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Question: The most common residential water heater tank capacity is 50 gallons.
Top Answer (58% of 24 votes): True.

Answer: True
Explanation: New standard
Georgia Master Plumbing
Answer: False
Explanation: A 40 Gal tank is even cheaper than a 30 Gal tank becuase of the volume of product moved, the wholesaler can purchase at a cheaper price. 50 Gal and up even costs more.
Air Connection
Answer: False
Explanation: 40 gallon
CUSTOM INSTALLATIONS INC.
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Answer: False
Explanation: 40 gallons
Stanley S Plumbing
Answer: False
Explanation: most common that I install is 40 GAL
CASEY'S HVAC LLC
Answer: True
Explanation: They are available in tall or short models - gas, propane, or electric
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