How to qualify for home improvement rebates in Sacramento

As drought conditions worsen, new home projects could help you save thousands of dollars. In an effort to convince residents to conserve water, the City of Sacramento is doubling its River Friendly Landscape rebates until Dec. 31, 2021.Leer en español”The drought conditions are so significant that we’re doubling the number of rebates for those that have not taken advantage of the turf conversions and to get the smart controllers. We can do a lot more to help prepare in case the drought gets worse,” said Eric Guerra, Sacramento City councilmember.Sacramento City homeowners now have a list of options to cash in on outdoor home projects that include removing grass, upgrading your irrigation system to reduce water usage and even getting a smart controller completely free from the Sacramento Municipal Utility District Energy Store.Indoor rebates include upgrading to a high-efficiency washing machine and toilets. Homeowners can receive up to $250 if these are replaced and pass inspection. “Low-flow toilets are also really good. Just anything basic around the house; they have new attachments for the dishwasher so it doesn’t use quite as much water. There are quite a few things in different parts of the house to reduce the use of water,” said Gregory Eley, assistant manager at Capitol Ace Hardware.Sacramento resident Nichole Fredericks is already looking into upgrading some outdoor fixtures. ” just been rethinking about drought-tolerant grass and ways of reducing the water consumption of my green spaces less, as well as still having an aesthetically pleasing front and backyard,” Fredericks said.And while she’s already done indoor home projects, she’s thrilled to learn about the rebate increase that the City of Sacramento is offering for home improvement.Qualifications:Rebates are only available to City of Sacramento water customersApplicants must be property owners or bill-paying tenants with written consent from the property ownerRebates and applications are not retroactiveCertain Water Wise Rebates require a pre-qualification visit and approval from Water Conservation Staff before installationAll eligible work must be completed within the timeline specified in the rebate terms and conditionsAfter installation, water conservation staff will visit the site and verify as part of post-inspectionOnce you have the approval from staff, receipt of checks can take as long as 90 days from the day of approvalEach project that qualifies for a rebate has its own application. Click here to find out if your next home project qualifies for some cash back. You can also email [email protected] for any questions.

As drought conditions worsen, new home projects could help you save thousands of dollars. In an effort to convince residents to conserve water, the City of Sacramento is doubling its River Friendly Landscape rebates until Dec. 31, 2021.

“The drought conditions are so significant that we’re doubling the number of rebates for those that have not taken advantage of the turf conversions and to get the smart controllers. We can do a lot more to help prepare in case the drought gets worse,” said Eric Guerra, Sacramento City councilmember.

Sacramento City homeowners now have a list of options to cash in on outdoor home projects that include removing grass, upgrading your irrigation system to reduce water usage and even getting a smart controller completely free from the Sacramento Municipal Utility District Energy Store.

Indoor rebates include upgrading to a high-efficiency washing machine and toilets. Homeowners can receive up to $250 if these are replaced and pass inspection.

“Low-flow toilets are also really good. Just anything basic around the house; they have new attachments for the dishwasher so it doesn’t use quite as much water. There are quite a few things in different parts of the house to reduce the use of water,” said Gregory Eley, assistant manager at Capitol Ace Hardware.

Sacramento resident Nichole Fredericks is already looking into upgrading some outdoor fixtures.

“[I’ve] just been rethinking about drought-tolerant grass and ways of reducing the water consumption of my green spaces less, as well as still having an aesthetically pleasing front and backyard,” Fredericks said.

And while she’s already done indoor home projects, she’s thrilled to learn about the rebate increase that the City of Sacramento is offering for home improvement.

Qualifications:

  • Rebates are only available to City of Sacramento water customers
  • Applicants must be property owners or bill-paying tenants with written consent from the property owner
  • Rebates and applications are not retroactive
  • Certain Water Wise Rebates require a pre-qualification visit and approval from Water Conservation Staff before installation
  • All eligible work must be completed within the timeline specified in the rebate terms and conditions
  • After installation, water conservation staff will visit the site and verify as part of post-inspection
  • Once you have the approval from staff, receipt of checks can take as long as 90 days from the day of approval

Each project that qualifies for a rebate has its own application. Click here to find out if your next home project qualifies for some cash back. You can also email [email protected] for any questions.

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