Can bacteria really be growing in my present household water system? - Frequently Asked Plumbing Questions, Answered by The Plumbing Expert.

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Can bacteria really be growing in my present household water system?

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Yes. Iron and sulfur bacteria can enter your household plumbing from a well. Once introduced, this bacteria usually remains and multiplies within your plumbing system. The result can be unwanted odors, along with red, slimy stains on plumbing fixtures.

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