Problems With Hard Water? Eliminate them with ScaleSafe Home.
Do you have problems with hard water? If so, you’re not alone! Recent studies show that 88% of households suffer the effects of water hardness. Fortunately, ScaleSafe Home has a hard water solution to help you eliminate this problem.
Signs of hard water show up in many areas of your home. You may notice stubborn soap scum on shower tiles and doors, white residues on shower heads, spotty glassware, crusted toilet tank rings, or spots in your tubs and on your chrome and tile. Soap and shampoo may not lather as you’d expect them to, and you may notice that your water-using appliances perform poorly. Water hardness can also clog pipes, reduce water pressure, and “freeze” your faucet valves. These problems with hard water are all due to one issue: scale buildup in your pipes.
ScaleSafe Home Improves Performance
Our hard water solution is the ScaleSafe Home system. This unique system resolves problems with hard water by breaking down the scale already in your pipes, and preventing more scale from forming. Our ScaleSafe Home system breaks down the calcium carbonate that forms the scale, while creating a microfilm coating that deters both future scale buildup and corrosion.
This hard water solution not only solves your noticeable problems with hard water, but can also improve something you might not have associated with water hardness: your budget. Federal statistics indicate that ¼” of scale can increase your utility costs by over 50%. For the average four-person family using about 6,000 gallons of water each month, this can result in an increase of about $20 each month, which means that the ScaleSafe Home system can save you about $240 over the course of a year.
Improved performance for your appliances that use water, a decrease in utility costs, and bathroom surfaces that are easier to clean all add up to a great reason to fix your problems with hard water. With the unique ScaleSafe Home system, you have a low maintenance, inexpensive solution to your water hardness.