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Average rating for Water Heater Parts
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2,393 Reviews
  1. 1 month ago
    Plumbing make easy.
    Shark bite has some great products. They make plumbing easy for everyone. I am so glad that they make them for water heaters now. Because I suck at soldering copper pipe.
  2. 2 months ago
    sharkbite
    easy install no directions needed.as easy as plug and play.
  3. 7 months ago
    A new plumbing application for me
    I recently replaced my electric hot water heater with a Rheem purchased online via Home Depot. I had always replaced sinks, water lines, etc. with the typical connection involving cpvc pipe and glue. I would always wait and see to make sure my connections would be water tight. I found the push to connect at the Home Depot and the sales person indicated that it was even approved for behind the wall application. I decided to go for the application and was very pleased with the ease and positive ... read more results with its use. I was impressed!!
  1. 1 year ago
    STAINLESS STEEL WATER HEATER SUPPLY LINE
    In my opinion these are the best supply lines. 3 Things, make sure the rubber washers are in the ends of the hose. Get a long enough hose so it doesn't kink. Make sure it's clear of the exhaust tube on gas water heaters.
  2. 10 months ago
    Huge improvement over older water heater connectors
    This flexible, sheathed water supply line is far superior to the older copper connectors that could actually be kinked and were difficult to reuse in any different configuration (new water heater connection in a different location than the older one, for example). Made installation of a hot water recirculation pump MUCH easier.
  3. 1 year ago
    everbilt stainless steel water heater supply line
    I like it. It is so easy to use anyone can do it.
  1. 1 year ago
    Good one and strongly recommend it
    Not an issue. Used it to connect to my new Gas-water heater (Rheem) that I had installed it recently. The flexibility of this piece makes the connection all the more simpler connecting between two pipes that are not in straight line.
  2. 1 year ago
    Love the Sharkbite!
    I have become rather adept at soldering copper pipe, but even still I look for Sharkbite fittings wherever I can. They are very easy to install, they don't leak from the first moment on, and they are coming out with a wider and wider array of fittings.
  3. 1 year ago
    What a relief!
    Actually I used 3/4in x 18in S/S push fitting. I have been using "Shark Bites" Connectors for quite awhile in all types of plumbing ie: hot / cold 1/2 to 3/4" pex tubing and copper and I have never had a problem. I recently used the push on connector when I replaced our water heater and it saved me time and worry about leaking. This is a great product.
  1. 2 years ago
    Best water heater connector
    I recommend to have the copper water connector for water heater. It's easy and no leak! Thank Home Depot.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  1. 2 years ago
    So easy to install
    Problem was detected quickly and install was a snap
  2. 2 years ago
    Quick replacement for leaky element...
    Never had to replace a leaky Water heater element before and this element along with the element wrench made the job simple and quick and no plumbers needed. Make sure to have some Teflon tape for the threads and you are set. Best to remove old element for a match there are two kinds, a deep and a shallow seat type. Make sure to turn off either the gas or electric and let the heater cool before removal.
  3. 2 years ago
    WORKS GREAT
    It was easy to repair the water heater and very little time and expense to take care of.
  1. 10 months ago
    Perfect for low headroom installation
    This review is for the Water Heater Smart 44 in. Hex Plug Style Segmented Magnesium Anode Rod Model #1017400. This product has an excellent segmented design with stainless steel links between magnesium rods. I installed the product in a 17 year old A.O. Smith 75 gallon water heater. The old rod was fairly disintegrated so I was able to remove it by bending it as it came out since I have only a few feet between the top of the tank and the ceiling. Putting in a new one piece rod would be ... read more impossible. The Water Heater Smart product worked perfectly. It dropped into the tank easily and screwed in tightly. I hope it will give my water heater many more years of life. Some things to know about changing your anode rod. All rods have the same hex nut on top which is 1 and 1/16 inches. Because of how tightly they are installed and the corrosion you must use a 6 point impact socket or you risk rounding off the nut. I didn't have a 1 and 1/16 socket but I did have a 27mm socket and it worked perfectly. It was so tight I had to use a breaker bar and a pipe on the ended of it to increase leverage. You do not want to hit it with a hammer as this could damage the tank interior. Make sure you turn off the water and gas/electric feeds first then drain a couple of gallons of water out of the tank to relieve pressure and prevent water from escaping when the rod is removed. The last thing you want is to have your tank turn as you try to break the anode rod free. This could damage you water pipe connections so have someone hold the tank as you break the anode free. As you pull out the old rod if there is not enough room and it wont bend, cut it into sections to get it out. Clean the port threads before you drop in the new anode rod. It may be difficult to get the threads started if the rod is moving around too much. If you run into this, drain out all of the water so the rod cannot float around. Tighten the anode securely but do not over tighten. I recommend about 6 turns of pipe tape on the threads before installation. Open a hot faucet on a tub then slowly open the water valve to fill the tank. Let the water run in the tub until air is out of the lines. You may find some sediment in the water for a while. I found letting the tank sit overnight with no hot water usage helped the sediment to stop coming through the lines. You may wonder, do I need an aluminum or magnesium rod. Either will work. You can tell which you currently have by looking at the hex nut of the anode. If it is a flat top, it is aluminum. If there is a bump in the center, it is magnesium. Aluminum tends to be less aggressive so it degrades slower (but your tank could be degrading faster). It also tends to flake causing a gritty feel in your water and in some cases it can become covered in calcium which prevents it from doing its job. Magnesium is more aggressive so it degrades faster but at the benefit of protecting your tank better. It also doesn't have the grit release like aluminum. I prefer using magnesium but remember to change the anode more often.
