Install wall insulation
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Check if you need a consent
You will need to apply for a building consent if you're installing insulation in:
- an external wall
- an internal wall that is a fire separation wall.
You don't need a building consent or a resource consent for any other insulation projects.
If you need help to determine if an internal wall is a fire separation wall, contact us
Injected wall insulation
Building consent is required where external walls are to be injected with a wet insulation - e.g. expanding foam.
Place a record of exempt work on your property file
Your building work must comply with the Building Code, even if no building consent is needed.
You can place a record of work you believe to be exempt, on your property file.
Bring the completed AC2111 Record of exempt building work form and supporting documents to one of our service centres (nearest to the address of your property), and pay by:
- MasterCard or Visa.
Send the completed AC2111 Record of exempt building work form, supporting documents and cheque payment to:
Private Bag 92300
Fee for placing a record of exempt work on your property file
Read fee table.
|Receiving third party reports or any other information to place on a property file||$250|
Installations without building consent
In order to verify that the installed items are safe to be used and complies with the New Zealand Building Code, you will need to: