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The Home of Foam Blog offers homeowners education and expert tips to help improve the comfort and energy efficiency of their home with spray foam insulation.

Amanda Ringler

Amanda previously has worked as a breaking news and crime reporter, TV news producer, and editor in Flint and Detroit. Throughout her career as a journalist, she has won several awards from the Detroit Chapter of Society of Professional Journalists and the Michigan Press Association. As part of the RetroFoam of Michigan family, Amanda uses her experience as a journalist to write content that will help educate homeowners on the benefits of foam insulation. When Amanda isn’t writing, she’s spending time with her husband and rescued huskies. She also loves knitting, making art, cooking, and hosting dinner and a movie night for friends and family.

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DIY van insulation  |  van insulation

Van Insulation: DIY vs Hiring a Professional (Pros/Cons)

Kenny Rogers was right – you gotta know when to hold ‘em and know when to fold ‘em.

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best van insulation  |  closed cell spray foam insulation  |  foam board insulation  |  van insulation  |  wool insulation

What are the Best Options for Cargo, Sprinter, and Camper Van Insulation?

Whether you use your van to haul your tools or it’s your home away from home, insulation can play a big part in the role that vehicle plays.

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Ultimate Guide to Insulation for Existing Homes

Have questions about insulating your existing home with foam? Our free educational guide compares home insulation types while answering the most frequently asked questions, including the process and pricing of foam insulation.

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buying home insulation  |  existing home insulation

11 Insulation Buying Mistakes to Avoid

Mistakes happen, but if you make one when buying your home insulation it could end up costing you big time.

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attic insulation  |  cellulose insulation  |  crawl space insulation  |  existing home insulation  |  exterior walls insulation  |  fiberglass insulation  |  injection foam insulation  |  rim joist inslation  |  spray foam insulation

How to Tell if Your House is Well Insulated

Something just doesn’t feel right in your home.

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Existing walls insulation  |  exterior walls insulation

How to Tell if a Wall is Insulated

You have suspicions that your walls aren’t doing their job keeping the elements outside where they belong.

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buying home insulation  |  existing home insulation  |  home improvement projects

When is the Best Time to Buy Insulation for My Home?

You already know you need home insulation and it can be a costly endeavor.

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cathedral ceiling insulation  |  injection foam insulation  |  spray foam insulation

How to Insulate a Cathedral Ceiling in an Existing Home with Foam Insulation

You’re tired of the air you pay to heat and cool escaping through your cathedral ceiling, so you’re ready to have foam insulation installed.

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garage insulation  |  injection foam insulation  |  spray foam insulation

Should I Insulate My Garage?

You know you want your home to be comfortable and energy efficient, but what about your garage?

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cathedral ceiling insulation  |  cellulose insulation  |  fiberglass insulation  |  open cell spray foam insulation  |  spray foam insulation

What is the Best Insulation for a Cathedral Ceiling?

You chose cathedral ceilings for your new home and now it’s time to decide what kind of insulation best fits your needs.

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cathedral ceiling insulation  |  cellulose insulation  |  fiberglass insulation  |  injection foam insulation  |  insulation problems  |  spray foam insulation

Cathedral Ceiling Insulation Problems

Cathedral ceilings add a certain air of openness to them, but that openness can lead to problems if it isn’t insulated properly.

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