Funding For Insulation & Heat Pumps
The home energy saving products are long-term investments that provide a return in lower power bills, warm and comfortable homes as well as reducing your CO2 emission.
With the introduction of the New Healthy Home Standards and Residential Tenancies Act, it is mandatory that all the rental properties must be compliant by July 2024.
For Property managers and landlords. There are a number of options available for funding and to meet their regulatory requirements for warm and healthy homes for the tenants.
We at Sustain Energy Solutions can provide free assessment for compliance of your rental properties with the 6 Healthy Home Standards:
- Heating Compliance
- Ventilation Compliance
- Insulation Compliance
- Ground Moisture Barrier (GMB) Compliance
- Draught-stopping inspection
- Drainage Inspection
This is the time to act and avoid fines.
Check Your Eligibility
Submit your details below and we’ll let you know if your home is eligible for insulation and heating subsidy.
How can you finance your rental property?
It is to make insulation, heat pumps, ventilation and other energy efficiency measures affordable now so you can save while you pay.
Westpac Warm Up loan
With the Westpac Warm Up programme, existing or new home loan customers can borrow up to $10,000 interest free for five years to help make homes warmer and drier.
A Westpac Warm Up loan funds the installation of up to $10,000 of:
- Heat pumps
For more information: https://www.westpac.co.nz/home-loans/warm-up/
Q Card and Q Mastercard® finance
Q Card and Q Mastercard® can let you buy the things that matter now with 12 Months Interest-Free* for a minimum spend of $999.
We at Sustain Energy Solutions accept Q cards and Q Mastercard® to make your home energy efficient. Our special offers change monthly, so get in touch for a free quote and ask our representatives for what is available.
If you don’t have Q cards or Q Mastercard® available. We could help you sign up. Please, don’t hesitate to contact Sustain Energy Solutions.
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“Warmer Kiwi Homes” Programme
This programme is great news for our clients who are homeowners and has homes that are pre-2008 built. You might be eligible for EECA’s “Warmer Kiwi Homes” criteria.
- You could be eligible for 90% of the insulation grants for ceiling, underfloor and on-ground moisture barrier.
- And 90% of heat pump grants. Subsidy varies by the regions.
To apply for this grant you need to:
- To make this process super simple:
- be the occupying homeowner with a valid Community Services Card or SuperGold combo card; or
- own and be living in a home in an area identified as lower-income (NZ Deprivation Index 7, 8, 9 or 10)
To make this process super simple:
- We help you with free assessment of your home, including funding options. Get a free quote from us.
- We help you with paperwork.
- We arrange to have your insulation and/or heat pump installed to government standards
ANZ “Healthy Homes”
With ANZ you get interest free Interest-free home loan top ups for insulation and heat pumps repayable up to 4 years*
Up to $5,000 for insulation and up to $5,000 for heat pumps
To take advantage we can help you provide free quotes.
For more information:
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