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Hi and welcome to the Limetron Hard Water Descaler installation video. Limescale is a horrible, never-ending problem if you have hard water in your area. It scales up your bathroom and toilet, makes cleaning a whole lot harder and take a lot longer and causes damage to your home over time, costing you time and money. In this video, we'll be showing you all the steps involved to installing your Limetron Descaler, so living in your home becomes a whole lot easier. The first step is to determine the best place to install the Limetron. You will always be able to install it at your water meter.

Dig out around the pipes with a shovel or your gardening tools so you have the clearance you need for the installation. The next step is to turn off the water mains. Depending on the size of your Limetron, a plumber will use the correct fittings from the water meter or pipe work to install the Limetron in line with the pipes. The most common Limetron is a half inch or 15 millimeters in diameter.

So it's likely that the plumber will need a connection to bring it down to this size. In this case the original pipe work at the water meter was three quarter inch which is also common. Once the Limetron's in place, your plumber will reconnect it to the original pipe work that leads to your home. In this case, it's being connected to a three-quarter inch plastic pipe. To do this you have to unscrew the main connection back at the water meter then connect it to the original pipe work, then screw it back into the water meter. When it is connected up, the final step is to test for any leaks. Do this by slowly turning on the mains water again and seeing if there are any leaks.

Depending on how accessible your water meter is can take as little as 30 minutes to install it as this installation did. If you've dug around your pipework now don't fill it in just yet, so you can check it in 48 hours to make sure it remains leakless. Then you can fill it back in. The Limetron is stainless steel and has a one-year satisfaction, money-back guarantee, a 10-year warranty and 15 years life expectancy.

So you don't have to worry about its durability out in the elements or underground with your pipes. Within 30 short minutes, with the help of your local plumber, your hard water issues are solved quickly and easily.

Thank you for watching this video and feel free to contact us with any questions.