|Item Weight||120 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||0.6 x 18 x 23 inches|
|Item model number||MI40T6FBN-394|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Bradford White MI40T6FBN-394 40 Gallon Natural Gas Water Heater
|Price:||$840.15 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Advanced ScreenLok® Technology Flame Arrestor design
- Temp and Pressure relief valve mounted on top of heater
- Factory installed Hydrojet® Total Performance System
- ¾" NPT factory installed dielectric waterway fittings
- Altitude Specific - Only For Applications Up to 2000'
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Let me quickly explain the house and my family. We, my Mom, little sister, visiting older sister and myself live in a town house on Staten Island, NY which was built economically. There are 5 floors, including the entry hallway and basement, to compensate for the house being slim and is located at the end of the the line of connected houses. At the moment we do not have a dishwasher installed but will in time. There is one shower/bath, three faucets, two of those faucets being in two separate bathrooms. Temperature control comes from in-wall air conditioners located in three rooms. Heating, however, comes from baseboard heaters which are located throughout the whole house. Which the only time we would use it is during the late Fall, Winter and early Spring seasons. Unfortunately I cannot give my opinion on how it operates when the colder seasons roll around but will at a later date.
This water heater was purchases within a few days of the last one breaking down. Now when I found this out I did research to figure out the best possible brand and model to go with. What I learned in the my experience of all of this I will share with you. First off if you are going to buy a tankless water heater make sure it is natural gas and consult with your distributor because it's efficiency will depend on the number of water-run utilities in your house. Second is that a higher price water heater does not always mean you will get more bang for your buck. The Bradford White water heater we bought is an updated version of our old model.Read more ›
The price I got on this unit installed was fantastic. So far, it works quite well (knock on wood). It looks very nice and is easy to adjust the temperature. It *looks* well-built, although I do understand that many here have had problems with it. I like the fact that it's made in the USA because I think that, generally speaking, American made products are of a superior quality and I also like supporting American workers and American companies.
I discussed the quality of this unit with the fellow who sold it to me and installed it for me. I told him about some of the poor reviews that I had read and said it was a bit concerned about it. He told me that if you ask most plumbers what the best quality water heaters are, they'll say A.O. Reed and Bradford White. I asked how many of these heaters he has sold and installed and he said that the number is approximately 6,000 units over the course of 7 years. He said that, during that span, he's aware of only 2 problems. In one problem, the customer supposedly did something or other wrong (he told me, but I can't remember). The other issue was a product defect and the unit was replaced by Bradford White. So supposedly, 2 failures out of about 6,000 units sold and installed and allegedly only 1 due to manufacturer's defect.
Again, I'm not dismissing the comments of others. Indeed, perhaps in time I will find myself in the same situation, cursing Bradford White. But based on the comments of the fellow mentioned, the price, the fact it's American-made and the apparent build quality, I'll give it 5 stars.
Remember, I haven't owned it long. And I'll downgrade later if that becomes necessary. But so far, it seems like a nice water heater and a terrific value.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought my house and after 3 years this water heater failed. Corroded out. The warranty had run out 6 mos prior (of course). Replaced it with the same model. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Planned Obsolescence -- built to fail soon after warranty ends. The igniter / gas pilot failed on ours at 6 years; really??!! Remember when these were built to last 20+ years? Read morePublished 3 days ago by rebus
Bought in March 2012, and now in March 2015 its failing and we need a new one. Very dissatisfied. It has a 6 year warranty but certainly don't want to replace with the same brand!Published 2 months ago by Never too many books!
Unit professionally purchased and installed (by same Plumber) just over (5) years ago. This water heater is quiet, seemed to be a well made unit during this entire timeframe. Read morePublished 4 months ago by William Bash
Junk Water heater, to many safety fetchers it shouts off all the time.Published 4 months ago by Robert
Our BW that we put in 6.5 years ago went belly-up this week. The entire electronic control unit, made by Honeywell, simply stopped working. Plumber wanted $600 + labor to fix it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by John and Jane
Model m4403T6EN12 is 20 years old (from 1995) and works like a champ. we never runout, but it does take a few minutes to heat up and send hot water to the bathroom in the morning... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Betsy Morris
Do not buy a Bradford White! We had a 40 gallon Bradford White installed in 2007. Less than 8 years later, it failed! Read morePublished 9 months ago by S. GALAYDA