when it rains?
  • What does the rain chain run into at the bottom?

Other Names for Rain Chains

  • Rain Chimes
  • Drain Chain
  • Rain Bells
  • Water Chain
  • Gutter Chain Drain
Rain chain in summer – image by

Rain Chain Questions

Q. Where can I buy rain chains?

A. You can get them from your local home stores, such as Lowe’s or Home Depot, and even Walmart. But check online first to see the prices and to see if they’re available online only or also in the stores. If they’re not in the stores, often you can order it to be shipped to the store for pick up with free shipping.

You can also buy rain chains from Amazon.


Q. Where do the rain chains attach?

A. These attach to the under side of the hole in your gutter downspouts. Make sure the rainchain you buy has the attachment part to it, (if it doesn’t say so in the description then it’s not likely included, but most seem to include them). You can however, buy attachment kits separately, if your favorite one doesn’t come with it.


Q. Do the rain chains make sounds when it rains? 

A. Some people call these “rain bells” or “rain chimes”. While these do may a pleasant kind of resonant tinkling rain sound, it’s not really a ringing. You can tune into the sound in the video below, which is similar to others that we’ve heard.


Q. What does the rain chain run into at the bottom?

A. It’s up to you. We have several scenarios for ours:

And… here are a couple videos of our copper rain chains, (though you can’t see the copper color in these videos, plus since they’ve aged, they’ve turned darker anyway).

Rain Chain Video in Spring


Rain Chain Video in Summer



Rain Chain Video in Winter

If you’re interested in a brief article on rainy days and a couple of short inspiring playing in the rain videos, you can visit this article.

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