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Woodmoor Water & Sanitation District


Rebate Program


Woodmoor Water and Sanitation District No. 1 is pleased to offer seven kinds of rebates for residential customers interested in upgrading high-water-use appliances or adding efficiency enhancers to their irrigation systems. The rebates will be available for purchases made after January 1, 2018.


Read the rules for qualifying below, and then make your purchase, fill out your application, and mail it in. We'll do the rest.


Rebates apply only to single family residential home owners!

Summer Water Use Rebate Program

Indoor Fixtures and Appliances
pdf iconLow Flow Toilet $25 rebate to replace higher water use toilets (3-5 gallons per flush) with low flow toilets (1.6 gallons or less per flush)
pdf iconHigh-Efficiency Toilet $75 rebate to replace higher water use toilets with toilets that use no more than 1.28 gallons per flush - includes dual-flush toilets
pdf iconHigh-Efficiency Washer $100 rebate to replace higher water use washing machines (45 gallons per load) with low usage front load washers (25 gallons per load)
pdf iconHigh-Efficiency Dishwasher $25 rebate to replace higher water use dish washing machines with low usage Energy Star 2007 compliant dishwashers
pdf iconShower head $10 rebate to replace higher water use shower heads (4 gallons per minute) with a more efficient shower head (2.5 gallons per minute)
pdf iconIrrigation Controller $35 rebate to purchase an irrigation control (clock) that sets multiple days and time limits to conserve water
pdf iconRain Sensor $25 rebate to purchase a rain sensor that overrides an irrigation system when detecting rainfall



Rules for Qualifying

• Rebates apply only to qualifying items purchased after January 1, 2018.

• Rebate participants must be a Woodmoor Water and Sanitation District No. 1 customer and appliance must be installed in the Woodmoor service area.

• Account must be current and non-delinquent (i.e. no past due balances) at the time the rebate application is processed. No rebates will be given to customers whose accounts are delinquent.

• Rebates are offered on a first come, first serve basis and subject to availability of funds.

• Rebates not to exceed purchase cost of the product.

• Unless otherwise stated, rebates are limited to one per customer every three years (per specific product rebate offer).

• Customers applying for a rebate must agree to allow the District employees to access their premises in order to verify installation of devices eligible for rebates.

• All application forms must be accompanied by an original sales receipt. A valid receipt will clearly show date purchased, manufacturer name/make, model number and price for each item. Application forms without complete information or a valid receipt will not be accepted.

• Clothes washers eligible for a rebate are listed on the reverse side of the Clothes Washer application form.

• Dishwashers eligible for a rebate are listed on the reverse side of the dishwasher application form.

• Toilets eligible for a rebate are listed on the reverse side of each toilet application form. ($75 rebate per HE toilet, and $25 per low-flow toilet, and a maximum of three total). Applications for toilet rebates must include a picture of the old toilet with both the bowl and tank broken into at least two pieces each. (Please be sure to follow proper safety procedures when breaking the old toilet.)

• Irrigation Controller must be able to adapt to various conservation/restriction program by being able to set multiple days and differing time limits per irrigation zone.

• All rain sensors that connect to an automatic, in-ground irrigation system are eligible for the $25 rebate.

• All new shower heads that replace higher water using fixtures with a more efficient shower head that limit flow to 2.5 gallons per minute or less.


Frequently Asked Questions about the Rebates


Q. Where do I send my completed application?

A. Send your completed application and an original sales receipt to:

            Woodmoor Water & Sanitation District
            P.O. Box 1407
            1845 Woodmoor Drive
            Monument Co. 80132


Q. What is the total rebate credit I can get from Woodmoor Water and Sanitation District this year?

A. Assuming all the purchases meet the qualifications, the maximum total rebate to any single family residence would be $415. This is assuming three high efficiency toilet rebates @ $75 each, plus one high-efficiency clothes washer rebate @ $100, plus one irrigation controller rebate @ $35, plus one wireless rain sensor rebate @ $25, plus three shower head rebate @ $10. Unless otherwise stated, rebates are limited to one per customer every three years (per specific product rebate offer).


