Funds are currently available. Rebates received after Monday, Sept. 20, 2021 will not be processed until Oct. 1, 2021 at the start of the new fiscal year.
If you replace a high-volume toilet with one featuring a WaterSense label, you may qualify for a rebate! Learn more about WaterSense and find qualifying models.
How do I apply?
- Review the rebate application for program guidelines. To qualify, your home must have been built in 2005 or earlier.
- Select, purchase and install a low-flow toilet. Save your receipts and bar codes!
- Schedule disposal of your old toilet by calling 214.509.4551.
- Complete the Residential Toilet Rebate Application as soon as possible. Your rebate won’t be processed until all paperwork is received.
How much can I save?
If your rebate application is approved, the City of Allen will rebate 50% of the price of a qualifying toilet tank, bowl, installation hardware, wax ring and installation costs incurred by a licensed plumber up to $100 for the first toilet, $75 for the second and $50 for the third, each for separate bathrooms. Tax not included. Limit one toilet per bathroom, up to three, for the lifetime of a residence.