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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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Annual educational tour for the 5th grade class of Carrollwood Day School

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The LeverEdge andSolar Hydronics Corp (SHC) 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 be …

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Thank You to our Dealers for your Homes for Our Troops Contributions

In News by The LeverEdge

Our contributing group of merchants and dealers kept up the amazing work in the first half 2018 and we are happy to report that, withholding as little as $10 per funded sale, our merchants and dealers collectively amassed $32,070 in the first half 2018 in donations for the Homes for Our Troops! This brings the total contribution to HFOT to …

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Your Top Water Priorities for 2018

In News, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

With the new year in full swing, it’s a good idea to take stock of what’s most important to address with ongoing projects around your house or business. Amongst everything you plan to do in 2018, evaluating your water treatment system might be something to think about. When is the last time you’ve given serious consideration to the quality and condition …

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A Deeper Dive into the Aqua Solar Pool Heating System

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

Heated pools are sometimes considered a luxury because of the perception that they are costly to maintain, partly due to the electricity cost associated with operation. In a traditional heated pool that uses electric heating elements to heat the pool water, cost is indeed a big factor. These types of systems are needed, however, in areas where temperatures are too …

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Annual Educational Tour

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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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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 …