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Average rating for Water Heater Parts
(4.4 / 5)
2,394 Reviews
  1. 1 month ago
    Plumbing Made Easy
    I recently replaced my hot water heater and replaced the existing ¾ in. copper piping with Sharkbite connections. On the cold water side I changed the piping with a ¾ in. x 18 in. flexible stainless steel braided connection containing a ball valve. On the hot water side I used a ¾ in. x 18 in. Sharkbite flexible stainless steel braided connector without the ball valve. It made replacing the hot water heater a breeze. The last time I installed the heater I had to be precise in cutting the copper ... read more piping and then they had to be sweated. This Sharkbite design makes plumbing less worrisome. What is also easy is that the connections can be opened using the appropriate Sharkbite disconnect clip. Sharkbite had an issue with the black rubber core inside the piping several years ago breaking down. I was told this problem has been resolved with product made in 2015 and going forward.
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  2. 4 years ago
    Easy!
    Quick to do! hooked right up to our new Bradford White water heater and slipped on to the 3/4" cleanly cut copper pipes on the hot and cold sides. It's been over a year since I did this with no problems yet.
  3. 5 days ago
    It works
    Works great, easy to install, no leaks. I used it to attach my new tankless water heater to the supply line, and I even used a separated tool (not included) to separate and reattached the sharkbite when I put up new dry wall. No leaks at all. One word of caution: only attach a shark bite to a straight length of pipe. Do not use it near a bend.
  1. 2 years ago
    VERY VERSATILE
    First time I tried this product. it was easy to install and made the hookup to a tankless water heater a snap.
  2. 2 years ago
    piece of cake
    this product was very easy to use and install works perfect huge time saver. I'm a HVAC installer so I'm very familiar with soldering and other plumbing needs but I believe any skill set could use this product successfully.
  3. 2 years ago
    Great Copper Replacement Flex Line
    I purchased these Copper flex lines to use for the installation of a new water heater that we purchased. I had to order them as they were out of stock in store. They shipped quickly and received in good condition. The 24'' length was good for two hook ups but needed a 18'' one for the top of heater. I would advise to get both so you won't have a problem during install. They bend fairly easily and install nicely when soldered in correctly. No leaks when completed !
  1. 10 months ago
    22 IN. I.D. ALUMINUM WATER HEATER DRAIN PAN
    Be careful not to bend the pan. Perfect size for my narrow closet installation.
  2. 6 months ago
    Great for what it is designed for!
    In the past when the water heater gave in, water all over the place. This time the water heater has this underneath and feel confident it will be a life saver..
  3. 6 months ago
    A Must Have When Installing A New Water Heater
    Its nice because it includes the drainage fitting with it. On the other hand the price is a bit steep.
  1. 3 months ago
    Did the trick
    My water heater's T&P valve had been leaking for awhile. I replaced it but it didn't make any difference. I added this tank on the cold water line just after it enters the house. No more problems.
  2. 7 months ago
    Nice DIY Project
    Easy to install. You will need a water pressure gauge ($10) to determine the pressure of your water supply and an air pump to properly balance the pressure on the air side of the diaphragm, but there are videos on-line that show you how. Not difficult if you follow the instructions included. Be sure to get the right size expansion tank by checking the guide in the store.
  3. 1 year ago
    Fixed my problem
    I installed this expansion tank because our gas water heater kept dripping water out the pressure relief valve whenever it fired. Additionally, we did have banging pipes when solenoid controlled valves were turned on (such as the washing machine). Installation of this tank corrected both. When the water heater was firing, it was raising the pressure of the water (both hot and cold) throughout the house. There would be a pressure surge whenever a valve was opened the first time after the tank ... read more completed a heat cycle. This too was corrected, and the house now operates at the same pressure regardless of whether the tank has fired or not. Should have bought and installed a year ago, as I was having to empty a 5 gallon bucket about every 10 days.
