Insulating Your Basement with Retrofoam of Michigan
Over the past 17 years, we’ve used foam insulation to help homeowners take back control of their home’s comfort and energy efficiency.
Our expert project managers, experienced crews, and educational office staff work to guide you through the whole insulation process with ease. In addition, our lifetime warranty gives your family access to our family long after the job is complete.
In most cases, unfinished basements, including Michigan Basements, are quite simple to insulate with spray foam, whereas finished basements can most definitely still be insulated but are more challenging to gain access to the rim joist and walls.
Rim Joist Insulation
Most rim joists are easily accessible in unfinished basements and in finished basements with drop ceilings. If the basement rim joist is not accessible, drywall would need to be removed to properly insulate it and the foam may need to be injected into the cavity instead of spraying it.
Basement Wall Insulation
Studded walls of an unfinished basement can be sprayed with foam, while walls with drywall would need to have holes drilled between the stud cavities to inject foam in them.
Basement Ceiling Insulation
If there is any old insulation in the basement ceiling, it must be removed before the space can be insulated.
If there is a drop ceiling, the tiles will be removed and the space will be sprayed with foam insulation. If there is drywall, then holes will be drilled into the ceiling and injection foam will be used.
Our Start to Finish Process
- Scheduling a Free Estimate
- Creating a Personalized Plan for Your Project
- Schedule, Prep, and Install your Insulation
- Follow Up and Warranty
Learn More About Our Process