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Posted on: September 13, 2022

Get Help Replacing Your Toilet

Time for an upgrade

By replacing an older toilet, you can help save water every day and keep your water bill as low as possible.  When considering whether or not to replace your toilet, ask yourself these questions:

  • Is it more than 20 years old?
  • Does it leak often?
  • Does it need 2 flushes to clear the bowl?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, it may be time to update your toilet.

The cost of replacing a toilet varies widely. And while it’s hard to find a toilet for less than $100, there is a good selection of water wise toilets that cost under $200. Another major cost consideration is the installation. If you’re doing the installation yourself, you can keep costs low as you’ll only need to purchase a few small parts like a wax ring and some sealant.
 
$100 Rebate

Replace your old toilet and get a $100 rebate through the Saving Water Partnership. To qualify, your existing toilet must be older than 2004 and the new one must be eligible for the rebate.

How it works:

  1. Go to savingwater.org/rebates to read the full participation criteria. 
  2. Buy and install an eligible toilet. Save the receipt.
  3. Submit an online application at savingwater.org/rebates.  You’ll need a digital copy of your receipt and a recent water bill.
  4. Receive a check in the mail. 

Visit savingwater.org for more tips, tools, and rebates to help people preserve our region’s water for future generations. When we work together to use water wisely, it adds up to make a big difference.

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