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Is Rotten Egg Smell in House Dangerous?

April 3, 2024

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The rotten egg smell in your house, often due to hydrogen sulfide gas, is generally not dangerous in low concentrations. It’s unpleasant and can indicate bacterial growth in your water heater or issues with your water supply. While the smell itself is not dangerous at low levels, it’s essential to address its cause to ensure water quality and safety in your home. Our Corro-Protec anode rods can effectively stop this issue by preventing bacterial growth in water heaters, ensuring your hot water remains odor-free.

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