Since 2002, more than 10,000 customers have trusted RetroFoam of Michigan to insulate their existing home, new build home, or pole barn. Our process is easy and convenient to help you along the way, from the first time you call to schedule the estimate through the completion of the job.
To schedule a free estimate in Michigan’s lower peninsula, just call our office at 866-900-3626 or fill out the form at the bottom of this page. One of our customer support concierges will connect with you to schedule the estimate and be your point person throughout the entire process.
Estimates can be scheduled Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. Homeowners are encouraged to check out our foam insulation Learning Center prior to their estimate.
One of our professional estimators will meet with you at the scheduled time and ask questions to fully understand what you are trying to accomplish, and what kind of comfort or energy problems you are experiencing. The estimator will then review your project, make drawings, take measurements, and discuss his expert recommendations based on your goals. Don’t worry, he won’t try to use any high pressure sales tactics or haggle over pricing. Rather, he will leave you with a written quote and answer all of your questions so you will have all of the information needed to make an informed decision.
Most homes can be insulated in one day or less, but certain attics and larger pole barns may take longer. Read more.
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.
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.
When injected in 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.
Yes, it is safe for homeowners, their children, and their pets to be inside the house during the installation process. Learn more.
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.