What's inside matters Most
If your home was built before the 1950's, chances are its walls have stood for many decades without insulation. Low energy prices in the early-to-mid twentieth century gave homeowners little incentive to invest in energy efficient upgrades. Plus, there was no practical, effective way to re-insulate existing homes without the costly, labor intensive process of removing interior walls.
Homes built after the 1950's may have insulation in the walls, but it's probably the original fiberglass or cellulose insulation. These types of insulation can break down over time, hold in moisture and dust, and won’t completely seal your home to keep conditioned air inside.
RetroFoam insulation addresses the shortcomings of fiberglass and cellulose insulation. It keeps a consistent R-Value across all temperatures, seals wall spaces to block moisture and air flow, it's safe for the environment, and often reduces energy bills by up to 50%.
A lot has changed since your home was built! With all the improvements in energy efficiency and advancements in technology, don't waste another year on over-priced energy costs; re-insulate with RetroFoam and start saving today!
blow-in / loose fill insulation
RetroFoam™ wall insulation is a modified plastic (pour-in) foam, installed by a trained technician. RetroFoam™ insulation is fully expanded before entering your walls. Within minutes of injecting the foam into the wall cavity, it sets to form a firm and resilient filling. RetroFoam™ becomes a lightweight solid unit of insulation inside the voids it fills which reduces the amount of air that leaks in and out of your home. RetroFoam™ wall insulation is a cost-effective way to cut heating and cooling bills, improve durability, increase comfort, and create a healthier indoor environment.
RetroFoam™ wall insulation reaches a remarkable R-4.6 per inch during winter and R-4.1 in summer; the highest annual R-value of any re-insulation option on the market today! Unlike other insulators, RetroFoam™ wall insulation will not settle over time, change shape, or breakdown. Once installed, RetroFoam™ home insulation will continue working for decades — providing comfort, adding value, and conserving energy. That's how RetroFoam™ pays you back.