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Sulfur & Other Bad Smells in Milwaukee Water Heaters

Midwest Water Heater Eliminates Unpleasant Odors from Hot Water Heaters

You were hoping to get rid of the day’s scents in the shower when you notice an even worse smell: rotten eggs. Sulfuric or fishy smells coming from your hot water heater can mean that anaerobic bacteria are growing in your water heater and producing odorous gases. In more serious cases, the smell could be caused by hydrogen sulfide, which is toxic at high levels. If you’re holding your nose when you should be unwinding, contact Midwest Water Heater.

Midwest Water Heater Deals with Sulfur Issues Caused by:

  • Organic Matter
  • Sulphates
  • Anaerobic Bacteria
  • Magnesium Anode Rods

It isn’t normal for hot water to smell like rotten eggs, burning wires, dirt, or gas. If you suspect a gas leak or water contamination, call a professional immediately. Midwest Water Heater is on the job 24/7 with emergency plumbing services for hot water heater issues.

Yearly Service Prevents Bad-Smelling Sater

Regular maintenance keeps your water from smelling like rotten eggs or sewage. Don’t suffer through awful smells. Get in touch with Midwest Water Heater. Our plumbers can keep your water heater free from build-up and make sure the tank stays clean.

Contact Midwest Water Heater today for a free quote.