Insulation

The huge advances in Solar Photovoltaic (Solar PV) technology represent a real opportunity for the farms of the Deep South. Now, it’s totally viable to harness the sun’s power. With our long daylight hours, and the large amount of farm buildings and space to support solar panels, solar power generation is a logical choice for farmers looking to become more self-sufficient and avoid ever-increasing power bills from the power companies.

The team at Awarua Synergy are experts in helping farmers find the right Solar PV solutions to maximise the productivity off existing roof space, consistently generating the power you need off homesteads, cottages, sheds, barns and out-buildings. We’ve searched the world for the best Solar PV products and solutions for the farms of the Deep South, and now we’re helping hundreds of farms in Southland and Otago capitalise on emergent technology that can potentially even pay for itself in just a few years – or even sooner.

What Will it Cost?

Our qualified team provides a range of insulation options to suit your needs, our team will complete a full property inspection and recommend the best option. Pricing can vary depending on the size of property and requirements. Pricing includes all product, full installation and a quality assurance inspection on completion.

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Packages Full Upgrade Small Sized Home Medium Sized Home Large Sized Home
First Class Packages Natural Wool $2,359 to $2,709 $3,769 to $4,329 $5,209 to $5,989
Premium Packages Polyester $2,229 to $2,559 $3,499 to $4,019 $4,859 to $5,589
Economy Packages Fiber Glass $2,059 to $2,369 $3,149 to $3,619 $4,409 to $5,069
Packages Top-Up* Small Sized Home Medium Sized Home Large Sized Home
First Class Packages Natural Wool $2,189 to $2,519 $3,419 to $3,939 $4,759 to $5,479
Premium Packages Polyester $2,029 to $2,339 $3,099 to $3,559 $4,339 to $4,989
Economy Packages Fiber Glass $1,999 to $2,229 $2,899 to $3,339 $4,089 to $4,699
Energy Tip:

NZ homes are expensive to run, we spent approx $250m on inadequate heating