Warmer Kiwi Homes
Warmer Kiwi Homes is a new four-year Government programme offering grants covering two-thirds of the cost of ceiling and underfloor insulation, as well as ground moisture barriers. Other funding from some community organisations will make the cost to homeowners as low as possible in many areas.
Am I eligible for a Warmer Kiwi Homes grant?
To be eligible for a grant you will need to:
- be the homeowner (owner-occupier) of a home built before 2008 AND
- have a Community Services Card or SuperGold combo card, OR
- own and be living in a home in an area identified as lower-income – contact one of the service providers listed below to find out if your address qualifies OR
be referred by the Healthy Homes Initiative.
How to apply for a Warmer Kiwi Homes grant
Be aware that funding is limited, and projects may not cover all regions or all areas within a region. Call us to find out if you are eligible and for a free quote! We also offer payment options.
Local Council Grants & Funding
Some local councils allow you to pay insulation and heating costs as part of your rates bills. Call us and we can talk you through your council funding options.
ANZ Interest Free Home Insulation Loans
ANZ is pledging $100 million of interest-free home lending to help insulate Kiwi homes. A warmer home this winter is in everyone's best interest. And with an interest-free home loan top up of up to $5,000 per property secured with ANZ you can enjoy a warmer, healthier home while keeping energy costs down.
Get started, Call us for a quote! Then call 0800 269 4663 or walk into any ANZ branch.
Mortgage Top Up Options
If you have a mortgage with one of the following New Zealand banks, you might be able to add the cost of insulating your home to your mortgage. You would pay back the insulation costs with interest over the term of your mortgage. Some banks may agree to waive any associated fees but you should discuss this with them. We will provide you with a quote for you to take to your bank. Contact your bank to make an appointment! CLick on the links below for more information on a mortgage insulation options.