RetroFoam Insulation Cost

Learn the factors that impact the cost of RetroFoam insulation.

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Learn Pricing Factors for RetroFoam Insulation

How Much Does RetroFoam Insulation Cost?

Several factors impact the cost of insulation.

Learn what they are so you can understand exactly how pricing works.

 

Learn Pricing Factors for RetroFoam Insulation

What Factors Determine the RetroFoam Insulation Cost?

RetroFoam is the more expensive option when compared to traditional insulation like fiberglass and cellulose.

That increased cost is because you are going to get better performance from the RetroFoam. There are a few other factors that determine that final cost, so let’s dive in.

Jeff Miller, RetroFoam Customer

“The difference it made was unbelievable.”

Jeff Miller was tired of his hard-earned money going to high energy bills each month. 

Jeff likes to save money where he can, and when he found RetroFoam insulation, he knew it was a wise investment.

“I would tell anybody to do it,” Jeff Miller said. “It seems pretty pricey to begin with, but just from my own account, I would say between a four- and five-year payback and the rest of your life, you’re making money. Not to mention being comfortable. The difference it made was unbelievable.”

The savings Jeff sees in his monthly heating and cooling bills show it is costing him less to make his home more comfortable than a house half the size.

Jeff Miller, RetroFoam Customer

How to Save On Your RetroFoam Insulation Cost

There are a few ways you can save money on your RetroFoam insulation, and they come down to how the material performs.

Rebates

Utility companies also offer incentives when homeowners make energy-efficient upgrades to their homes.

Rebates from energy providers vary depending on the utility company, the insulation's performance, and the size of the project. This is something your RetroFoam dealer or utility company can explain further.

Tax Credits

When there are energy-efficient upgrades made to a home, federal tax credits are available to the homeowner.

It’s important to discuss any applicable energy efficiency tax credits with your accountant as they change quite frequently. Your accountant will be able to clarify which credits are available and how much of a credit you’re eligible for.

Rebates

Utility companies also offer incentives when homeowners make energy-efficient upgrades to their homes.

Rebates from energy providers vary depending on the utility company, the insulation's performance, and the size of the project. This is something your RetroFoam dealer or utility company can explain further.

Everything You Need to Know About RetroFoam Insulation

RetroFoam is the Best Solution to Insulate Existing Walls

RetroFoam insulation is a premium insulation material with a higher price tag, but the benefits can make it all worth it.

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