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Retrofoam Insulation for New Homes

RetroFoam's spray foam insulation saves energy, extends the life of HVAC systems, and keeps your home comfortable year-round. And it does this all while lowering your energy bills.
RetroFoam's spray foam insulation saves energy, extends the life of HVAC systems, and keeps your home comfortable year-round. And it does this all while lowering your energy bills.

Do it Right the first time.

Your new home is a long-term investment, and you need insulation designed to last as long as your house will.

You’ve probably added a lot of upgrades to your new home, and it will soon be your dream home.

Ensure that you enjoy all of those upgrades year-round by installing foam insulation. RetroFoam of the Carolinas foam insulation comes with a warranty that will last as long as your house stands.

Why Foam for Your New Home?

Sustainable energy bills

RetroFoam’s foam insulation creates an air seal that prevents air leakage and reduces the cost of your energy bills.

Keep Your Home Comfortable

The air-seal created by spray foam insulation creates an air seal that will keep your home comfortable all year round.

Extend the Life of
Your HVAC

Spray foam insulation gives you a complete air seal that saves energy and allows less wear and tear on your HVAC units.

Avoid Future
Hassles

Insulating your home with foam now will save you the hassles of replacing traditional insulation later down the road.

What Areas of Your New Home Need Foam?

Create an air seal and prevent air leakage with retrofoam

How RetroFoam of the Carolinas Installs Foam In New Homes

Once the home is ready for insulation, we will schedule a date to complete the installation. On the day of the install:

  • The crew comes to the site and preps any windows or doors with a protective covering
  • The installation process begins
  • After the install is complete, the RetroFoam of the Carolinas team will clean up the area and will also clean up studs for the drywall contractors

Foam Insulation For a New Home FAQ's

Open-cell spray foam is pliable. So, as your home shifts and settles, the open-cell spray foam can move and settle with the home. Open-cell foam is also easier to work with, so if wires need to be run at any point in time, it is much easier to work with open-cell foam than closed-cell foam.

Attic insulation is essential to keeping air leakage from occurring. Reducing air movement into and out of the home is the critical factor in ensuring that your new home is energy efficient. RetroFoam spray foam is able to create this barrier that prevents air leakage, giving you a much more comfortable home.

Let's Talk Foam

Fill out this form and we’ll reach out to you within one business day.

The conversation should last as no more than 10-minutes. We’ll ask you some questions that will help us understand your insulation needs and to put together an estimate.

fill out this form and Start on your path to a more comfortable home and lower energy bills.