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Is a CombiCor replacement the best option?

To preface, I will be hiring someone to do the work.

My water heater is at the end of its life. I'm not experiencing any issues, but it's time to be replaced. It is a Bradford White CombiCor (M-2-C-TW-50T10EN) 46 gallon 65,000 BTU.

I have a radiant in-floor heating system throughout my condo, which explains the "odd" specs of the unit.

My question is, what should I replace this with? I'm told that a direct replacement costs $3,000. If I'm going to be spending that much, I don't feel like conventional may be the best option. Is tankless a bad choice considering my heating system? What about hybrid?

I have a couple pics of the setup. As you can see, much of the radiant system piping needs to be removed just to pull the old tank out.

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