We are continuing our series of articles addressing common questions we’ve received from homeowners about the ScaleBlaster electronic descaling system. Our previous articles covered the fact that in most cases, a professional plumber is not needed to install a hard water descaler. We also discussed how the unit easily installs on the incoming water line. Then, we dug deeper into how the ScaleBlaster electronic descaling system is a limescale eliminator that will perform water scale removal of existing scale over the course of a few months. We then explored how you will begin to notice less spotting on dishes, hotter water, and increase in water pressure. Here are more answers to your questions:
Will My Power Bill Increase Each Month?
The electricity required to operate the ScaleBlaster hard water descaler is about equal to that of a nightlight. The additional 15 watts of electricity equates to less than $15.00 a year depending on your cost per KWh.
Do I Need to Turn ScaleBlaster On and Off?
No! The ScaleBlaster electronic descaling system is designed to run continuously. Some homeowners choose to unplug it if they are going to be away from their home for several weeks, but it is not necessary.
Our next article will cover more common questions from homeowners.
ScaleBlaster is the premier hard water descaler and ecofriendly water softener alternative that homeowners have trusted for more than three decades. You don’t have to fall victim to the issues caused by hard water. An electronic descaling system is an affordable, easy to install, and effective ecofriendly water softener alternative that will serve you well for years to come. ScaleBlaster can be purchased in-store at Home Depot and online at Home Depot and Lowe’s. Give it a try and let us know what you think!