Not all leaks are obvious and have the potential of wasting lots of water and money. Even a small leak can use thousands of litres of water.

If you are a residential property owner in the Perth or Mandurah metro area, you can get a $100 rebate when you get your leak repaired. All you need to do is follow our 3 easy steps to claim your rebate:

Step 1
Confirm that you have a leak with our online leak detection tool. All it takes is 15 minutes!

 

Step 2
Find and book a licensed plumber near you. If you need help visit our Waterwise Specialists page to find a Waterwise Plumber near you.

When your plumber repairs your leak please make sure you ask the plumber to:

  • Write down your meter number
  • Take a meter reading after finalising the repairs
  • Write down what was leaking eg. valve, fitting or other (this can be included in the invoice)
  • Provide a description of the repairs
  • If it is an irrigation leak, ask if you have a manual isolation valve or master solenoid installed.

 

 

Once approved, your $100 rebate will be applied to your water bill. Please note that rebates are limited, so we encourage you to submit your application soon after the repairs are made.

Terms and conditions apply. Please view our list to ensure that you qualify for this offer:

  • All applications must be received by 15 June 2021
  • You must be a residential property owner in the Perth or Mandurah metro area
  • You can only apply for 1 rebate per property
  • Your property must be connected to scheme water
  • Your leak repairs need to be undertaken by a licensed plumber
  • You have a copy of the invoice from the plumber (dated on or after 8 July 2020) that includes the plumbers license number.
  • View full terms & conditions

 

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