Internet #204834468

Model #HR-22-H

Store SKU #1000042829

22 in. Galvanized Steel Water Heater Stand

  • Constructed from Galvanized Steel
  • Supports up to 600 lbs.
  • Engineered for strong and safe water heater support
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Product Overview

Everbilt Water Heater Stands are engineered to be the strongest, safest and easiest stands to install in the market. The heavy duty, galvanized steel square top offers a secure platform that makes it the industry preferred solution by DIY, DIFM and professional contractors. Made of Galvanized Steel.
  • Rated up to 600 lbs.
  • Quick and easy to assemble with common household tools
  • Galvanized steel construction
  • Meets plumbing and building code requirements

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
21.5 in
Product Height (in.)
16 in
Product Width (in.)
21.5 in

Details

Compatible Brand/Model
Everbilt
Finish Family
Silver Metallic
For Use With
Electric Tank,Gas Tank
Material
Galvanized Steel
Pack Size
1
Product Type
Cabinet
Product Weight (lb.)
14 lb

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Must be installed per installation instructions.

Questions & Answers

9Questions31Answers

Will this hold an 80 gallons water heater?

Asked by JoP January 29, 2020
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One gallon of water weighs 8.34 pounds. Multiply by 80 x 8.34 = 667.2 pounds + (the weight of the heater itself). It's only rated for 600 pounds.

Why is it better to elevate the water heater? Is it in case the basement takes on water? If so,...

Asked by miked December 27, 2019
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Bought this to elevated my mini fridge so it would be off the ground and easier to reach into

The product description says the water heater stand is 16 in high. Is my understanding correct t...

Asked by Bill January 29, 2019
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It is 16 inches tall. There is a National plumbing code as well as State, County and City codes to which you must adhere to pass inspection. You will have to check with your code enforcement if you plan to have the installation inspected in order to pass. If you don't get it inspected, you will have to address the codes when you sell the home.

What is the gauge of the sheet metal used in this stand?

Asked by George August 20, 2018
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My sheet metal gauge read 17 on the legs and 16 gauge on the top.

I don't need to meet code requirements and would like to elevate my water heater by only 11 inche...

Asked by bp January 8, 2018
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You could do that by cutting a couple of the legs in half. For safety reasons I would not do that. https://www.ahit.com/news/Garage-Water-Heaters.htm

Should this stand be bolted to the floor or is it designed to be freestanding? It seems to me th...

Asked by BB December 25, 2017
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Can be attached to floor with existing slots on bottom or legs.

Could I attach drywall to the legs with sheet metal screws to close off the bottom without compromising the amount of weight the stand can hold.

Asked by Cjb June 30, 2016
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Drilling holes in the structural legs may compromise weight capacity of the stand. Not recommended!

where are tne brackets to bolt to floor ,bought itm no brackets ,home depot does not have any, unable to contact everbilt,should be included with item

Asked by steve April 29, 2016
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The unit does not include brackets for bolting to the floor and they are not needed or recommended. Drilling any holes in the legs could reduce the weight rating which is not something that should do and could result in collapse of the stand and the water heater.

how much is 1000 042 829 rated for

Asked by mike March 13, 2015
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600 lbs.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 103 reviews
  • 97% recommend this product
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Works great
The water heater stand is very easy to assembly and very sturdy. I would advise wearing gloves when handling to avoid getting cuts from the steel stand.
by TmyT
Beer Brewing and Fermentation Stand
Im using this as an economical alternative to all the overpriced “specialty” stainless steel beer brewing and fermentation stands/carts selling for hundreds of dollars.
by TheInnKeeper
It functions as advertised..just don't over tighten the screws
It functions as advertised..just don't over tighten the screws
by Hawklt4
Works, but I have a Very old Concrete floor, and it more than likely will go through it eventuall...
Works, but I have a Very old Concrete floor, and it more than likely will go through it eventually. Also is a but shake, needs cross support on lags, but was only one Home Depo stocks
by guywinslow
1 person found this helpful
Simplistic and perfect for the job!...
Simplistic and perfect for the job!
by HomeDepotCustomer
I bought this to use as a stand for my...
I bought this to use as a stand for my mini fridge and it is great. Just enough height to raise it off the ground. Putting it together was easy with the help of my dad and his drill.
by Rey
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
I’m using this for a mini fridge. Works like a...
I’m using this for a mini fridge. Works like a champ!
by Repurposed
Super east to assemble and sturdy!
Super east to assemble and sturdy!
by MARC
Had to shorten the height but other that it works...
Had to shorten the height but other that it works fine.
by Runningbrave
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