Cost to replace a Water Heater

There is a wide range of variables that impact the cost to replace a water heater, generally older homes require additional consideration when replacing a water heater.

thermal expansion tank support
Silver Package 
-Bradford White 50 gal water heater installed
-6yr limited warranty
-Haul away of old tank
-New copper and fittings
-gas line code updates
-New 3/4" ball valve
-Must be open loop system.
-Minor adjustments to venting included.
-Water pressure must be below 80psi.
-Some cities may require a thermal expansion tank.
-Expansion tank would add $94 if required.
Gold Package 
-6 Year Full Warranty, on Tank, Parts and Labor. 
-New PRV or Pressure Regulating Valve for whole house.
-2 gal Thermal Expansion tank installed with support bracket.
-Bradford White RG250T6N 40,000 BTU 
-Tank made in USA 
-Gas line code upgrades
-New copper and fittings for water heater.
-Removing and hauling away old tank.
-Upgraded ball valve with FIP, dezincification resistant brass.
-Saddle valves for humidifier replaced

Additional Options to Consider
-Water Heater pan
-Drain pipe from pan to floor drain
-Install unit on bricks
-Replace vent connector
-4 gal Thermal Expansion tank
-Replace gas cock (1980 & older homes only)
Venting is often replaced for both the water heater and furnace using a thicker 26ga metal, running 4" to the water heater, and adding a double wall wye to the flue. The additional venting work usually adds anywhere from $45-$200. For specific pricing on this portion you may email a picture of the venting to 

Install times are 9:00am, or in the afternoon around 1:00pm. Installations usually take around 3 hours.

You may book an appointment through email at or you can call the answering service at (913) 962-7000 and provide your address and request for a call back.

*6yr full labor warranty does not apply when a water softener has been installed as they significantly reduce water heater lifespan. Unit must be accessible and located in the basement. Additional Permit fees may apply in certain areas. 

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*Many older homes will have atmospheric water heaters venting into a Masonry Chimney which can change the type of water heater we would install. In most cases a Flue Liner must be installed prior to installing a new water heater. Homes built prior to 1970 may not be good candidates for an atmospheric tank, other options could be electric tank or gas tankless systems. In either case there are additional costs to be considered when working in older homes.