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At The Urban Plumber Inc., we have compiled a list of city rebates that would help you understand various subsidy programs available for both residential and commercial clients. You will also find information related to expenses incurred during plumbing and heating services. Call us for more information.

The Toronto Flooding Protection Rebate will help prevent unnecessary property damage, as well as personal and financial stress. In this case, three subsidies have been put in place to protect homeowners from future floods. Essentially, sewer systems will become overloaded during heavy storms.

The Basement Flooding Protection Subsidy Program offers up to $3,400 per property for the installation of certain flood protection devices.


Backwater Valve Installation – Toronto Flooding Protection Rebate

80% of the eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $1,250

Preventing a surcharge from a main sewer system requires a backwater valve. The valve contains a flap that will close, preventing a backup. To sum up, a backwater valve is just one of a few devices that may prevent flooding in your home.


Sump Pump Installation – Toronto Flooding Protection Rebate

80% of the eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $1,750

In short, weeping tiles directly connected to the sanitary lateral on the private side will overload the drain. As a result, the risk of a sewer backup increases. In cases, a home built before 1970, likely requires the need to have the weeping tiles disconnected from the drain. Therefore, installing a sump pump will remove the water from around the foundation of the home. As a result, the chances of water flooding are greatly decreased.


Subsidy

  • Installing sump pumps
  • Sump pump alarm
  • Back-up power for sump pumps

Foundation Drain (Weeping Tile) & Pipe Severance and Capping

80% of the eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $400

In short, a weeping tile system one of the most essential components of a drainage system. That is to say, to disconnect any existing weeping tile connection to a sanitary line is vital. In essence, when disconnected, a sump pump is to be put in.


Subsidy

Severing and capping the weeping tile connected to the sewer connection


Markham plumbing rebate program, Markham Region’s Basement Flooding Protection Program will prevent unnecessary property damage, as well as personal and financial stress. Essentially, sewer systems may become overloaded during heavy storms. In this case, subsidies have been put in place to protect homeowners from future floods.

In short, Markham Plumbing Rebate Program involves the following:


Backwater Valve Installation – Markham Plumbing Rebate

(Indoor) – Installed on Sanitary or Storm Lateral – $1,750

(Outdoor) – Installed on Storm Lateral – $2,000

Preventing a flood from the main sewer system requires a backwater valve. The valve has a flap that will close, stopping a backup. To sum up, a backwater valve is just one of the few devices that may prevent flooding in your home.


Sump Pump & Disconnecting Weeping Tiles – Markham Plumbing Rebate

Disconnecting and Redirecting to Storm Drain – $3,000

Disconnecting and Installing Sump Pump – $5,000

In short, weeping tiles directly connected to the sanitary lateral on the private side will overload the drain. As a result, the risk of sewer backup increases. In cases, a home built before 1970, likely requires the need to have the weeping tiles disconnected from the drain. Therefore, installing a sump pump will remove the water from around the foundation of the home. As a result, water flooding is greatly decreased.


Sanitary & Storm Lateral Lining and Repair – Markham Plumbing Rebate

Sanitary and Storm Drain Repair – $2,500


Should I Repair My Drain?

Sanitary drains carry wastewater towards the main City sewer system from your home. In a case of a damaged drain, a property is prone to backup. For example, drains that are damaged, cracked, collapsed etc., will create blockages. In this case, this will cause a backup. In addition, homes built before 1970 already have decaying clay drain systems.
Learn more about this program.


Oakville Flooding Prevention Rebate, known as the Halton Region Enhanced Basement Flooding Prevention Subsidy Program will help prevent unnecessary property damage, as well as personal and financial stress. Subsidies have been put in place to protect homeowners from future floods in the Regional Municipality of Halton.


Backwater Valve Installation – Oakville Flood Prevention Rebate

50% of the eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $675

Preventing a surcharge from the main sewer system requires a backwater valve. The valve contains a flap that will close, preventing a backup. A backwater valve is just one of few devices that may prevent flooding in your home.


Lining/Repair of Sanitary Lateral – Oakville Flooding Prevention Rebate

50% of the eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $2,000

Should I Repair My Sewer?

Sanitary drains carry wastewater towards the main City sewer system from your home. In a case of a damaged drain, a property is prone to backup. For example, drains that are damaged, cracked, collapsed etc., will create blockages. In this case, this will cause a backup. In addition, homes built before 1970 already have decaying clay drain systems.


Sump Pump & Disconnecting Weeping Tiles – Flooding Prevention Rebate

100% of the eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $5,000

Weeping tiles directly connected to the sanitary lateral on the private side can overload the system. As a result, the risk of a sewer backup increased. In cases, a home built before 1970, likely requires the need to have the weeping tiles disconnected from the drain. Therefore, installing a sump pump will remove the water from around the foundation of the home. As a result, the chances of water flooding are greatly decreased.


Disconnecting Downspouts from the Sewer System – Flood Prevention Rebate

100% of all eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $500

Downspouts connect to your eaves trough, collecting water from your roof, and drain it either to the ground or to a drain below the ground. A home that disconnects their downspouts, for instance, will reduce the amount of rainwater that gets into the sewer. As a result, this will reduce the risk of a backup.


