Plumbing Rebates in Your Region

Rebates from your municipal or regional government can help offset the costs of protecting your home against flooding and water damage. Consult the links below to learn more about available rebates and their eligibility criteria in your location.

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Rebates

Use the links below to learn about plumbing rebates in your area. Keep in mind that rebates vary by region and some limitations may apply. You may be required to keep proof of purchase and related receipts to be eligible, and you’ll have to contact your city or municipality for an inspection of any work done.

When you choose Enercare for your plumbing upgrades, we secure all the necessary permits and can support you in qualifying for plumbing rebates. Contact us to learn more about our plumbing services.

BarrieHamilton: Lead Water Service PipesOrangevilleVaughan
BrantfordKingstonOttawaWelland
CollingwoodLondonOxford CountyWindsor: Basement Flooding Protection
Durham RegionMarkhamPeel RegionWindsor: Downspout (Eavestrough) Disconnection
GuelphMississaugaPeterborough
HaltonNewmarketSt. Catharines
Hamilton: Protective PlumbingNiagara FallsToronto

Common Plumbing Upgrades

Sump pumps, backwater valves and weeping tile are the most common projects eligible for government rebates. They’re also the easiest ways to protect your home from flooding and water damage. Here’s a brief description of what they do:

Sump Pumps

Sump pumps remove excess water from under your home and drain it into a city storm drain or dry well. You may want to consider installing a sump pump if you live in an area prone to flooding or if your basement sits below the water table

Backwater Valves

A backwater valve prevents outbound wastewater from re-entering (or “back-flowing”) into your plumbing. The valve contains a flap that allows water to only flow in one direction – away from your home and into a sewer. Installing a backwater valve could save you thousands of dollars in repairs and cleanup in the case of a flood.

Weeping Tile

A weeping tile (also called a “drain tile” or “perimeter tile”) draws water away from your foundation through a porous plastic pipe. Water flows through the pores in the pipe into a main sewer line. You may want to consider installing a weeping tile if your basement becomes damp after a rainfall or if you want to protect your home’s foundation. Since they are expensive and difficult to replace, you may be eligible for larger rebates.

Still Have Questions? Contact Us for An Inspection.

Sump pumps, backwater valves and weeping tile all prevent water from entering your home, but there are other factors that could cause flooding or water damage to your home. If you’re unsure about whether your home is fully protected, contact Enercare to schedule an inspection from one of our fully licensed plumbers. 

Why Choose Enercare For Your Plumbing Job or Repair?

Enercare gives you peace of mind knowing your home is protected from water damage and is up to code. We make plumbing repairs and inspections easy by giving you: 

A fixed-price quote that includes all parts and labour – no hidden charges

Expert advice and quality work performed by fully licensed plumbers

A one-year parts and 90-day labour guarantee for all repair work completed*

Service for all equipment makes and models 

We secure all permits (if required) before doing any work in your home.

Fast, easy appointment booking through our mobile app when you subscribe to one of our plans

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