Residential Hard Water Solution

Why Do I Need a Residential Hard Water Solution?

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Part Two

We are continuing our series on why homeowners should consider a residential hard water solution.  Our previous article discussed how limescale buildup on appliances, showerheads, faucets, and pipes negatively affects their performance and reduces their overall longevity.  This article will cover additional reasons why hard water treatment options should be considered.

Hot Water Heater

When limescale builds up in your hot water heater, it affects the efficiency of the system. This often results in lack of hot water throughout your home.  Over time, it will damage your hot water heater. Scale also prevents the transfer of heat, causing it to run longer to generate the same temperature water. The ScaleBlaster residential hard water solution not only handles water scale removal to address existing limescale, but it also prevents new scale from forming, thus improving the efficiency of your hot water heater and prolonging its life expectancy.

Added Benefits for Your Family

A main reason homeowners seek hard water treatment options is because they are experiencing poor soap lather, rough skin, and dull clothes, towels and sheets as a result of limescale buildup.  Once the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler is installed, it goes to work on water scale removal.  You will start to notice that your soap will lather more and rinse off easier.  Your skin will feel smoother.  And, your laundry will be brighter!

More and more homeowners choose ScaleBlaster over other types of hard water treatment options. Once installed, you will quickly see why ScaleBlaster has been the residential hard water solution of choice for more than 25 years.  Purchase ScaleBlaster  at Home Depot (in-store and online) or online at Lowe’s and Costco today!

Residential Hard Water Solution

Do I Really Need a Residential Hard Water Solution?

Residential Hard Water Solution - Do I Really Need a Residential Hard Water Solution?

Part One

Many homeowners contemplate whether or not they need a residential hard water solution.  Some are hesitant because many hard water treatment options can be costly. Fortunately, the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler is a residential hard water solution that is affordable and effective in water scale removal and prevention.

Our next series of articles will examine some of the primary reasons why homeowners should consider hard water treatment options.

Appliances

Over time, appliances that come in contact with hard water (i.e. coffeemaker, dishwasher, washing machine, etc.) operate less efficiently due to limescale buildup.  The ScaleBlaster residential hard water solution is effective in both water scale removal and prevention.  Therefore, once ScaleBlaster is installed, your appliances will begin to operate more efficiently thus improving their life expectancy.

Showerheads and Faucets

Showerheads, faucets and other fixtures that come into contact with hard water are subject to limescale buildup. Once the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler is installed, water scale removal begins.  Over time, you will notice your showers and faucets operating more efficiently and there will be no more “white” buildup and soap scum to scrub and clean.

Poor Water Pressure

Poor water pressure is caused by limescale buildup.  Homeowners often choose ScaleBlaster over other hard water treatment options because it is effective in both pipe scale removal and prevention.

Our next article will cover additional reasons why homeowners should consider a residential hard water solution.

As you can see, when it comes to hard water treatment options, ScaleBlaster has tremendous benefits.  Additionally, it is eco-friendly, requires no maintenance, and does not use any chemicals. If you are ready to implement a residential hard water solution, then give the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler a try.  It is available at Home Depot (in-store and online) and online at Lowe’s and Costco.

Justifying Purchasing ScaleBlaster for Your Business

Justifying Purchasing ScaleBlaster for Your Business

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We are continuing our series on helping business owners, purchasing agents, managers and foreman justify the purchase of the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler over other types of water decalcification systems. One major advantage an electronic water descaler has over other solutions is that it improves the efficiency of heating and cooling circuits while also increasing cycles of concentration / reducing blowdown water.

Today, we will compare ScaleBlaster to two other types of water decalcification systems and processes – water softeners and chemicals (i.e. chemical scale control):

Water Softeners vs. Electronic Water Descaler

Water softeners require a lot of water and salt to operate.  They are expensive to purchase and maintain.  Water softeners discharge chlorides and are intrusive to the water system.  ScaleBlaster not only prevents new scale from forming, but it also is effective in pipe scale removal.  Therefore, no separate lime scale remover needs to be purchased. An electronic water descaler is an affordable, one-time investment that requires little maintenance, no chemicals and easily mounts on a wall.

Chemicals vs. Electronic Water Descaler

Chemicals, including cooling tower biocide, are not only costly, but also a recurring expense.  Chemicals also present a hazard when stored. An electronic water descaler is effective in pipe scale removal and prevention without using harmful chemicals.  There is also no need to purchase a separate lime scale remover.  A one-time investment in ScaleBlaster is the affordable, eco-friendly alternative to harmful chemicals such as cooling tower biocide.

