Plumbing rebates for many North Texas homeowners are currently available. Listed below are the cities (in alphabetical order) with their specific rebates and restrictions. More information is available through the respective city websites that are listed:
- Homes built before 2002 and with water pressure of over 80 psi can receive a 50 percent rebate (up to $125) when a licensed plumber installs a pressure reducing valve (PRV).
- Homes built before December 2005 with toilets of 1.28 gallons or less can receive 50 percent rebates to purchase and have a qualifying low flow toilet installed by a licensed plumber. The rebate will be up to $100 for the first toilet, $75 for the second and $50 for the third.
- Having a rain and freeze sensor installed by a licensed irrigator means a $50 rebate from the city for every utility account.
- For each rain barrel purchased, the city rebates up to $25 per barrel.
- Those purchasing a qualifying high-water efficiency washing machine receive 50 percent rebates up to certain prices. Tier 3 machines are $125, Tier 2 are $100 and Tier 1 are up to $75.
More information on the H2Ome Improvement Rebate Program »
- Free pressure reducing valves (PRV) for residents with water pressure above 95 psi.
- Free rain and freeze sensors to city water customers. Those receiving the device must install it on their own, allowing for a retrofit of the automatic irrigation system.
More information on retrofits and rebates in Carrollton »
- Assistance from the city for minor plumbing issues. These include leaking faucets, hose bib leaks, pipe joints that can be accessed easily and replacement of fixtures.
- Up to two free high-performance toilets for those having toilets installed before 1994. A $90 rebate per toilet is also available.
More information on rebates and incentives in Dallas »
- A utility credit of either $150 or for the amount to purchase and install a pressure reduction valve (PRV), whichever is less.
More information on the pressure reduction rebate »
- A utility credit of $150 or equalling the purchase price of a residential rain barrel, whichever is less.
More information on the rain barrel rebate program »
- A utility credit rebate for the purchase price of a high-water efficient washing machine or $50 rebate, whichever is less.
More information on the washing machine rebate program »
- A utility credit for purchasing a rain and freeze sensor will match the purchase price up to $50.
More information on the rain and freeze sensor rebate »
- Residents receive one water-saving shower head when trading in their old one.
More information on the free shower head exchange program »
- A free checkup on a sprinkler system from a licensed irrigator is available to residents.
More information on the free sprinkler system check-ups »
- Purchasing discounted rain barrels from Rainwater Solutions, Inc. is an option for residents.
Learn more about the rain barrel program in Frisco »
- A utility rebate credit is available with a new high-efficient toilet purchase: $100 for the first, $75 for the second and $50 for the third.
- An additional utility credit rebate for purchasing a new high-efficiency washing machine is available. The amounts are $125 for Tier 3, $100 for Tier 2 and $75 for Tier 1.
More information on the water conservation credit »
- Rebates up to $150 are available for replacing a rain and freeze sensor and/or an ET controller.
More information on the rain & freeze sensor rebate »
- Those residents with established irrigation systems can still obtain a rebate of up to $125 for purchasing an ET irrigation controller. Irrigation installation must have been before 9/1/2007.
More information on the ET controller rebate »
- Residents with health or safety concern due to excusable defect can obtain a leak credit, which is applied monthly to their water for up to three months and based on water consumption.
More information on hydrant meter rental & leak credits »
- Access to the AquaHawk Reporting System, which detects odd water patterns and alerts residents quickly is free for residents.
- Any single-family home, duplex, condominium or townhouse built in 1981 or before that’s current on insurance and taxes is eligible for up to $5,000 of repairs per year. The home’s appraisal must be equal to or less than $234,255, with repairs needed consisting of at least 10 percent of the appraised price. A 10 percent rebate for interior improvement and 25 percent for exterior improvement which must be completed are available.
More information on the Great Update Rebate »
- Residents receive a 50 percent rebate (up to $500) when a licensed plumber installs a pressure reducing valve (PRV), which includes the cost of the PRV and other parts. A water pressure of over 80 psi is necessary and the residence (single-family, condominium, duplex or townhouse) must have been built before January 1, 2013.
- Purchasing a high-efficiency WaterSense-labeled toilet from a Plano retailer for a home built in 1994 or before offers resident a $100 utility credit for the first toilet, $75 credit for the second and $50 for the third.
Apply for a residential high-efficiency toilet rebate »
- Residents with irrigation systems lacking a rain and freeze sensor installation receive a $50 water bill credit for one installation, with $25 also available if a licensed irrigation professional performs the work.
- Indoor and outdoor water conservation kits are available.
- Homeowners remodeling or reconstructing a single-family homes can receive a payment based on the amount of the pre-construction and post- construction appraised value of the property-multiplied by 10.
More details on the home improvement incentive program »
Call the experts at Legacy Plumbing with any other questions you may have regarding qualifying rebates and credits for plumbing improvements that will not only save you money, but help save water and the environment.
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