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Have 3.5+ gallon toilets?
Toho Water Authority is proud to be offering a Toilet Rebate Program to qualifying residential customers. If your home was built in 1995 or before and still has 3.5+ gallon per flush toilets you may be eligible for the rebate. Qualifying customers who comply with the program's guideline will receive a $145 rebate for each WaterSense® labeled toilet installed in their home. The rebate has a limit of two toilets per home. The replacement toilets must be 1.28 gallon per flush or less. Please take note that this program has a limited budget and is first come, first served.
Before you buy and install - You must call us first to receive a confirmation number.
Call us at 407-944-5124 to receive a confirmation number.
Requirements to Participate
You must receive your water from Toho Water Authority (Toho). The rebate will appear as a credit on your water bill.
You must be a residential customer and simple fee owner of the single-family home, townhome, condominium, or manufactured home in which the toilet(s) will be replaced.
You live in a home that was built in 1995 or before.
Your current toilet must use at least 3.5 gpf (gallons per flush) to qualify for the rebate.
Your replacement toilet must have the EPA WaterSense label and be a High Efficiency Toilet (HET) of 1.28 gpf (gallons per flush) or less.
The brand, model number and flow (gallons per flush) must either be shown on the receipt or invoice OR cut the information off of the packaging and include with the application.
You must dispose of the old toilets so they can't be used again. The old toilet may be put out with the trash for pickup.
How to apply
Call 407-944-5124 to ensure funding is available and to receive a confirmation number. Download the rebate application by CLICKING HERE.
Customers have 30 days from the date they receive a confirmation number to return the completed application package including the receipt and verifying labels from the packaging of a WaterSense toilet. The confirmation number will ensure your reservation of funds. If you do not have a confirmation number, you will not receive a rebate.
A confirmation number does not automatically ensure approval of your rebate.
You will receive a letter of rejection if you do not qualify.
Choosing your WaterSense toilet
Rough-in is the distance from the wall to the middle of the sewer drain. Typical rough-in is 12 inches, but it could be 10 or 14 inches. Measure from the wall to the middle of the bolt on the base of the toilet stand (which may have a decorative cover over it) and replace with a toilet with the same rough-in.
Bowl height is typically 14 – 15 inches. A taller toilet (16 – 17 inches) may be better for tall people or those with back or leg problems.
Bowl shape could be round or elongated. Round bowls are better for small spaces. Elongated bowls can be more comfortable.
Toilet base should be the same size or larger than the existing base, because the tiles under the existing toilet are likely to be dirty and discolored.