up to $2,000
Who is Eligible:
Discovered it by accident – it came as bundle with a theme we’ve bought – and was pleasantly surprised Quite intuitive and doesn’t have a steep learning curve Quite user-friendly as well
Steps to Get this Rebate:
1. Complete the Residential Protective Plumbing Loan Application Form (PDF, 74 KB). Every person registered on title as the owner of the property must sign the application form. Mail or submit your application form in person to:
City of Hamilton
Protective Plumbing Program
330 Wentworth Street North
Hamilton, Ontario L8L 5W2
2. Wait for an approval letter to come in the mail, indicating the amount of your loan. You will also receive a Commitment Letter.
3. Complete the Commitment Letter and send the original copy to:
City of Hamilton
Finance and Administration
Environment and Sustainable Infrastructure
77 James Street North, Suite 400
Hamilton, Ontario L8R 2K3
4. You or the contractor must apply for and obtain any necessary permits before you begin the work. If you do not have the required permits before you start the improvements, your loan will be cancelled.
5. Have your contractor complete the improvements.
A licensed plumber or sewer drain contractor licensed to work in the city of Hamilton must complete the work.
6. Schedule an inspection with city staff at 905-546-3950 if you had a backwater valve or sump pump installed. If you do not have an inspection, your loan will be cancelled.
7. Submit the final invoice from the contractor within 12 months of receiving the loan approval. The invoice must show the amount due for the work, materials and equipment related to the improvements.
If you submit the invoice more than 12 months after your loan approval, you will not receive the loan. We will not give a loan in excess of the approximate loan amount up to a maximum of $2,000, even if the final invoice is greater than the approximate loan amount.
8. The City will pay either the invoice amount submitted by the contractor or the amount of the approximate loan up to a maximum of $2,000
When the Rebate Ends: