Answering Homeowner’s Questions About ScaleBlaster
Have you recently purchased a ScaleBlaster electronic descaling system? Or are you considering purchasing a hard water descaler in the near future? If so, you’re in luck. Being that many people turn to the internet first when they have a question, we decided to spend some time addressing the most commonly asked questions about the ScaleBlaster electronic descaling system. Let’s get started:
Do I Need to Hire a Plumber?
Many homeowners find the ScaleBlaster electronic descaling system easy to install themselves. There is no cutting of pipes, special tools, or plumbing work required in most cases, so you don’t need to hire a plumber unless you are more comfortable with having someone perform the installation for you.
Where Should I Install ScaleBlaster?
ScaleBlaster easily installs on the incoming water supply line. You will need to plug the unit into a nearby electrical outlet. You can use an extension cord if needed as the ScaleBlaster electronic descaling system is UL and CUL approved.
Our next article will cover more common questions people have about the ScaleBlaster electronic descaling system.
If you’ve recently purchased a ScaleBlaster, we encourage you to also read the owner’s manual in its entirety to familiarize yourself more with the product. If you are still considering making a purchase, then we hope you find this series of articles to be beneficial. ScaleBlaster is an affordable, maintenance-free, ecofriendly water softener alternative that tackles hard water problems. It is a limescale eliminator that is effective in water scale removal, so if you have existing scale that needs addressed, then ScaleBlaster is the hard water descaler for you. ScaleBlaster can be purchased in-store at Home Depot and online at Home Depot and Lowe’s. We invite you to give it a try today!