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Why Does My Water Taste and Smell Bad?

Does your water have a bad odor? Is it accompanied by a horrible taste? If your water tastes and/or smells bad, it goes without saying that you won’t want to use it often. After all, no one wants to cook or clean with water that gives off a bad smell or taste. There are many [...]

2019-07-01T14:41:29-04:00July 1st, 2019|

What is the rotten egg smell in my water?

Have you been putting up with water that smells like rotten eggs and wishing you could fix it? If so, there are several different things that could be causing the odor and a few relatively simple solutions. Let’s take a look.   Sulfur Hydrogen sulfide gas (commonly referred to as “sulfur”) is a contaminant that [...]

2018-12-19T09:40:03-05:00March 30th, 2018|

Sulfur and your Electronic Appliances

You probably know if you have a problem with sulfur in your water, it can make your water smell and taste awful. Sulfur comes from decaying organic material and one of the more common well water contaminants. Sulfur gas is also very corrosive and is released from the water which leads to damage of jewelry, [...]

2019-11-02T10:13:53-04:00December 28th, 2016|

Common Water Problems in Henry County

  While some water problems are obvious, like sulfur that can be smelled and seen, other contaminants can bringing bigger issues for your health but do not have any taste, smell or change in appearance. Throughout Henry County, in the past 7 years, there have been warnings for 3 specific contaminants: lead, trihalomethanes, and fluoride. [...]

2019-11-02T10:15:16-04:00December 14th, 2016|

Water Bottles the Cost to You & the Environment

Years ago when children were out running the neighborhood they would become thirsty and simply find a hose to drink from. We have since learned that overheated garden hoses have some contaminates in them and it is probably not a great idea to drink from them. But today people purchase water bottles believing that bottled [...]

2016-11-30T13:22:42-05:00November 30th, 2016|

Why your city water could need conditioning

Those who have a private well for water are familiar with the smell of sulfur, or rotten eggs. If you have city water you may sometimes get a hint of the chlorine that is used to clean the water of contaminants, but what about the things you cannot smell in the water? As many as [...]

2016-11-17T18:45:05-05:00November 17th, 2016|