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The Differences Between Direct, Indirect and Drainback Solar Water Heaters

In Uncategorized by The LeverEdge

Did you know that there are three different types of solar water heaters available from The LeverEdge? We offer multiple styles of water heaters because no two customers have the exact same needs for a solar water heating system. In this week’s post, we’re going to identify the key characteristics of these three heaters, and what makes them beneficial above …

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Why Finance a Water Treatment System?

In Financial Advice, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

You may already know that you need to take action to improve the quality of the water you use every day in your home or business. Perhaps you’ve done the research enough to know that basic water treatment by municipal water suppliers isn’t enough to ensure that the cleanest water possible is being made available to you. However, you might …

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What Are the Risks of Consuming Untreated Water?

In Water Tech by The LeverEdge

It can be easy to take for granted the water that we are used to getting straight from the ‘tap’ – water for cooking, bathing, giving to pets and, of course, drinking. Municipal water treatment facilities are, for the most part, very efficient when it comes to treating water before it is sent through distribution pipes that terminate in your home …

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Air Quality – The Dirty Elephant in the Room

In Air Tech by The LeverEdge

It’s literally all around us, and it’s absolutely unavoidable even if we tried not to take a breath: the air. It carries life-giving oxygen that we all need to survive, but it can also carry dangerous particles, organisms, and foul odors. It’s time to take a good, hard look at the quality of the air in your home or business. …

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What is Sodium Chloride and Why Does Your Pool Need It?

In Uncategorized by The LeverEdge

There’s a chemical coursing through your body right now that you also use as a flavor enhancer for your food. It’s necessary for human life, and it exists virtually everywhere on planet Earth. That chemical is sodium chloride, also known as NaCl – also known as common table salt. That’s right…sodium chloride is just the molecular name for table salt …

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“Hidden” Benefits of Solar Attic Fans

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

Adding a solar-powered cooling fan to an attic or another area of a building provides some fairly obvious benefits: increased air circulation, lower power consumption, and reduced cooling costs. However, there are even more benefits to installing solar attic fans – many of our customers don’t even realize these benefits exist until discussing their project with us. Beyond the basics of …

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Annual Educational Tour

In News by The LeverEdge

Solar Hydronics Corp (SHC) and The LeverEdge hosted their annual educational tour for the 5th grade class of Carrollwood Day School this week.  The 5th graders’ Unit of Inquiry focuses on Energy, which includes highlighting the importance of renewable energy.  The tour of Solar Hydronics Corp allowed the students an up-close opportunity to learn about how the sun’s energy can …

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3 Key Facts About UV Water Sterilization

In Water Tech by The LeverEdge

Did you know that using ultraviolet (UV) light to sterilize water has been a practice used to provide clean drinking water for Europeans for over 90 years? Here in the US, even though the technology has been broadly adopted, it is still marginally used in comparison with other parts of the world. One reason for this could be because consumers …

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Product Spotlight: The Nuvis Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System

In Water Tech by The LeverEdge

There are many reasons to invest in a drinking water system that goes above and beyond the filtration and purification measures taken by your municipal water supplier. Having a good drinking water system is even more important for those who consume well water or collected rain. But, let’s be clear (pun intended), not all drinking water systems are created equal. …