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RetroFoam™ of Southwest Michigan

One of the best options in Southwest Michigan for reducing your energy costs is installing RetroFoam™ insulation.
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Why RetroFoam™?

With energy costs always on the rise, RetroFoam can pay for itself by saving you money on your utility bills. RetroFoam keeps your home warmer or cooler longer. And since it’s not necessary to tear out walls or remove old insulation, RetroFoam spray foam insulation costs less to install than any other re-insulation material.

Foam Insulation

RetroFoam™ is a nonflammable insulation material. RetroFoam can be injected into the wall cavity of your home or office. Optimal for replacing old insulation or insulating an existing building, RetroFoam insulation offers numerous benefits as well as a simple and quick installation process.

We Are Fully Licensed And Insured.

Insulation Rebates And Tax Credits!

 
DSIRE
Consumers Energy
Energy Star
DTE Energy
 

RetroFoam™ of Southwest Michigan is accredited with:

Retrofoam of Southwest Michigan, LLC, Contractor Insulation, Hamilton, MI

Here Are a Few of Our Happy Customers...

We were previously troubled by mold in the bedrooms of one particular side of the house. But since the insulation there has been no sign of dampness. The overall temperature of the house remains more constant and the heat from the winter sun is not lost immediately at sunset.

Claude C.

I love RetroFoam™! We’re saving 40% a month on our heating bill! Our home is a renovated farmhouse built in the 1940’s. You could honestly hear the Northern Ohio winds hiss through the walls. Now our house is comfortable to sit in year round and there are no more drafts.

Laura & Rod B.

The house is so much more quiet and easier to heat. We don’t have the drafts we used to have. The RetroFoam™ dealer left my home cleaner than before.      

Dacia S.

Since we had RetroFoam™ installed we noticed the house is much more comfortable. We used to notice the windy days, but now our home is very quiet. We have a bump-out area in the dining room where the floors were always cold, but now we can walk by our bay window in bare feet and the floor is toasty warm.      

Matt R.