  1. 2 years ago
    Great price and simple to install
    Just what I was looking for and at the price I wanted to pay.
  2. 2 years ago
    This product did as advertised
    Replaced original with this and fit in and worked smooth like usual
  3. 2 years ago
    One heck of a TPR valve
    From the moment my shears bit into the 10 gage plastic packaging, and on to feeling the smooth metal of the valve's body I knew this would be no ordinary valve experience. The valve threaded right in, just like every other one I've used, but something I've come to appreciate over the years. I wanted to be sure it really worked though, so I jumped the thermostat wiring, fired up the water heater, and let 'er boil. WOW - ever seen and heard one of these things blow? Get some ear plugs and stand ... read more back, way back, or that steam will burn the skin right off you. Seriously folks, it's a TPR, not much to like or dislike.
  1. 2 years ago
    Perfect fit!
    After noticing I wasn't finishing a quick shower with hot water unless I was reducing the cold water, I read online this was a quick, easy fix to try before replacing a hot water heater. Mine is an AO Smith installed in May 1996 (smart plumber who put a sticker on it). **Be careful opening the package - this is a plastic tube. Do not use a razor blade type cutter or knife. I worked at it with a scissors (lengthwise) being careful not to cut the tube. Whoever packaged up mine was a little cruel. ... read more Fully wrapped, rolled and folded over in heavy brown paper then added clear tape around the entire thing. Once I got the top opened up, I couldn't pull out the tube because they had taped it very well at the other end to the inside of the paper. I was lucky to have a shut off valve and a union just above the pipe nipple where this tube is installed. Quick work to disassemble. It was a little tough getting the old one out - which was a whopping 3 1/2" long. Needle nose pliers around the edges and just worked it up and out. With my "short" water heater, I trimmed off about 6"or 7" of this one, slid the rod in with the gasket at the top where the tube is flared - perfect fit. This tube is flexible enough to bend since my basement ceiling is about 7' high. One note of caution - the Rheem sticker on the tube needs to be removed before install - it is just thick enough to scrape off onto the internal pipe threads when installing the tube. Reassembled all the piping and started the water heater back up. Entire job took about an hour and included hunting up a couple of pipe wrenches and teflon tape. Now the cold water fills at the bottom of the tank and the hot is sucked out at the top! Great item - should be available in stores - especially with this tough economy. I'd like to see HD stock them, do a video and workshop for installing them. People can't always afford to replace the water heater and shouldn't have to when it is a cheap, simple fix like this.
  2. 3 years ago
    Just what I needed
    A broken or deteriorated dip tube can make your water heater inefficient. This item should be stocked in every store since it will fit several different brands, gas or electric. easy to install if you are comfortable working on plumbing.
  3. 2 years ago
    Perfect fit Hot Water Dip tube
    It is a simple plastic tube with gasket to take the cold water to the bottom of the tank and its is working as designed. Easy to install but most of the old dip tube is on the bottom of the tank with no way to get it out. Shouldn't be a problem.
  1. 2 years ago
    The Copper pipe was a perfect fit
    The product was perfect size and fit. It was a breeze to work with and install. Thanks
  2. 2 years ago
    Better then stainless steel
    If you need a water heater connector go with copper instead of the stainless steel connectors. I have had 2 of the stainless steel leak in about 2 years after they were installed. They both developed pin holes in the lining of the connector and water sprayed all over the place. In the store the workers will tell you they will last forever. They don't. The stainless steel might but the lining does not.
  3. 2 years ago
    Good Overall Product
    It is what it is and does what it's supposed to do, Easy installation, no leaks, should last at least as long as the water heater I installed it on.
  1. 2 years ago
    Does the job
    It is a little hard to install but it does the job.
  2. 5 months ago
    required by law
    Selling my Mom's house, needed a second earthquake strap on the water heater. This one was a breeze to install, and looks to be very sturdy.
  3. 1 year ago
    perfect fit!
    Extremely easy to Install. I would definitely recommend this to anyone!
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