Burlington Flooding Prevention Rebate, known as the Halton Region Enhanced Basement Flooding Prevention Subsidy Program will help prevent unnecessary property damage, as well as personal and financial stress. Subsidies have been put in place to protect homeowners from future floods in the Regional Municipality of Halton.


Backwater Valve Installation – Burlington Flood Prevention Rebate

50% of the eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $675

Preventing a surcharge from the main sewer system requires a backwater valve. The valve contains a flap that will close, preventing a backup. A backwater valve is just one of few devices that may prevent flooding in your home.


Lining/Repair of Sanitary Lateral – Burlington Flooding Prevention Rebate

50% of the eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $2,000

Should I Repair My Sewer?

Sanitary drains carry wastewater towards the main City sewer system from your home. In a case of a damaged drain, a property is prone to backup. For example, drains that are damaged, cracked, collapsed etc., will create blockages. In this case, this will cause a backup. In addition, homes built before 1970 already have decaying clay drain systems.


Sump Pump & Disconnecting Weeping Tiles – Flooding Prevention Rebate

100% of the eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $5,000

Weeping tiles directly connected to the sanitary lateral on the private side can overload the system. As a result, the risk of a sewer backup increased. In cases, a home built before 1970, likely requires the need to have the weeping tiles disconnected from the drain. Therefore, installing a sump pump will remove the water from around the foundation of the home. As a result, the chances of water flooding are greatly decreased.


Disconnecting Downspouts from the Sewer System – Flood Prevention Rebate

100% of all eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $500

Downspouts connect to your eaves trough, collecting water from your roof, and drain it either to the ground or to a drain below the ground. A home that disconnects their downspouts, for instance, will reduce the amount of rainwater that gets into the sewer. As a result, this will reduce the risk of a backup.


Milton Flooding Prevention Rebate, known as the Halton Region Enhanced Basement Flooding Prevention Subsidy Program will help prevent unnecessary property damage, as well as personal and financial stress. Subsidies have been put in place to protect homeowners from future floods in the Regional Municipality of Halton.


Backwater Valve Installation – Milton Flood Prevention Rebate

50% of the eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $675

Preventing a surcharge from the main sewer system requires a backwater valve. The valve contains a flap that will close, preventing a backup. A backwater valve is just one of few devices that may prevent flooding in your home.


Lining/Repair of Sanitary Lateral – Milton Flooding Prevention Rebate

50% of the eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $2,000

Should I Repair My Sewer?

Sanitary drains carry wastewater towards the main City sewer system from your home. In a case of a damaged drain, a property is prone to backup. For example, drains that are damaged, cracked, collapsed etc., will create blockages. In this case, this will cause a backup. In addition, homes built before 1970 already have decaying clay drain systems.


Sump Pump & Disconnecting Weeping Tiles – Flooding Prevention Rebate

100% of the eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $5,000

Weeping tiles directly connected to the sanitary lateral on the private side can overload the system. As a result, the risk of a sewer backup increased. In cases, a home built before 1970, likely requires the need to have the weeping tiles disconnected from the drain. Therefore, installing a sump pump will remove the water from around the foundation of the home. As a result, the chances of water flooding are greatly decreased.


Disconnecting Downspouts from the Sewer System – Flood Prevention Rebate

100% of all eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $500

Downspouts connect to your eaves trough, collecting water from your roof, and drain it either to the ground or to a drain below the ground. A home that disconnects their downspouts, for instance, will reduce the amount of rainwater that gets into the sewer. As a result, this will reduce the risk of a backup.


Halton Hills Flooding Prevention Rebate, known as the Halton Region Enhanced Basement Flooding Prevention Subsidy Program will help prevent unnecessary property damage, as well as personal and financial stress. Subsidies have been put in place to protect homeowners from future floods in the Regional Municipality of Halton.


Backwater Valve Installation – Halton Hills Flood Prevention Rebate

50% of the eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $675

Preventing a surcharge from the main sewer system requires a backwater valve. The valve contains a flap that will close, preventing a backup. A backwater valve is just one of few devices that may prevent flooding in your home.


Lining/Repair of Sanitary Lateral – Halton Hills Flooding Prevention Rebate

50% of the eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $2,000

Should I Repair My Sewer?

Sanitary drains carry wastewater towards the main City sewer system from your home. In a case of a damaged drain, a property is prone to backup. For example, drains that are damaged, cracked, collapsed etc., will create blockages. In this case, this will cause a backup. In addition, homes built before 1970 already have decaying clay drain systems.


Sump Pump & Disconnecting Weeping Tiles – Halton Hills Flooding Prevention Rebate

100% of the eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $5,000

Weeping tiles directly connected to the sanitary lateral on the private side can overload the system. As a result, the risk of a sewer backup increased. In cases, a home built before 1970, likely requires the need to have the weeping tiles disconnected from the drain. Therefore, installing a sump pump will remove the water from around the foundation of the home. As a result, the chances of water flooding are greatly decreased.


Disconnecting Downspouts from the Sewer System – Flood Prevention Rebate

100% of all eligible costs invoiced, up to a maximum of $500

Downspouts connect to your eaves trough, collecting water from your roof, and drain it either to the ground or to a drain below the ground. A home that disconnects their downspouts, for instance, will reduce the amount of rainwater that gets into the sewer. As a result, this will reduce the risk of a backup.

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