Common ScaleBlaster Installation Questions

Scaleblaster Installation Questions - Common ScaleBlaster Installation Questions

(part 3)

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!