As we’ve discussed in a previous article, we have had homeowners tell us that their plumbing professional recommends a water softener instead of an electronic descaling system. We beg to differ, and we have dedicated the past four decades towards helping both homeowners and professionals deal with their hard water issues.
The ScaleBlaster electronic descaling system is a hard water descaler that is effective in water scale removal. It is also a limescale eliminator that prevents new scale from forming. The ScaleBlaster hard water descaler comes in residential and commercial models. Our industrial hard water descaler is effective and can handle even the demands of large cooling towers. In fact, industrial hard water descaling using a proven electronic water descaler such as the ScaleBlaster results in the reduced need for cooling tower biocide.
These are just a few of the many reasons why both homeowners and commercial / industrial entities are bypassing water softeners and choosing a residential electronic descaling system for their home and an industrial hard water descaler for their facilities. Our next series of article will take a closer look at some of the downsides of water softeners. Let’s get started.
Water softeners cost thousands of dollars and require an ongoing investment in both maintenance and chemicals. The ScaleBlaster residential hard water descaler and industrial hard water descaler models are not only affordable, but they do not require an ongoing investment and they save money in the long run.
Requires Professional Installation
Water softeners can cost hundreds of dollars in professional installation fees. The ScaleBlaster residential hard water descaler and industrial hard water descaling system do not require the services of a plumber to install. In most cases, homeowners can handle their own residential installation while commercial entities often enlist their in-house maintenance crew for installation.
The ScaleBlaster residential electronic descaling system can be purchased in-store and online at Home Depot, and online at Lowes and Costco. Interested in learning more about the ScaleBlaster industrial hard water descaler? Contact the commercial / industrial ScaleBlaster dealer nearest to you or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more today.