If you’re tired of the air you pay to treat escaping and the outdoor air getting in, creating an air seal in your home is the answer.
Whether it’s your work van, camper, or you use it for transporting specialty goods, you’re considering spray foam insulation for your cargo or sprinter van.
Comfort isn’t always the biggest problem in a home – sometimes it’s when the monthly energy bills show up.
For the past five years, Consumers Energy has awarded RetroFoam of Michigan for our hard work to make homes more energy efficient.
If you live in a state that has freezing temperatures in the winter and sweltering heat in the summer, you don’t want to be stuck in an old house with no insulation.
If you’re experiencing high energy bills, uncomfortable rooms, and other problems like moisture it’s likely time to replace the insulation in your existing home.
You want to add foam insulation to your home, but where to start?
You’re ready to kick that old insulation in your attic to the curb but have no idea where you should start.
Have you noticed your attic insulation is all fluffed to one side or has black spots throughout it and every month your energy bills continue to climb?
Are you dealing with drafty outlets and walls that are cold to the touch?