If your toilet was installed before 2004, you could qualify for a new water-saving toilet from the city.
Seattle Public Utilities is offering free toilets for low-income homeowners who qualify. As part of the offer, SPU will also take care of installation and recycling of your old toilet.
Requirements for eligibility are the following: you must receive a SPU bill, live in the home you own, your existing toilet must have been installed before 2004, and you must meet the 2018 income guidelines listed here.
“Toilets are the biggest water-user in most homes and multifamily buildings. Replacing old toilets with new, water-efficient fixtures will save money on your utility bills and conserve water for the Puget Sound region,” SPU writes on their website.
If you meet the requirements, call Sound Generations Minor Home Repair at 206-448-5751 to apply. For more info, visit SPU’s website about the offer.