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  2. 7 months ago
    Great replacement for your used up anode rod
    First, some information about why you need a good anode rod in your hot water heater tank. An anode rod help keep your tank style water heater in good condition. The anode rod keeps the tank from rusting from the inside. The anode rod gets eaten up instead of the tank, but if the anode rod gets down to the steel core, then it can't do it's job and the water heater tank starts to deteriorate. Some water heaters have two anode rods (12-15 year tanks) which is a good thing, but most have only ... read more one. This anode rod is a segmented magnesium rod. The reason I chose the segmented anode rod is so I could get it in the heater without tipping it (the ceiling in the hot water heater closet isn't high enough). Removing the old rod was pretty easy. I had to remove the water heater cover, since the anode rod was hidden below the cover - some are accessible from the top of the tank without removing the cover. I turned off the water in the house, I hooked up a hose to the drain, then opened it up and drained about 2 gallons of water (keep most of the water in the tank, so it's more stable when trying to get the anode rod bolt off), then closed the valve. No leaks - that's good! I then removed the water lines and the vent pipe, then took the cover off. The anode rod bolt is 1 1/16" and I used a socket and breaker bar. I sprayed the bolt with my special penetrating oil (a mixture of kerosene and transmission fluid) and let it sit for an hour. When I pulled to old anode rod out, it still had some metal over the core, but I couldn't get it out, so I pulled it as high as I could, then I cut the rod with a metal blade in my jig saw. I had to do this twice to get the old rod out. Installing the new rod was a breeze. Some teflon paste on the threads, drop it in the tank - one section at a time, then cinch up the bolt. I put the cover back on and I decided to drain the tank, remove the debris at the bottom of the tank and install new water pipes - I figured that it was a good time to do some much needed maintenance on the old water heater. Installing a new anode rod should give me another 7 years from my water heater. With a new water heater in the $500 range, I feel that it's a smart move to change the anode rod.
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  3. 1 month ago
    Nice design
    Out water heater is 7 years old and we just now learned about changing the anode rod. The closet where it sits is a bit cramped, so we went with the segmented style to help with installation. Our well water is corrosive anyway, and no amount of prying or pounding will get our old anode rod out. For us, installation isn't going to happen. However, our water heater is likely limited in its lifespan and we will keep up on the anode rod replacement when we get a new one. This is the perfect design ... read more for our cramped closet.
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  1. 10 months ago
    Great alternative
    Great alternative to the original item in my water heater. Price was great.! Have plenty of hot water. Large savings from cost of original element.
  2. 3 years ago
    Typical Heating Element
    3800w heating element, seems to be an odd wattage rating. Home Depot had a larger variety of elements than the other hardware stores I checked. Fairly priced.
  3. 2 years ago
    Works as intended
    There's just not alot you can say about a water heater element. It works. It was easy to get out of the package, and it was inexpensive. Hot water problem solved.
  1. 3 years ago
    Heater Blankets
    I used these blankets to insulate my 18 foot wide by 8 foot high garage door. It was easy to cut and install (using Liquid nails) and has made about 10 degree difference in the internal temp. My door faces West and would reach 103 degrees in the late PM and temps in the garage were uncomfortable. Now they run just over 92 but with the 6000 BTU air con I can maintain temps around 89 with lo humidity. attic insulation is next. Door is much quieter now.
  2. 4 years ago
    I bought 2
    I taped the 2 along the 72" sides on my driveway. I then cut the 96" x 72" to 96" x 54". I wrapped the 40 gallon electric water heater around the previous vinyl and fiberglass blanket with about 8" to spare. I have 6" sticking up on top and will fill the space with the trimmings. The trick to wrapping the tank is to use 6" pieces of tape horizontally to bring the edges together, first at the top, then the middle and then the bottom. Two more in between and you are ready to tape the whole length. ... read more Buy a roll of aluminum tape if you have to, it is so easy that way.
  3. 1 month ago
    Great For Covering Radiators
    I am using this as a cover for a boiler system room radiator that I have no control over. The radiator at max heat gets hot to the touch; when on you probably could not leave your hand on it for more than 1 second. I have it wrapped over the radiator with the insulation side on the radiator metal, and as expected it almost completely eliminates heat coming from the radiator and makes sleep much more tolerable during the winter. There has been no damage to the insulation nor fire risk, ... read more however my radiators do not get hot enough to cause damage to fabrics, ymmv.
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