Water heater rod?

by Yvette Anderson
(Indian Head, MD USA)

We live in a home with a well and we have been using the Culligan system for the last 6 years.
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The Culligan system is okay but we still get the sulfur smell (at times), which doesn't allow us to feel comfortable enough to drink our tap water. We will however; cook and bath in the water.

I was once told that there was some type of rod that could be changed in my water heater to completely correct the problems that I am currently having with my system.

I have considered getting a reverse osmosis system as well but I even have reservation about that. Can you lend me your expert advise. Thank you.

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