Q. How long will it take to get my rebate check?

A. Please allow two billing cycles for your rebate to be processed and credited to your account.


Q. What stores sell these water conserving devices and fixtures?

A. Many retail stores sell these items, but you need to phone first to make sure the model you want is available. For irrigation equipment, check stores or ask your professional landscape contractor. If you don't have a professional landscape contractor, call to ask for a recommendation from the Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado at 303-757-5611 or contact them through their website. For washing machines, toilets and showerheads contact your local department store or "big box" retail store.


Q. Who do I contact if I have additional questions?

A. Call Woodmoor Water and Sanitation District at 719-488-2525 ext. 10.



Q. What is a High Efficiency Toilet (HET)?

A. All new toilets are required by federal law to use 1.6 gallons per flush or less. The plumbing industry is introducing many new technologies and toilet fixture models that reduce effective flush volumes well below the mandated 1.6 gallons per flush (GPF) maximum. An HET is defined as a toilet that flushes at 20 percent or better below the 1.6 GPF level. Only those toilets on the accompanying list are eligible for the rebate, however the list expands periodically as new toilets are tested and deemed highly efficient. An up-to-date list is available on Denver Water's website under "Conservation". Only those toilets on the High-Efficiency rebate list are eligible for the $75 rebate.


Q. How do HET's achieve the savings?

A. HET's generally fall into two distinct categories, dual flush and 1.0 gallons per flush (GPF) pressure-assist. A dual flush toilet is a toilet that allows the user to choose between a "short flush" that uses between 0.8 and 1.1 gallons when there is only liquid waste in the toilet to be flushed, and a "full flush" using 1.6 gallons when solid waste is to be flushed.

The 1.0 GPF pressure-assist toilets incorporate a vessel inside the toilet tank that traps air and compresses the air using the water supply pressure. The compressed air forces the water into the bowl pushing the waste out of the bowl.


Q. What is an Low Flow Toilet or an Ultra Low Volume Toilet?

A. Toilets labeled ULV or ULF use 1.6 gallons per flush. The United States National Energy Policy Act of 1993 mandated that toilets sold in the United States cannot use more than 1.6 gallons per flush. Therefore all toilets are supposed to meet this standard.


Q. How do I choose which toilet to buy?

A. You may choose any toilet from the lists of eligible toilets. Selecting a toilet depends on your personal preferences as to the aesthetics of the toilet's design and the ability of the toilet to effectively remove waste from the bowl.


Q. I heard the new low flow toilets don't work well. What's the truth?

A. Some models of low volume toilets manufactured in the early 90's often had problems. Since then manufacturers have invested in research and development to design low volume toilets that work as well as or better than the ones they replace. Customer satisfaction surveys confirm that owners of low volume toilets rate them very well about 90% of the time.


Q. I have several old toilets in my home, so how many can I replace?

A. You can receive up to a total of three toilet rebates. To save the most water, replace the oldest toilets that are used most frequently first.


Q. How much water can I save?

A. How much you save depends on the age of the toilets you are replacing, and the usage on your property. If you are replacing toilets manufactured between 1980 and 1994, a family of four can save over 17,000 gallons per year. Replacing older toilets manufactured between 1950 and 1980 can save even more, about 28,000 gallons per year for the same family of four. You can save even more if the old toilet did not flush well and you have to flush twice to clear the bowl.


Q. What do I do with my old toilet?

A. Break the porcelain bowl and tank into at least two pieces each before disposing of the toilet so that water-guzzlers won't be reused. (And be careful when breaking porcelain, which can make very sharp splinters.) Take a photo of the damaged toilet before you dispose of it, because you'll need to attach the photo to your rebate application. Old toilets can be disposed of with your trash, depending on your trash removal service. You may need to wait for your large item pick-up day. Old units may not be reused! The purpose of this rebate is to get old toilets out of service in our community and thus improve water efficiency.



Q. What do I do with my old washer?

A. Old washers may be recycled or disassembled for usable parts. Ask your delivery person if he will pick up your old washer, or call your trash disposal service for large item pick-up.


Q. Will there be an inspection of my new toilet, clothes washer or dishwasher?

A. Woodmoor Water and Sanitation District will randomly select some rebate applications for inspection prior to the rebate being issued. By signing the rebate application, customers give Woodmoor Water and Sanitation District permission to perform this inspection.