The most common cause of that smell is anaerobic bacteria reacting with sulfur and the sacrificial anode in your water heater. Replacing the sacrificial anode and increasing the temperature of your water heater should remove the odor.
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City Water Conservation starts May 1 and ends September 30 each year.
We recommend setting your water softener to 29 GPG (grains per gallon).
We have published a Water Quality Analysis Report that shows you what's in Chaska water. Here are a few articles on how the different elements in water can impact home brewing.
Typically, this can happen after we flush out our system during the spring. Open up your cold water on your faucet and keep the water flow at a steady stream for 15 minutes. If your water doesn't clear up after that, please call the Water & Sewer Department at (952) 448-4335.
Cloudy water is caused by tiny air bubbles in the water. Generally, your water will clear up in a few seconds.
Experts recommend annual flushing of your water heater to remove sediment. This helps prevent your water heater from corroding.