Water Conservation Program
Save water and money with free, high-efficiency toilets for qualifying city residents. Sound Generations Minor Home Repair partners with Seattle Public Utilities to bring you our Water Conservation Program.Toilets offered by Seattle Public Utilities flush easily, help conserve water, and save homeowners money.
Replacing older toilets with high-efficiency models can save a family of four up to 24,000 gallons of water and $140 each year. If you meet the following criteria and income guidelines, you can qualify for 1 free toilet per household, as well as free installation by a licensed, professional plumber.
How To Qualify
- You are a homeowner of any age with a Seattle Public Utilities account.
- You currently live in the home you own.
- Your existing toilet was manufactured before 2004.
- You meet the Water Conservation Program Income Eligibility Guidelines.
2019 Water Conservation Program Income Eligibility Guidelines
Note: Gross income is based on 70% of the state’s median income.
Contact Minor Home Repair
For more information on the Water Conservation Program.