Frequently Asked Questions
How long does foam insulation take to install?
Most homes can be insulated in one day or less, but certain attics and larger pole barns may take longer. Read more.
How do you insulate existing walls without taking down drywall?
Existing walls can be insulated by removing a row of siding from around the house, drilling holes between the stud cavities, and injecting the foam. The process can be done with a variety of siding types, including brick. Learn more.
Do you work in all weather conditions?
There may be that one day a year on average when we can’t work due to extreme weather, but we give estimates and install foam insulation in all weather conditions. Learn more.
How far is your schedule booked out?
Depending on the time of year and many other variables, we can typically schedule an estimate in a week or less and insulate your project within two or three weeks of signing the contract. Learn more.
What happens to old fiberglass in the exterior walls when RetroFoam is injected?
When injected into an existing wall the foam insulation will compress any old fiberglass insulation and make its way around to fill in the entire cavity. Learn more.
Can I be home during my foam insulation installation?
Yes, it is safe for homeowners, their children, and their pets to be inside the house during the installation process. Learn more.