There are many water decalcification systems to choose from, but only one offers lasting cost savings and benefits. Contact your nearest commercial or industrial dealer to learn more about how the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler can work for your business.

Comparing Hard Water Treatment Options

Comparing Hard Water Treatment Options

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We are continuing our series on comparing different types of hard water treatment options.  It is important to note that an effective and ideal residential hard water solution will handle both pipe scale removal and prevention. You should not have to purchase a separate lime scale remover. Our previous article compared an electronic water descaler to whole home water filtration systems.  This article will discuss water softeners.

Water softeners are another residential hard water solution some homeowners consider when researching hard water treatment options.  Water softeners replace calcium with salt.  This can be problematic for pets and people on salt restricted diets. Water softeners are also not effective in pipe scale removal.  If you are dealing with existing pipe scale, an additional lime scale remover will be required.  When it comes to hard water treatment options, a water softener is one of the most expensive to purchase and maintain. It also requires a lot of floor space, which is another reason why some eliminate it as a possible residential hard water solution. Water softeners also discharge chlorides into the waste stream and tend to increase water and sewer bills.

When it comes to hard water treatment options, an electronic water descaler has significant benefits over a water softener. The ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler is not only effective in pipe scale removal, but it also prevents new scale from forming. There is no need to purchase an additional lime scale remover.  It is small, easily mounts on a wall, does not require any additional water, and is salt and chemical free.

If you are ready to get serious about a residential hard water solution, then look no further. The ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler is all you need. Our residential models can be purchased at Home Depot (in-store and online) and online at Lowe’s and Costco.

A Comparison of Residential Hard Water Treatment Options

A Comparison of Residential Hard Water Treatment Options

Residential Hard Water Treatment Options - A Comparison of Residential Hard Water Treatment Options

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Our next series of articles will take a look at some popular hard water treatment options available to homeowners.  No doubt, hard water wreaks havoc on your pipes and appliances.  When this happens, exploring residential hard water solution options is a good place to start.

There are two primary areas a residential hard water solution should address: water scale removal and prevention.  Finding a solution that prevents lime scale from forming and is also an effective lime scale remover is imperative to ensure existing problems are addressed.

Some homeowners choose filtration as their primary residential hard water solution.  A quality whole home water filtration system can be effective in filtering out rust, algae, sediment and some contaminants.  However, the minerals that clog pipes, wreak havoc on appliances and make water scale removal necessary still exist. Water filtration systems do not remove hard water minerals or lime scale, thus an additional lime scale remover would also be required to address water scale removal. Filters also do not resolve the hardness of the water. Whole home water filters can be extremely expensive and require ongoing maintenance.

An electronic water descaler is different from filtration in that it not only prevents new scale from forming, but it is also an effective lime scale remover.  The ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler actually changes the size, shape and charge of calcium molecules, which inhibits lime scale from forming on pipes, appliances and fixtures that come in contact with water.  Best of all, the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler is affordable, easy to install and requires no ongoing maintenance.

Our next article will compare an electronic water descaler with a water softener as a residential hard water solution. If you are ready to kick other hard water treatment options to the curb and go with the single solution that provides both water scale removal and prevention, then ScaleBlaster is the product for you.  It is available at Home Depot (in-store and online) and online at Lowe’s and Costco. Check it out today!

ScaleBlaster Installation

ScaleBlaster Installation

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We are continuing to answer some of your questions about installing the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler.  Not only is it an effective residential hard water solution, but it is one of the easiest hard water treatment options to install. Best of all, it effectively  handles water scale removal and prevents new limescale from forming without the need for any salt or chemicals.

Let’s take a look at three more common installation questions.

I Have Wrapped the Coil and Have Leftover Signal Cable Wire.  Is That a Problem?

It is not unusual to have extra wire. The ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler is designed to handle different pipe sizes while allowing ten feet of wire in each direction of where the signal cable is wrapped.

What Ongoing Maintenance Does ScaleBlaster Require?

What makes ScaleBlaster such a desirable residential hard water solution is that it is one of the few hard water treatment options on the market that is completely maintenance free. No salt, no batteries, no moving parts!

I Went on Vacation and Now My Water Does Not Feel the Same?  What Did I Do Wrong?

You did nothing wrong!  The ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler holds a charge to the water for approximately 110 hours.  You simply need to use the existing water in the water heater and everything will return to normal as it was before you left.

