Are you considering foam insulation for your home, but the cost and how you’re going to pay for it is weighing on your mind?
Below you will find informative videos on cost, rebates, and financing.
Insulation Cost, Rebates, and Financing
What Factors Determine Cost?
The size of the area of the home you plan to insulate, the size of the home in general, and the materials used will determine the cost of your insulation project. It’s hard to give an exact price without seeing the space, so below you will find rough price ranges – before discounts and rebates.
Customers of Consumers Energy, DTE, and Semco in Michigan could be eligible for mail-in rebates if they qualify. Rebates will vary by energy provider, but could range from $50 for insulating a rim joist all the way up to $300 for insulating an attic. Learn more
Some customers prefer to finance their home insulation projects and visit their bank or credit to check on options. Other customers may prefer a 12 month same-as-cash or traditional term loan financing through EnerBank USA or low-interest loans for qualifying energy efficient home updates for an entire home through Michigan Saves. Learn more
To provide an accurate free in-home estimate for RetroFoam of Michigan to insulate a home, an estimator will measure and visually inspect the entire house while looking for areas with potential air leakage. If you live in Michigan’s lower peninsula, give us a call at 866-900-3626, or fill out the form on our website.
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