Experiencing Water Hardness? Scale Buildup is Your Biggest Concern.
If you are having problems with water hardness, scale is probably your most obvious concern. Limescale buildup on showerheads, in toilets, and in your water-using appliances is both unsightly and damaging. But do you know how to remove limescale?
You can buy commercial products designed to remove scale, or you can rely on common household cleaning supplies like lemon juice and white vinegar. If your cleaning woes are related to water hardness, scale is probably building up in your bathroom and kitchen taps, tubs, toilets, showerheads, and appliances that use water. Your coffee maker, dishwasher, and washing machine are probably affected, as is your water heater. Many “How to Remove Limescale” articles will tell you that you can clean most of these things with a descaler or a water-vinegar solution, but figuring out how to remove limescale that has accumulated in your pipes is more difficult, and these DIY solutions don’t help prevent future water hardness scale buildup.
Water Hardness Treatment with ScaleSafe Home
Fortunately, ScaleSafe Home has the solution to the water hardness scale that builds up in your pipes. The ScaleSafe Home system acts as a scale inhibitor, distorting the cube-like shape of the calcium molecule, and preventing the formation of crystalline calcium carbonate by not allowing calcium molecules to build on each other. By combining with the calcium in the precipitated calcium carbonate, ScaleSafe Home slowly breaks down the crystalline matrix of the calcium carbonate, allowing it to be released into suspension. At the same time, the microfilm coating formed by the combination of ScaleSafe Home and calcium carbonate deters both scale and corrosion.
The result is that ScaleSafe Home not only provides you with better water, but also saves you money. Did you know that federal statistics indicate that 1⁄4” of scale will increase utility cost by over 50%? For a family of four, using an average of 6,000 gallons a month, this could result in an increased cost of about $20 each month. Simply by installing the ScaleSafe Home system, a family like this could save about $240 each year, and that doesn’t even include the savings on maintenance of appliances negatively impacted by hard water.
For homeowners experiencing complications with water hardness, scale is a problem that can be solved by the ScaleSafe Home system.