Leak Assist $100 rebate program and water meter relocation update

Hi there, it’s Brad from Element Plumbing & Gas here. An important announcement from the Water Corporation for our much valued clients is below. This blog post is regarding the Leak Assist $100 rebate program and an update on water meter relocation.

Have you heard about the Leak Assist $100 rebate program? If not, then be sure to read the following.

Leak Assist $100 rebate program:

The Water Corporation is pleased to introduce the Leak Assist rebate program that permits eligible domestic clients to claim a $100 rebate on the expense of using a certified plumbing professional to take care of household leaks. The rebate is applied to the client’s upcoming Water Corporation bill.

The bottom line:

  • The program expires on 15 June 2021 or until the number of rebates allowed as part of the program has actually been claimed.
  • Offered for residential homes connected to scheme water in the Perth metro area and also Mandurah.
  • A fixed rebate of $100 will be applied to the client’s upcoming Water Corporation bill.
  • One rebate per residential property.
  • Any kind of leakage, visible or non-visible, is permitted.
  • The client needs to have an invoice, dated after July 8 2020, that displays the plumbing technician’s licence number.
  • The accredited plumbing professional or client can submit the application form.
  • The application form is located on the Water Corporation’s Leak Assist webpage.

To find out more about the Leak Assist $100 rebate:

  • Visit the Water Corporation website’s Leak Assist webpage.
  • A PDF containing this information is also readily available in the members’ area of the Water Corporation’s website – see Water Corporation Leak Assist in Members’ Resources.

Water meter relocation update:

Updated guidance and advice on the relocation of water meters from the Water Corporation is listed below.

The key points are:

  • Clients need to lodge a meter relocation application with Water Corporation and also pay initial costs, then schedule a licensed plumbing professional to relocate internal pipework.
  • A licensed plumbing technician has to relocate internal pipework prior to Water Corporation scheduling the relocation of the meter.
  • The licensed plumbing technician has to maintain water supply to the residential property by setting up a short-term water service line from the meter bend (provided by the plumbing professional) at the new location back to the existing meter.
  • The client has to get in touch with the Water Corporation after relocation of internal pipework so the meter relocation can be scheduled.

For additional information:

  • Visit the relocate a water meter webpage on the Water Corporation’s website.
  • Access the members’ area of the Water Corporation’s website and view the Water Corporation Meter Relocation Process in Members’ Resources.

Contact Us regarding the Leak Assist $100 rebate program and water meter relocation

If you require any additional guidance, then please reach out to me. I am happy to assist you.