With spring in the air, you’re probably thinking about home improvement projects again.
And you’ve got your checklist.
Updating the kitchen cabinets. Painting the office. Replacing the windows.
But there’s one thing you may have forgotten: a spray foam insulation makeover.
It seems like a complex project to tackle, right?
Well, dear homeowner, if your residence is already under construction for other remodeling projects, exposed walls and all, why not?
You’re making updates to improve the look of your house. Now make updates to improve the feel of your house.
You walk into your home this fall and the drafts are gone. You don’t have to turn on the fireplace or cuddle under a blanket 100% of the time.
The air quality feels so fresh.
You open your energy bill and it’s so much cheaper.
The noise in your neighborhood is so distant.
You can experience these real, tangible benefits – comfort, energy-efficiency and ultimately energy savings – if you add foam installation to your home improvement checklist. Spray foam, which creates an air-tight barrier around your house, can be added to your walls, crawl space, and attic, while injectable foam insulation can be added to existing walls.
Let the professionals at RetroFoam of Michigan, a team that’s insulated more than 10,000 homes the past 15 years, check this one off your list.