Ceiling Insulation

Insulating your ceiling will make the biggest difference to your overall heating bill, so it makes sense to insulate this part of your home first!

Installing ceiling insulation (sometimes called roof insulation) is the critical first step in creating a warmer, drier, healthier and more energy efficient home. Depending on your home, we have different insulation products and installation methods to achieve the best result.

After we’ve assessed your home, we’ll let you know which affordable options will suit your ceiling cavity. 

And you might also be eligible for an insulation subsidy of 80% – find out more.

Landlords & Property Managers

In New Zealand, the ceiling insulation in rental properties must meet a certain standard. 

Installing ceiling insulation for homes with an accessible ceiling cavity is a requirement of the Insulation Standard – Healthy Homes Standards 2019.

Find out more and how we can help here.


The Warmer Kiwi Homes Programme

We are one of the larger Warmer Kiwi Homes installers.

Our insulation installers are knowledgeable, experienced and extremely good at what they do.

Also, all our work is installed to the Energy Efficiency Conservation Authority (EECA) standard, which meets current New Zealand standards, as required for new builds and Healthy Rental applications.


Your One Stop Shop for Ceiling Insulation

GreenSide Energy Solutions will help you choose the right product for your ceiling cavity.


The insulation comes in the form of rectangular sheets, which are installed in between the ceiling joists of the ceiling cavity.


The insulation comes in blanket form, which is installed over the ceiling joists of the ceiling cavity.


This insulation comes in ‘loose’ form and is blown into a ceiling cavity using a specialised machine. Not all ceiling cavities can be insulated using segments or a blanket, so we only recommend this option for very difficult to access ceiling cavities.

Underfloor Insulation

Wall Insulation

Ground Moisture Barrier

Draught Stopping

As an Owner-Occupier You May Be Eligible for a Warmer Kiwi Homes Subsidy