You go to your kitchen sink to start washing dishes. As you flip on your faucet, you suddenly smell a familiar and unpleasant odor. Uh oh. It’s your friend sulfur again, and it’s back with the stench of rotten eggs.
If you smell this odor and immediately know it’s sulfur, you’ve likely had this problem previously. Maybe it was in a hotel or a beach rental or another property you weren’t responsible for. This time, it’s in your home, and unless you do something about it, you’re going to have to live with it. Keep reading to discover not only why your water smells like sulfur but what you may be able to do to solve it. After all, knowing the source of the problem helps you get to the solution.