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!