Electric water heater Bradford White vs AO Smith vs

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Dylan

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Looking for a quaility electric water heater with good parts availability. Plumber can get Bradford White and AO Smith or other. Considering the Bradford White 40 gal. Tall 4.5kW 2-Element - RE340T6-1NCWW-506. No easy access to gas or venting for gas. Alsp saw HTP everlast can't tell if it's a gimmick or really built for life.

1200 sq foot townhome, 2 bed, 2 bath, 2 people, current 40 gallon keeps up, buit is dripping at drain and put out dirty corroded water.
 

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Indeed, the Everlast stainless steel can't be beat. HTP is a very fine company with smart, premium engineering concepts.
Long term investment vs. multiple purchases at lower cost but spread out over time.
 

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Thanks, any trouble with parts availability or servicing for those heaters? Looks like they may be the best but want to be able to get parts if they break.
 
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