Underfloor Insulation Options
To help retain heat in winter (or to keep your home cool in the summer), it’s best to consider your underfloor insulation options.
Having underfloor insulation is one of the most cost-effective ways of limiting the movement of heat in your home, keeping you comfortable all year round. Our range of underfloor insulation options mean there’s an unique solution for every home.
After we've assessed your home, we'll let you know which affordable underfloor insulation options will suit your home.
And you might also be eligible for an insulation subsidy of 80% – find out more.
Landlords & Property Managers
In New Zealand, the underfloor insulation in rental properties must meet a certain standard.
Installing underfloor insulation for homes with an accessible sub-floor 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 Underfloor Insulation
There are two main options for underfloor insulation, and GreenSide Energy Solutions will help you choose the right option for your home:
Typically made from polyester, natural wool, rock wool, or expandable polystyrene material, this insulation traps heat inside the house during the winter and blocks heat from entering during the summer.
Reflective foil insulation
Using either single or doubled-sided fall laminates, bubble wrap, or foam foil-faced wrap, the reflective foil insulation can lower radiant heat gain.
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