Estimate your foam insulation project
How much will it cost to better insulate my home?
Our budget calculator below can help you identify the high and low ranges of your project. Of course this calculator isn’t a substitute for one of our project managers to issue you a formal quote.
Our project managers are able to help you prioritize and phase your project where necessary and are also able to apply discounts based on various factors. Click through the calculator and then submit a request to meet with a project manager to see what they can do to help you!
Affording Foam Insulation
What happens if we can’t stand another hot day in our home but we don’t think we can afford to insulate our home? We do offer financing for our projects and we invite you to talk to our project managers so they can help you get qualified.
What impacts the cost of an Injection or Foam Insulation project?
The best way to get an accurate price on an injection or foam insulation project is to reach out to our team and talk with a project manager.
There are several factors that impact the price of a foam insulation installation.
Size of the job
The size of the job is determined by the actual volume that will need to be foamed. The more volume, the higher the cost.
Difficulty of the job
This includes things such as the number of stories, the type of exterior siding, and the amount of prep work involved.
Local building codes
Climate zones throughout the Carolinas and Southern Virginia are different and will have different code requirements.
One of our concierge team members would be happy to help to connect you with a project manager for a more accurate estimate.
WHAT OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE TO HELP WITH LOWERING THE COST OF RETROFOAMING MY HOME?
Most energy providers of natural gas or electricity provide rebates for making your home more energy efficient. Reach out to your energy provider to see what rebates they might have available for insulating your home.
Another option for reducing the cost of RetroFoaming your home is to look for any tax credits that are available. Often there are tax credits available for increasing the energy efficiency of your home. Check with your tax preparer to see if tax credits are available.