By Hell and High water

By Hell or High Water

Some individuals claim that the name for the Grand Cayman Isle of “Hell” is derived from the fact that if a pebble is thrown into the limestone formation, it echoes among the limestone peaks and valleys and sounds as if the pebble is falling all the way down to “Hell.” In a far away island…

Tiny Girl Big Dreams

Tiny Girl, Big Dreams-Austin

Tiny Girl, Big Dreams is a very special organization that was started by a wonderful young lady by the name of Acacia.  Through Zinger Hardware’s relationship with Canadian Royal Plastics we are proud to present the friendship bench kits to the Austin area.  Let me turn the pen over to Acacia’s mom and let her…

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Your First Flush …CAN BE A DOOZY!

WANT TO KNOW WHAT IT TAKES TO HAVE A FIRST FLUSH SYSTEM? When harvesting rain, it is a good practice to allow the first gallons of rain water flush the roof, gutters, and collection pipe free of dirt and debris.  Here at Zinger Hardware we have compiled a few step by step pictures to help…

2500 Gallon Rain Tank

Where do you put a 21,625 pound Gorilla?

ANYWHERE YOU WANT!  So where will you place your 21,625 pound gorilla? This rain harvest system incorporates an adorable pavilion in the Texas Hill Country and a 2500 gallon rain water tank from Zinger Hardware.  In this installation there is a Leaf Eater basket designed to allow leaves to flush away from the upper intake pipes…

Rain Tank and Rain Harvesting

The Anatomy of Rain Tanks

Rain collection or Rain Harvesting is a simple process of collecting fresh rain water from your roof or other collection points.  Here at Zinger Hardware we are always asked how this magical process works.  So here is the anatomy of the Rain tank in a simple 250 gallon installation setup. In the image below is…

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Texas School For The Blind sees what we sometimes miss!

The Texas School For The Blind and Visually Impaired challenges young men and women to work in the community.  TSBVI sees what others sometimes miss in these fantastic young adults.  It is with great pleasure that we got to know and appreciate our summer intern Jonathan.  Over the last few weeks “Jo Nathan” has warmed us…