Model # RHP-5B

Internet # 202546890

5 ft. Brown Aluminum RH-Plus with Brackets and Screws



Model # RHP-5B

Internet # 202546890

Rainhandler replaces conventional gutters and protects your home and the environment from the harmful effects of ice, snow, and rain. Snow and ice cannot build up because of the open louver design. Additionally, Rainhandlers mount below the roof slope and are unaffected by snow slides. As the rain comes off your roof, Rainhandler's seven angled louvers break up the heavy sheet of water into small drops. These drops are deflected away from your home where they fall harmlessly to the ground in a 2 to 3 ft. band.

  • Rainhandler returns runoff back to rain size drops which fall naturally to the ground
  • 25-Year limited warranty
  • Self cleaning-leaves and debris fall through slats or blow away
  • Works with almost all roof designs and materials
  • Do it yourself friendly, only three brackets and six screws total per 5 ft. section
  • Each section includes attachment brackets and wood screws
  • Patented design reduces soil disturbance and pollution at ground level from storm water runoff commonly caused by no gutters or clogged gutters
  • Less soil disturbance means reduced debris(pollution) flowing into local streams, rivers, and other public surface drain systems
  • Aluminum construction, manufactured in the usa
  • Replaces traditional roofing gutters

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Gutter Size 
4 in. 
Gutter Size (in.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Length (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
Color Family 
Product Weight (lb.) 
1 lb 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
25 Year Limited Warranty 


Gutter Size: 4 in.
Material: Aluminum
Price: $20 - $30
Brand: Rainhandler
Review Rating: 4 & Up
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5 ft. Brown Aluminum RH-Plus with Brackets and Screws
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How does this system handle snow coming off the roof?

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Is it best to weatherproof the screw holes on installation?

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March 25, 2016
I live in rainey Florida and the moisture is a problem, especially when it gets into wood and you get wood rot on your fascia and then you have to replace the fascia. Is it best to apply a silicone sealant to each pre-drilled screw hole before attaching the mounting brackets? Or, just apply the sealant over the screws after screwing down the brackets? Or, maybe this isn't even necessary because the screw tightness will hold the bracket tight enough to not allow any water to seep behind and into the screw holes? Just being extra cautious and I don't profess to be a handyman.
Paul in Tampa
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Is this a do-it-yourself project?

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Can a person who is handy with tools put these up themselves? I don't understand the need for down spouts. Are they just to keep the water from running down at the point where the RH end?
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Yes. I hung 60ft of it on the front of my house last weekend. Took about 2 hours. Also, it's cheaper if you order directly from rainhandler.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Alternative to Gutters This is one of those products that demonstrates American innovation. I needed an alternative to a traditional gutter for my deck. Gutters require a lot of parts. Contractors wanted too much money to install them. So, to avoid my having to work from a ladder that I do not have AND transport 10 ft sections of gutters and downspouts in a small car, I went with Rainhandler. It is available in brown whereas brown gutters are a special order. Installing the system was straightforward. I made angled wood spacers since my fascias were angled. The most difficult part was lining up the 4 sections so that they would meet. The entire installation was done from the deck, not on a ladder. It has been dispersing the rain well since installed. I am completely satisfied with my Rainhandler system. September 17, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install Interesting substitute to gutters. Super easy to install. Hasn't rained yet so I can't say if they work. September 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great purchase great product reccomend to others it is easy to install and easy to work with and it performs as described April 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by As Advertised I have a new patio cover, 14'x24' shed style with a gable in the center. It's all built atop a concrete foundation. The rain pours off on either side of the gable and splatters water 3 feet inside the patio and gets my furniture wet. I looked around and found these and thought I would give them a try. I only needed 2 sections because the runoff is only about 4 feet wide on each side of the gable. I installed them last week and it rained today. I must say that they work extremely well and absolutely destroy the water stream and shoot the drops out about 3 feet from the roof line. There is about an 8" drop to the rainhandler so there's a little extra energy in my system. If you have a similar situation with your patio cover, these are the fix.....promise. June 9, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great I used these on my shed. So much easier and quicker than putting up a gutter. The rain had been just falling off the roof right next to the shed and, after years of this, I began to notice some water damage around the bottom. I put these on to spread out the water so it is not falling right next to the shed and keeping the bottom of the walls soaked. October 28, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Rainhandler easy to install but very flimsy. I don't think they will hold up in the winter wind but time will tell. November 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome Product! Easy Installation! I have a steep roof valley that was washing out the dirt below during a rain. I have decided that the mfg install guidelines did not fit my application, so I installed diagonal in the corner under the drip of the valley. During a hard rain, the water would overshoot, so I installed a double width of the rainhandler. I cut the rainhandler at an angle to fit to the faca on the house. Works great now to disperse the water and keeping from washout below and under a concrete walkway. LOVE this product! June 10, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by rain handler was easy to put up, works as stated ,nice looking . November 3, 2015
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