The most likely reason that your water smells like rotten eggs because it contains a gas called Hydrogen Sulfide which provides a strong and unpleasant sulfur odor.
Hydrogen Sulfide is a potentially problematic gas that can be harmful if it is released in an enclosed environment that humans regularly occupy. Hydrogen Sulfide is particularly dangerous because after the first sniff or two your sense of smell is desensitized and cannot readily identify there is an odor that danger present. Read More
There are several very good reasons for a water storage tank:
1. Storage tanks provide a reserve of water that can be used during high demand periods when your well is not able to meet the instantaneous high demands. For example, your landscape irrigation requires 15 gallons per minute for an hour to water the main lawn, orchard or vineyard BUT the well only produces 10 gallons per minute. A storage tank is used as a buffer to be able to supply the additional demand for the hour or two per day that this additional demand is required. Read More
Just as different seasons bring different temperatures, rainfall, and colors to foliage; the seasons can also impact the demands on your water system. Water usage is typically low for late fall and winter seasons and increases when spring comes along and people start gardening, spring cleaning, and getting the pool ready for the summer months. Read More
The use of potable water storage tanks in Napa offers a wide variety of benefits, as it helps a community maintain a stable water supply. These water tanks are excellent resources during the dry summer months and are also a valuable tool against the dangers of wildfires. These high-quality tanks range in many different sizes and can be built from various materials. Here are just a few of the advantages and disadvantages of using each material for the construction of a water tank. Read More