These estimates are for BASIC work performed in serviceable conditions by qualified trade professionals using MID GRADE materials. Work not mentioned on this page and/or work using master craftsman, premium materials and project supervision will result in HIGHER COSTS!
These estimates are NOT substitutes for written quotes from trade professionals. Excel Moving & Hauling Omaha strongly recommends that you contact reputable professionals for accurate assessments of work required and costs for your project - before making any decisions or commitments.
The cost estimate includes:
Costs for local material / equipment delivery to and service provider transportation to and from the job site.
Costs to prepare the worksite for Water Heater Removal, including costs to protect existing structure(s), finishes, materials and components.
Costs for job cleanup and debris removal at project completion.
Labor setup time, mobilization time and minimum hourly charges that are commonly included for small Water Heater Removal jobs.
The cost estimate does NOT include:
Costs for removing, relocating, repairing, or modifying existing framing, surfacing, HVAC, electrical, and plumbing systems - or bringing those systems into compliance with current building codes.
Costs for testing and remediation of hazardous materials (asbestos, lead, etc).
General contractor overhead and markup for organizing and supervising the Water Heater Removal. Add 15% to 23% to the total cost above if a general contractor will supervise this project.
Sales tax on materials and supplies.
Permit or inspection fees (or portion thereof) required by your local building department for your overall project.
Water Heaters cannot be placed on the curb on trash-collection day, but there are a few ways to get rid of them. Contact Omaha officials or the local waste management department to find out if your area has an appliance recycling program or call a water heather removal company in Omaha NE to haul it away.
How to Dispose of Hot Water Heaters in Omaha NE
Most homes have a hot water heater that provides the homeowner with a plentiful supply of hot water. The tank fills up, the unit heats the water and the is hot water is expelled from the faucets in your home. When hot water heaters break or when you need to upgrade to a different size or style, it is important to know how to properly dispose of the units. These items cannot be placed on the curb on trash-collection day, but there are a few ways to get rid of them.
Contact Omaha officials or the local waste management department to find out if your area has an appliance recycling program. If it does, take the hot water heater to the designated location. Alternatively, find out if you can place the hot water heater with your regular trash on a community recycling day.
Call your local recycling facility and ask if it accepts hot water heaters. Take the hot water heater to the facility. Find out if the recycling facility pays cash for the piece as most facilities profit from stripping and recycling the metal components of the unit.
Contact your landfill if you cannot recycle the hot water heaters in your area. Take the unit to the landfill. Pay the disposal fee that often is based on the weight of the item.
Call Excel Moving & Hauling Omaha for water heather disposal. Excel charges only $35 for water heater removal and haul away service.
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