Tell your landlord about the $200 rebate for fixing a leak
If you’re renting a property and find a leak, it’s worth informing your landlord or property manager and asking if they know about Living Water Smart’s Leak Find and Fix rebate. To be eligible for this rebate, they would need to contact one of Living Water Smart’s registered plumbers to check the leak, and if it costs less than $200 to fix, they won’t have to pay anything towards it.
All you need to do is forward them this article for information (if they’re unaware of the rebate), and be at home for the appointment with the plumber - that’s your job done!
Information for landlords and property managers
What’s included in the $200 Leak Find and Fix rebate?
- Attendance (call out fee) by one of our registered plumbers at your home or business for 30 minutes to validate the presence of a leak, and the volume of water leaking.
- Leak detection services to find the location of your leak (e.g. in the irrigation, toilet, or an underground pipe etc).
- If it’s a quick and easy fix, the plumber will fix it there and then.
- If the leak will cost more than the $200 rebate value to fix, the plumber will provide you with a quote before commencing work.
How much will you save on average by fixing the leak?
In Katherine, around one in eight homes and one in three businesses has a water leak. On average these leaks are wasting around 300 000 litres of water amounting to about $580 per year from your hip pocket.
I’d like to get my leak fixed using the $200 Leak Find and Fix rebate. What do I need to do?
View our list of registered plumbers, call your preferred supplier and arrange an appointment. It really is that simple. You don’t even need to ask to be reimbursed as the plumber will invoice Living Water Smart directly.