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Who Uses the Most Water in the US?

In News, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

Regardless of your definition of ‘resource’, water can be said to be one of the most valuable, essential, and precious resources we have. It’s used in everything from powering your home to keeping you alive at a very basic level. Every single cell in your body needs water to function correctly – without it, you would quite literally collapse into a …

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Partner Spotlight: Homes For Our Troops

In News, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

At The LeverEdge, we are passionate about whole-home water treatment, resulting in the highest grade water purity and most ideal water conditioning available today. Our passion is fueled by our customers, who enjoy the many benefits of clean, pure water without having to overcome serious challenges in accessing it. Because water is relatively easy to access in our daily lives, …

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How Do Water Parks Manage All That Water?

In News, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

In the United States, we sure love our water parks. In fact, the US has more water parks than the rest of the world combined. During hot summer days, Americans have access to over 1,000 water parks, and if that isn’t enough, there are 600 more across the globe. Many water parks span multiple dozens of acres, with the largest …

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4 Signs You Need Water Treatment

In Uncategorized, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

Do you find yourself wondering if you need your water treated above and beyond what you’re currently using to filter and condition? Are you aware of the biggest indicators that a water treatment system is needed? In this week’s blog post, we’re going to explain what the top four signs of untreated water are so that you can evaluate your …

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Iron and Hydrogen Sulfide in Water

In News, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

One of the problems of using either reclaimed water or water from an untreated source is that environmental chemicals infiltrate the water and cause unwanted properties. These properties range from the water causing rust to the water producing a ‘rotten egg’ odor in the home or business. This common struggle with water conditioning has been dealt with historically by introducing …

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Water Treatment Infrastructure Going High-Tech

In News, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

Below the surfaces of the roads we use and the land we live on, there are thousands of miles of water-flow tubing that snake throughout the subterranean landscape. This network of critical infrastructure eventually ends at your home or business, but it’s the massive mainframe construction of relays, treatment facilities, and other water management apparatuses that we have to thank …

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What Is “Water Refinement”?

In Water Tech by The LeverEdge

Water quality is kind of a big deal – a recent New York Times article examined the current state of drinking water in America and found a lot to be lacking. From Florida to Texas and from Michigan to Pennsylvania, both water quality and reports of substandard water are unacceptably low. This sets the stage for an involved discussion on the …

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The Future is Here: Digital Pool Temp Control

In News, Raise Your Solar I.Q., Water Tech by The LeverEdge

One of the most common reasons people give for not owning a pool is because it is “too much of a hassle to maintain”. Second to that, another reason offered is that pool maintenance is costly and requires monthly visits from a technician who charges a pretty penny for their services. The reality is that pool maintenance technology has come …

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Product Spotlight: The GulfStream HI-5 Series Heat Pump

In Uncategorized by The LeverEdge

There’s a lot to love about the new and improved GulfStream HI-5 Series Heat Pump available now from The LeverEdge. The designers and engineers at GulfStream set out to create the most user-friendly, reliable, and efficient swimming pool heat pump on the market, and with the new HI-5 series, they’ve done it.   For starters, the unit sports a 4-sided …