Emergency Water for Disabled Veterans – We’re on a Mission!

Constant Water whole-house systems now qualify for
VA Adapted Home Grant programs

Emergency water for disabled veterans should be a given.  It is more important than ever.  We know how important water is to you and your family.  And, we know how many events can cause water loss for our disabled veterans.  Storms, floods, fires, and earthquakes make the news regularly.  While you home may not be flooded, burned, or damaged; power outages and water failures occur will beyond the immediate impact area.

We assume water from public systems will always be there; until it isn’t. Having an emergency water supply is critical.

Our disabled veterans face unique challenges.  They simply want to live as independently and comfortable as possible.  At CONSTANT WATER, we know how important water is to everyone, but particularly to veterans.

Department of VA Grants Now Available for Constant Water

VA adaptive housing grants (SAH, SHA, and TRA) now cover Constant Water purchase and installation costs for eligible veterans.  Qualifying veterans are eligible for up $100,896 of funding for home modifications including emergency water systems.

Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) Grant Special Housing Adaptation (SHA) Grant Temporary Residence Adaptation (TRA) Grant
  • Veteran owns or will own the home, and:
  • Veteran or a family member owns or will own the home, and:
  • Veteran qualifies for an SAH or SHA grant program, and:
  • The veteran as a qualifying service-connected disability
  • The veteran has a qualifying service-connected disability
  • The veteran will live temporarily in a family member’s home that needs changes to meet their needs
    (The veteran doesn’t have to own the home)

Home Improvement and Structural Alteration (HISA)

Many more veterans qualify for Home Improvement and Structural Alteration (HISA) grants than will for the SAH/SHA grant programs.  Any veteran with a disability rating can qualify for grants up to $6,800.

The HISA grant program provides eligible beneficiaries with limited lifetime funds to use towards home improvements and structural alterations that originate from a medical prescription. The HISA program is complementary to Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) housing adaptation grants such as Specially Adapted Housing (SAH), Special Housing Adaptation (SHA), and Temporary Residence Adaptation (TRA).

The HISA benefit is for medically necessary improvements or structural alterations to the beneficiary’s primary residence that:

(1) Are necessary for the continuation of the provision of home health treatment of the beneficiary’s disability; and/or

(2) Provide the beneficiary with access to the home or to an essential lavatory and sanitary facility.

The governing document for this program specifically list “Updates to plumbing systems to support medical equipment and other essential lavatories or sanitary facilities” as an example of modifications that meet the scope of HISA grants.

HISA grants are managed at the individual VA hospital, and beneficiaries need to be registered with a VA medical facility to use the grant program.  Once registered, we can help with the application and supporting documents you’ll need to apply for this grant.

If you are already registered with a VA medical facility, the process can move pretty quickly, but will vary from facility to facility.

Contact Us to discuss the details of these grant programs.

Engineered for Safer and More Independent Living

The challenges of disabled veterans don’t end with water, but we can help eliminate one concern for veterans by ensuring emergency water is available during storms, floods, fires, earthquakes, etc.

We engineered CONSTANT WATER to help make independent living an achievable goal. With both Automatic and Manual modes, our systems provide a fresh emergency water supply in every situation and to every sink, shower, tub, and toilet.  No longer do you have to fill sinks and tubs, buy bottled water, or carry water in buckets.


Storms • Floods • Droughts • Earthquakes • Fires • Mudslides • Snow
Well Pump Failures • Electrical Malfunctions • Water Main Breaks

Are you ready?

Will you have water when…

  • the power goes out?
  • your well pump fails?
  • the water main breaks?
  • your generator fails or runs out of fuel?

Not just water for drinking–Water to help you stay clean.  Sanitation and hygiene need clean water too.

Because we know your life doesn’t stop when the water is out.


Specifically engineered to be THE most reliable, ecologically-friendly, whole-house backup water storage system for your home or business. Compliant to NSF/ANSI-61/372

CONSTANT WATER assures “Your water when you need it.”

WELL WATER – Whole-house backup water storage for power outages and any well pump failure
PUBLIC WATER – Security against water main breaks and storm-damaged public water systems
AUTOMATIC ACTIVATION with power loss – Pressurized water through your Home or Business
CLOSED SYSTEM – Prevents external contamination
ALWAYS FRESH – No need to rotate stored water
NO GENERATOR REQUIRED – Battery powered AND a great add if you have a generator

Single-family home

Single-Family Residential

Secure your water from loss of power to the well, pump failure, and our aging public water infrastructure

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Multi-Family Residential

Minimal space requirements and simple installations for multi-family dwellings or single property outbuildings

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Commercial and Healthcare

Flexible and distributed deployment options to maintain potable water in your most critical areas

Whole-House Backup Water Storage System
Reliable, Safe, Easy-to-Install, Automatic

Water is a necessity, not a luxury. Water should be there when you need it.

  • Storms can leave millions without power and water for days.
  • Wells and well pumps fail.
  • Coastal cities may turn off the public water before a hurricane.
  • Public water infrastructures are old. Severe drought, flooding, and freezing temperatures can damage these aging systems.
  • High-rise buildings require supplemental electrical water pumps to push water to the higher floors.
  • Generator systems fail when needed most.
  • Whole-house generators are expensive. CONSTANT WATER complements inexpensive generators.

Home Improvement and Structural Alteration (HISA) Grants

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