Michigan Contractor Wants to Help You Determine if You Need New Insulation in Your Home

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RetroFoam of Michigan creates comprehensive checklist to help homeowners determine if they need new or updated insulation.

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18 Signs and Symptoms it May be Time to Update Your Insulation

It can be hard as a homeowner to know if your insulation is doing its job, or if there are areas in your home that have no insulation at all.

Don’t let your home hold you hostage with high energy bills and uncomfortable rooms.

It can be hard as a homeowner to know if your insulation is doing its job, or if there are areas in your home that have no insulation at all.

But don’t worry, RetroFoam of Michigan has developed a checklist that can help you figure out if it’s time to get rid of your old insulation and start with something new. The insulation contractor’s “18 Signs and Symptoms it May Be Time to Update Your Insulation”, which is a free download available on their website, can help you identify problems in your home that are caused by little to no insulation.

All it takes is just one of these signs or symptoms to make your home not only uncomfortable but cost you money on your monthly energy bills. Some of the signs and symptoms included in the checklist are:

  • Your furnace runs constantly during the winter.
  • Your home is hot in the summer and the air conditioner constantly runs.
  • You have cold floors throughout the house.

While these are problems that directly affect the comfort and energy efficiency of your home, there are others that could cost you money if they get out of hand. Those problems include frozen pipes, ice dams on your roof, and old insulation that has settled or sagged.

Get to Know RetroFoam of Michigan and Foam Insulation

RetroFoam of Michigan has insulated thousands of homes across the lower peninsula since 2002. Our mission is to help homeowners solve their problems regarding the comfort and energy efficiency of their homes.

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