Insulating Your Pole Barn With RetroFoam of Michigan
We’ve been insulating pole barns across Michigan’s lower peninsula for the past 17 years.
After scheduling your free estimate, we’ll learn about your dreams for your pole barn and if you plan on leaving the walls exposed or finishing with drywall. We’ll discuss open and closed cell spray foam and what makes sense for your project.
Insulating the Pole Barn Walls
If the walls of the pole barn will be exposed, then closed cell spray foam is the better option. Closed cell foam is denser and can withstand a blow from a tool or even a forklift.
If you plan to cover the walls of the pole barn, then you could use open cell spray foam. Open cell expands to do a better job of filling cracks and crevices. It also offers the same air seal with better sound dampening qualities than closed cell spray foam.
Insulating the Pole Barn Roof Deck
To complete the air seal in the pole barn, we suggest spraying open cell spray foam insulation on the roof deck. If your roof should ever leak, open cell foam will not hold water so you will be able to find and fix leaks in a timely manner.
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