EECA 55% Insulation Subsidies

55% Insulation Subsidies

55% Insulation Subsidies

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55% subsidies. T&Cs apply.

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55% - 67% insulation subsidies from EECA

The Warm Up NZ Healthy Homes programme with 55% insulation subsidies for eligible homeowners & landlords ends 30 June 2018.

The 2018 Government Budget revealed the new "Warmer Kiwi Homes” programme for low income homeowners only. From 1 July 2018 eligible homeowners can get 67% subsidies for their pre-2008 homes. Read on for eligibility criteria. Landlord subsidies will cease from 1st July 2018. 

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  • Contact us to check if you’re eligible and book your assessment to be first in line for the new 66% insulation subsidies.

Subsidies for Tenants & Homeowners

The current EECA Energywise Warm Up New Zealand: Healthy Homes programme offers 55% insulation subsidies for landlords with eligible tenants and low income homeowners. The properties must:

  1. have been built pre-2000 and
  2. be occupied by either:
  • a named tenant or homeowner with a valid Community Services Card or Community Services Card-endorsed SuperGold Card; or

  • a named tenant or homeowner with a demonstrable income-related need*, and one or more occupants of the house has a referral from a medical practitioner registered with the Medical Council of NZ or a nurse registered with the Nursing Council of NZ stating that the occupant suffers from a respiratory illness.

This funding will finish on the 30th June 2018. The new EECA "Warmer Kiwi Homes" will be available for eligible low income homeowners (owner-occupiers) only. Read our FAQ for more details.

We make the process easy:

  • we can give you an estimate or contact your tenant to arrange a property inspection and supply a specific quote
  • we supply and assist with all required documentation
  • we install your product to best industry standard
  • we give you a Statement of Insulation for your Tenancy Agreements


* For ‘demonstrable income-related need’ EECA will accept a Community Services Card rejection letter from the Ministry of Social Development stating that the applicant is no more than $20,000 above the threshold for receiving a Community Services Card.

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For a limited time subsidies are available for both homeowners & landlords - T&Cs apply.  Contact us and we'll let you know what you're entitled to and how we can help.

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Need insulation?

We give free advice, quotes and finance solutions for home insulation. 

For a limited time subsidies are available for both homeowners & landlords - T&Cs apply.  Contact us and we'll let you know what you're entitled to and how we can help.

Your contact details:

Hate filling in forms? Call us direct 0800 888 766

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Our customers have said

Price was good

Price was good. Every worker that came to us were professional, willing to help and explain everything. We’ve had lots of comments that our home doesn’t smell damp. We’re more than happy to use you again and happy to give anyone your number.

Stan, Taranaki

Professional and friendly

Your company has done the insulation for the ceiling and underfloor of my house. The job was very well done. We appreciate what you guys have done for us and our house is much warmer now. I have to say thank you to the salesperson and the workers who put the blanket on. They are awesome. They are all very professional, friendly and helpful.

Wei, Wellington

Customer oriented

SES is true to its brand promise! Smart Energy Solutions is not just providing energy efficient solutions but has smart people who know and do their job well, with a high standard of workmanship and customer oriented in their dealings with clients. Also, please extend our gratitude to the management of EECA, Otago Community Trust and Cozy Kiwi. No words are enough to express our gratitude. Again, thank you!

Glenn & Jem, Dunedin