The ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler is the preferred residential hard water solution for homeowners throughout the world who rely on it for water scale removal and prevention. Many hard water treatment options require professional installation and maintenance. The beauty of ScaleBlaster’s residential electronic water descaler options is that they are easy to install and require no maintenance.
We are continuing our series designed to answers some of the most common questions we receive about installation.
Can I Wrap the Signal Cable Wires on the Underground Main Pipe?
If your home is built on a slab with little or no exposed pipe, then you can install the signal cable underground. The SB Elite and SB MAX Pro can be installed either indoors or outdoors. The SB-75 must be installed indoors.
Can I Install ScaleBlaster in My Attic?
It depends on how your attic is set up and configured. The ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler is a residential hard water solution that must be installed in a ventilated area that reaches temperatures no lower than 32 degrees or higher than 122 degrees Fahrenheit.
Do I Need to Add Another Outlet to Accommodate the Unit?
The ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler does not need a special outlet. If you do not have an outlet located near where it will be installed, you can use an extension cord. ScaleBlaster is UL and CUL approved.
When it comes to hard water treatment options, nothing beats ScaleBlaster. The affordability, ease of installation, and the fact that it is effective with both water scale removal and prevention makes the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler a preferred residential hard water solution over other water decalcification systems. ScaleBlaster is available at Home Depot (in-store and online) and online at Lowe’s and Costco.