Asked by: Ismelda Nadeau
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How much does PSEG charge to replace water heater?

Last Updated: 8th April, 2021

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Through my PSEG worry free contract the price range was $900-$1300. Includes permit/installation/removal of old water heater. If you call before 1 pm they can replace same day.

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Also question is, does PSEG replace water heaters?

PSE&G's WorryFree Replacement Service* does include the replacement of water heaters. PSE&G will send an authorized licensed plumbing contractor to replace residential water heaters. You can call one of PSE&G's water heater experts at 1-800-240-3609 to help you.

Similarly, does PSEG worry free cover replacement? As a PSE&G customer, you can enjoy WorryFree Protection for your heating and cooling systems and major appliances and take the worry out of unexpected repair costs. Our plans are affordable and there are no charges or deductibles for covered parts or labor.

Also to know is, how much does it cost to replace a water heater?

Water Heater Replacement Cost. Replacing a water heater usually costs $500 to $1,800 for a replacement of the same style and size. Other costs can add anywhere from $50 to $1,500 or more, including permit fees, expansion tanks and carpentry work.

Do you need a permit to replace a water heater in NJ?

Electrical and Plumbing contractors must be licensed by the State of NJ. They do not have to be registered if they have a license from the appropriate licensing Board. Do I need a permit to replace my water heater? Yes, a permit is required to replace your water heater or furnace/boiler.

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