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What 40 Years in Business Have Taught Us

In News by The LeverEdge

Ever since our founding in 1979, The LeverEdge has been providing customized, effective water treatment and advanced energy solutions to businesses and homeowners in varied geographies. As you might have guessed, we’ve learned a lot in our four decades of doing business. So, in this blog post, we thought we’d share with you some of our lessons learned. Lesson #1: …

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What’s So Special about the GE AvantaPure Water Conditioner?

In Water Tech by The LeverEdge

In business since 1892, General Electric (GE) has become a household name. GE appliances have set the standard for quality in both residential and commercial applications, and the AvantaPure water conditioner continues this trend. In this weeks post, we’re looking at the key selling features of this water conditioner. The Problem: Hard Water When your home or business uses ‘hard’ …

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What Makes a Great Pool Heat Pump?

In Uncategorized by The LeverEdge

When it comes time to choose a pool heat pump for your swimming pool, you might find that you have a lot more questions than you have answers. To help demystify the process of choosing a pool heat pump, we’re offering these few points to consider when determining which pool heat pump is right for you. There are three main …

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Product Spotlight: The Intellichlor Salt Chlorine Generator

In Water Tech by The LeverEdge

If you own a pool, you want to get the most out of it, even if that means keeping to a strict regimen of maintenance, including filter changes, pH tests, and more. One of the ways to reduce the time spent maintaining your pool while also enjoying better water quality is to take advantage of modern technology. Technology like the …

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What is Solar PV Monitoring, and Why Does It Matter?

In Raise Your Solar I.Q., Residential Solar, Solar Advice by The LeverEdge

Residential and commercial solar power systems are very complex, highly sophisticated feats of engineering and design. At the LeverEdge, we’ve been involved in hundreds of solar photovoltaic (PV) projects that have provided our customers with ongoing energy cost reduction and increased independence from grid-sourced electricity. Among these projects, one of the most important features for reliability and operational transparency is …

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Water Treatment 101: Filters, Conditioners, and More

In Water Tech by The LeverEdge

Water may seem like a simple substance. It’s all around us, and we’re taught from an early age that water is simply H2O. Two atoms of hydrogen bound to a single atom of oxygen. It’s that simple, isn’t it? Not exactly. The reality is that the way we use water is complex, and the substance itself involves a lot more …

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The 3 Requirements for Every Solar Power System

In Raise Your Solar I.Q. by The LeverEdge

  No matter where a PV solar power system is installed—on a roof or standalone—there are three key component groups that are required. If any of these components is poor in quality or installed incorrectly, the entire solar power system can be compromised. At the LeverEdge, we’ve evaluated the highest-quality solar power equipment currently available on the market today, and …

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Product Spotlight: The Qualitair Air Purification System

In Air Tech by The LeverEdge

Did you know that the average person takes more than 23,000 breathes in a day? That’s 23,000 opportunities to inhale harmful airborne contaminants like mold spores, bacteria, and dust particles. Given how critically important it is to breathe in safe, clean air, it’s surprising how few people take action to address air quality concerns in indoor environments.   The Qualitair …

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3 Lesser-Known Solar Power Facts

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The sun has been used as a source of electric energy since 1839, when the very first photovoltaic (PV) cell was invented. Since then, there have been thousands of innovative solar energy applications, from powering autonomous aircraft to charging industrial-grade batteries. You might think that by now we’ve learned all we can about how to harness the power of the …