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Water Heater Experts at Just Your PlumMer

Just Your Plummer is a equal opportunity employer. We have been in business since 2007 and have over 90 reviews on YELP.

Expert Water Heater Installation & Repair

If you’ve noticed your showers becoming shorter and shorter due to a lack of hot water, it’s likely you’ve asked yourself how much it costs to install a new water heater and what factors influence that price?

According to highly rated plumbing companies  interviewed, the average lifespan of a traditional tank-style natural gas water heater or electric water heater is only eight to 12 years, making a water heater one of the most common home improvement investments.

So how much should it cost? According to the pros, the actual costs to install a new hot water heater, whether it’s a conventional unit or a more energy-efficient tankless water heater, are highly variable.

“The cost depends on the type of installation and that’s unique to each individual project,” she says. “It depends on what type of unit the customers currently have, what they’re replacing it with and what has to change to bring the installation up to current code.”

Most 50-gallon natural gas water heaters. According to Bluebook International, which publishes residential repair and replacement costs, installing a 50-gallon natural gas water heater costs between $795 and $1,550. But at Just Your PlumMer the price is still only $595 for a conventional unit, and $750 for the basic tank-less installation. Call today: (858) 333-7200

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