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Posted on: March 1, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Customers can earn up to $75 for fixing a leak during month of March

Leaky faucet

To assist customers with costs associated with leak repairs and to help conserve our most precious resource - water, Sweetwater Authority (Authority) is offering rebates of up to $75 for repairs made in March 2021. The special month-long rebate is in celebration of the national Fix a Leak Week, which serves as an annual reminder to check household plumbing fixtures and irrigation systems for leaks.

In addition to rebates on leak repairs, the Authority is also offering a $75 rebate for customers who replace or install a new pressure reduction valve at their home. These valves help to address high pressure that can cause increased wear on fittings, making them more prone to leaks.

For an application and additional information on how to apply for the rebate, please visit www.sweetwater.org/fixaleak.

Minor water leaks account for more than a trillion gallons of water wasted each year in homes across the country. To promote the importance of repairing leaks as a means to conserve and protect everyone’s water supply, Fix a Leak Week was created by the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) WaterSense program. The Authority goes beyond the EPA’s week and offers this promotion for the full month of March. 

To learn more about the rebate, or to schedule a free water audit for your home or business, please call the Authority’s Water Efficiency helpline at (619) 409-6779 or email waterefficiency@sweetwater.org.

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