The Punk-A-Low is a Punk house in Guelph, Ontario.
Established in September 2006 as common living space, it also served as a venue for various concerts, supporting the Guelph music scene, the DIY ethic and activist projects. The house featured benefit concerts to support the Guelph Union of Tenants and Supporters, Ungdomshuset, and a local women's shelter and a local women's arts fund. The original Punk-a-low closed its doors on September 1, 2007. The reason for closure was an extensive mold problem, which affected residents' health. A new, larger location was acquired and the house still keeps up with its function as a DIY concert space, and still continues with its activism and involvement with the local community.