There are many types of hard water treatment options available for homeowners looking for a residential hard water solution. If you are considering a water softener, it is important to understand all of the costs involved. Our next series of articles will uncover some of the hidden costs of water softeners. Let’s get started:
Installing a water softener is something most homeowners hire someone to do. If you choose to do it yourself, you will need to follow some very specific steps to ensure proper installation. Some of these steps include shutting off the water and even cutting into the main water line, which can be risky and should be performed by an experienced professional. In contrast, the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler is the easiest residential hard water solution to install, especially compared to other types of hard water treatment options. Simply wrap the signal cable around the incoming water pipe and plug it in. Many homeowners choose to install their electronic water descaler themselves rather hiring someone to install it for them.
Permits, Taxes and Other Fees
Depending on where you live, you may be subject to local permitting requirements, taxes, and other fees (i.e. inspections, etc.) when installing a water softener.
Our next article will explore more hidden costs of water softeners.
If you are seeking an affordable residential hard water solution, we invite you to learn more about what makes the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler one of the preferred hard water treatment options on the market today. ScaleBlaster is affordable, easy to install, requires no chemicals or ongoing maintenance, and because it is also a limescale eliminator, it is effective in water scale removal/pipe scale removal. Feel free you to explore our website and when you are ready, ScaleBlaster can be purchased at Home Depot (in-store and online) and online at Lowe’s and Costco. We promise you won’t be disappointed!