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An Overview of Our PV System Products

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

When designing, installing and testing a new solar power generation system, a lot of work goes into specifying the right PV materials to be used with the right mounting and routing hardware. The LeverEdge goes to extreme measures to ensure that the material providers we work with produce only the highest quality components at prices that our customers can afford. …

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Little-Known Benefits of Solar Attic Fans

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

Solar attic fans work to keep air circulating throughout the warmer, less used parts of the home. Generally speaking, the idea is that by keeping warmer air from pooling in the attic, the entire home is made more energy efficient. What’s more, because many attic fans are solar powered, there is no ongoing cost to run them. If these reasons …

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What to Look for in a Pool Pump

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

Envision this: it’s a beautiful day, and you and the family are out relaxing by the pool. You’ve spent a lot of time, money, and energy outfitting the perfect pool area, complete with water features, a filtration system, and high-quality accessories. So, you’d probably be less than pleased to see your filtration system, water features and spa jets suddenly stop …

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What is PV Monitoring, and Why Does It Matter?

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

Solar power systems are investments that are worth protecting. That means more than just opting for the installation warranty or ensuring correct product selection and integration. It also means staying ahead of the curve by anticipating potential system issues before they become more costly, saving you time and money in the long run. This is precisely why PV monitoring is …

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Is Solar Water Heating Right for Me?

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

When we consider the various ways that we can harness energy from the sun, there are two principle methods that most all collection efforts fall into: thermal energy collection and photovoltaic energy collection. Thermal collection refers to capturing heat from sunlight, not necessarily electricity. Photovoltaic (also known simply as PV) energy collection involves using sunlight to charge ions in a …