Save by updating with the NSW Government Rebates
$1500 cap per household
From 15 January 2010, the total amount of NSW Home Saver Rebates a household can receive must not exceed $1500 per property. For example, a household might claim a $150 washing machine rebate, a $150 hot water circulator and a $1000 rainwater tank rebate. The total NSW Home Saver Rebates claimed is $1300 which is below the $1500 cap.
Rainwater tank rebate – up to $1500 for rainwater tanks connected to toilets and washing machines
Hot water system rebate - $300 to switch from electric to solar, heat pump or gas hot water systems
Hot water circulator rebate – $150 for buying a hot water circulator
Washing machine rebate – $150 for buying a 5 star or higher WELS rated washing machine
Dual flush toilet rebate – $200 for buying a 4 star dual flush toilet suite
Ceiling insulation rebate - the NSW rebate finished on 30 June 2009
Ask Gary How the Government Rebate works
To be eligible for the rebate, dual flush toilets & Hot Water tanks or other rebatable items must be installed by a licensed plumber, Call Gary or Email to discuss more details about how the NSW Government rebate works.