Negative Aspects of Water Softeners
We are continuing our series discussing some of the negative aspects of water softeners in comparison to the ScaleBlaster residential hard water descaler and industrial hard water descaling system. Our previous article covered how a water softener requires a large investment compared to the ScaleBlaster electronic descaling system. We also discussed how water softeners require professional installation which can also be quite costly. Today, we will look at two more downsides of choosing a water softener vs. an electronic descaling system.
Takes Up Floor Space
A water softener takes up tons of space either on the side of your house or in your garage. The same is true for an industrial water softener. The ScaleBlaster residential hard water descaler and industrial hard water descaling system are compact and can be conveniently mounted on a wall.
Increases Water and Sewer Bills
Water softeners require additional water usage, which naturally results in more water consumption and higher water and sewer bills. The ScaleBlaster hard water descaler uses no water and is extremely effective in water scale removal and prevention.
Our next article will cover more negative aspects of water softeners when compared to a residential hard water descaler and industrial hard water descaling system.
The ScaleBlaster electronic descaling system is available in both residential and commercial models. Our ecofriendly water softener alternative is a limescale eliminator that immediately goes to work on water scale removal. It also prevents new scale from forming. Homeowners wanting to purchase the ScaleBlaster residential hard water descaler can do so online or in-store at Home Depot. It can also be purchased online at Lowes and Costco. If you are interested in purchasing a ScaleBlaster industrial hard water descaler, contact the commercial / industrial ScaleBlaster dealer nearest to you or e-mail email@example.com to learn more today.