Spray foam insulation has some great applications, heck we even sprayed the inside of a man-made cave to make it look more like rock.
You want spray foam in your attic because you know it’s the best option for comfort and energy, but what is the better fit – open cell or closed cell spray foam?
For the past six years, RetroFoam of Michigan has been recognized by Consumers Energy for the work we do to make homes more comfortable, but on Thursday we hit an all new milestone.
Like most of us, you are probably wondering why your electric bills are so much higher in the summer.
RetroFoam of Michigan has participated in Make-A-Wish Michigan’s annual bike tour for the past three years and going into their fourth year the number of riders has increased significantly.
You built the man cave of your dreams in this nice big pole barn, but something’s just not quite right.
You see a lot in your injection foam insulation research about drywall, but what if you have plaster or maybe you have paneling?
When you’re about to have spray foam installed in your home, there are some things you need to do before the job can start.
The snow has melted, birds are chirping, and the flowers are blooming, so that means only one thing – summer is right around the corner.
You’re in the market for a nice, souped-up car.