When it comes to water scale removal and preventing new limescale from forming, ScaleBlaster is the preferred residential hard water solution for homeowners worldwide.  Not only is it more effective than other hard water treatment options, but it is environmentally friendly and maintenance free.  ScaleBlaster is available at Home Depot (in-store and online) and online at Lowe’s and Costco.  Give ScaleBlaster a try today!

Common ScaleBlaster Installation Questions

Common ScaleBlaster Installation Questions

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We are continuing our series covering common ScaleBlaster installation questions.  The ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler is effective with both pipe scale removal and limescale prevention. Best of all, it’s easy to install.  Let’s take a look at a few more common questions we are often asked to address.

Can I Install ScaleBlaster in My Well Pump House?

As a preferred residential hard water solution, ScaleBlaster is one of the most popular hard water treatment options for homeowners with a well.  It absolutely can be installed in a well pump house.  For best results, we recommend installing the signal cable after the pump.

My Copper Pipe is Painted.  Will That Present a Problem?

Installing the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler on a painted copper pipe presents no problems at all.  It will not adversely affect pipe scale removal or hinder ScaleBlaster’s ability to prevent new scale from forming.

How Far Should I Wrap the Signal Cable from Tees, Elbows, Couplings, Valves and Curved Pipe?

Less turbulence in the water is desired for effective pipe scale removal and to prevent new scale from forming. Try to keep the signal cable at least a few inches away for best results.

ScaleBlaster is one of the most affordable and effective hard water treatment options on the market today, period.  If you want a reliable, easy-to-install, maintenance free residential hard water solution, look no further. ScaleBlaster is available at Home Depot (in-store and online) and online at Lowe’s and Costco.  If you want to avoid the costs and hassles of other types of hard water treatment options, then go online and pick one up today!

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Can You Help Me Justify Purchasing ScaleBlaster for My Business?

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Businesses and industries are often reluctant to invest in new technology unless they have a solid reason to do so.  The ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler is not like other water decalcification systems that end up costing a bundle over the long term.  ScaleBlaster has saved hundreds of commercial businesses and industries thousands of dollars, making it the preferred choice over other types of water decalcification systems on the market.

This is the first of a series of articles designed to help purchasing agents, managers, foreman and business owners justify incorporating ScaleBlaster into their operations.

Pipe Scale Removal and Prevention

Once installed, ScaleBlaster will immediately begin the job of pipe scale removal.  Best of all, it will also help prevent new scale from forming.

No Chemicals

ScaleBlaster is a chemical-free pipe scale removal and prevention option.  Cooling tower biocide and other chemicals wreak havoc on both your equipment and environment.

No Maintenance

Unlike many water decalcification systems and chemical solutions such as cooling tower biocide, ScaleBlaster requires no added manpower or maintenance.

Our next article will cover more reasons why commercial businesses and industries should consider ScaleBlaster.

While there are many water decalcification systems to choose from, none come close to the affordability and efficiency of the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler. We have commercial dealers and industrial specialists throughout the world who are ready to consult with you on your pipe scale removal and prevention options.  Contact a nearby dealer today!

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Answering Your Installation Questions

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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.

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ScaleBlaster – Your Installation Questions Answered

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Unlike many hard water treatment options, the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler is easy to install, which is why it has become such a popular residential hard water solution. You simply need to locate your incoming cold water line, wrap the signal cable around it and then plug in the unit. Once installed, ScaleBlaster will immediately get to work on water scale removal and prevention. Our next series of articles will answer some of the most common installation questions from our customers. 

What Type of Pipe is Compatible with ScaleBlaster?

The ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler is compatible with copper, PVC, CPVD and PEX pipe.  If you have galvanized pipe, be prepared to replace a small section of pipe where the signal cable wraps on the incoming water line.

Do I Need to Hire a Plumber to Install ScaleBlaster?

Unlike many hard water treatment options that require additional plumbing and/or professional installation, ScaleBlaster requires no special tools or additional plumbing work.  An electronic water descaler is a residential hard water solution that you can easily install yourself!

Can I Place a Protective Cover Over the Signal Cable?

Yes!  You can place a protective cover over the signal cable as long as the cover is not magnetic.

Our next article will cover more common installation questions.

If you are searching for a residential hard water solution, or if you have tried other hard water treatment options and are tired of the ongoing expense and maintenance, then look no further.  Once ScaleBlaster is installed, the water scale removal process begins. And, because ScaleBlaster also prevents new scale from forming, you will never need to worry about limescale buildup again!  ScaleBlaster is available at Home Depot (in-store and online) and online at Lowe’s and Costco. Pick it up today!

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