Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV) Rebate Program

The City of Burleson provides high quality water to all Burleson residents, businesses, and visitors. This water pressure change is necessary to improve service to certain customers with low pressure.

Pressure reducing valves (PRVs) are a type of valve installed in a plumbing system to regulate water pressure. PRVs are designed to reduce too-high incoming pressure from water mains to a lower, more functional water pressure for distribution throughout the property.

To apply for the PRV rebate program, go to the PRV rebate application. To see if you live in the area that is eligible and for a list of plumbers registered with the City of Burleson, go to the Rebate Address Search and Plumbers.

Rebate Guidelines
  • Participants must currently own property in Burleson and have a City of Burleson water utility account in good standing for the property where installation of a qualifying item is to occur.
  • This program is for residents only; tenant and commercial requests will not be eligible.
  • Homes must have been built prior to 2000 in the Mountain Valley Pressure Plane and prior to 2007 in the Upper Pressure Plane.
  • Homes must not already have a Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV) installed.
  • Homes must have a current pressure over 80psi according to the Burleson Water Pressure map or have confirmed pressure above 80 psi to be eligible for the PRV rebate.
  • Only PRVs that reduce pressure in the house, not the irrigation system exclusively, to 80psi are eligible for a rebate.
  • Applications must be received within 90 days of installing a PRV for the house.
  • Limit 1 PRV rebate for the lifetime of a residence.
  • Any PRV must be installed by a licensed plumber that is registered in the City of Burleson.
  • A plumbing permit is required to install a PRV
  • An inspection of completed work will be performed by City of Burleson building inspectors prior to a rebate being issued.
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