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Question DetailsAsked on 5/10/2016

does $550 sound excessive or installing an expansion tank

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For just an expansion tank (assuming you mean for a boiler or hot water heater, NOT a pressure equilization and surge absorption tank for a well or private water system pump) - provided there are not nasty access issues, yeah sounds high unless in most expensive parts of a very few very high cost urban areas - NYC, Boston, NY suburb areas of CT, SFO, Beverly Hills, etc. Below are a number of prior responses to this and related questions FYI - note some involve a Pressure Reducing Valve AND an expansion tank so obviously those costs for both would be somewhat higher, but enough there to ogive you a good handle on likely costs -


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