Guelph’s water and stormwater rebate programs are suspended in response to COVID-19. You can submit an application, and we will process it when all City programs and services are restored. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
Free water audits for buildings with seven units or more
Building owners, managers, superintendents, and condominium boards can request a water audit to identify leaks and look for opportunities to save water and save money.
To qualify, the building must be in Guelph, use the municipal water supply, have a water account administered by the City of Guelph, and use at least 130 cubic metres per unit per year.
About multi-residential water audits
A water audit takes seven days to complete and is conducted by the City of Guelph’s preferred consultant who will:
Inspect water using fixtures and appliances in a sample of suites to determine:
- toilet flush volumes
- toilet leakage using toilet leak test strips
- showerhead flow rates
- kitchen and lavatory faucet maximum flow rates
- the presence or absence of faucet aerators and the type of faucet aerators (if present)
- the overall condition of all water using fixtures and appliances
Install monitoring equipment to track your building’s water use
Water audit report and recommendations
After the audit, the consultant will write a report with:
- Water use statistics for your building, building equipment and building processes
- Suite inspection results
- Evidence of unusual water demand patterns and indicators of excessive leakage in the building (if applicable)
- Retrofit recommendations
Water rebates for multi-residential properties
Get rebates and certify your property under the Blue Built Home program
For more information
519-822-1260 extension 2189