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Mess-Free and Hassle-Free Installation Process

RetroFoam™: A Mess-Free, and Hassle-Free Installation Process

RetroFoam™ is typically installed from the outside of your home thereby eliminating the need to disturb your interior living space. A certified RetroFoam™ technician drills small holes through the exterior of your home and into each wall cavity. Then, RetroFoam™ is injected into each hole. Once the entire wall cavity is filled, the holes are plugged, and the exterior of your home shows no signs of our installation process – it’s that simple!

Most RetroFoam™ installations can be completed in one day, and you’ll experience the benefits immediately! With RetroFoam™, there is no need to tear open walls, move furniture, or create a mess inside your home. RetroFoam™ is the mess-free and hassle-free solution to your insulation needs!

Typically Completed in One Day
Lifetime Warranty

Northwest RetroFoam™ offers a Lifetime Warranty on the product and workmanship of our foam insulation services. The Lifetime Warranty is transferable, which means the benefits of RetroFoam™ add permanent value to your home, even if you decide to sell.

Questions about our Lifetime Warranty? Call us TODAY at (208) 500-1896!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What happens to the existing fiberglass insulation in the walls when RetroFoam™ is installed?
When injected into the wall cavities, RetroFoam™ will compress the existing fiberglass insulation and fill all the voids in the entire cavity.

Can you insulate existing walls without removing the drywall?
Yes! Regardless of the siding type (brick, vinyl, stone, etc.), our expert installers will drill through the exterior siding of your home to inject RetroFoam™ into the wall cavity.

How long does it take to install foam insulation in my home?
Our hassle-free installation process is usually completed within a day.

Can I stay in my home during the installation process?
Absolutely! RetroFoam™ does not emit any harmful gases during the installation process, so it’s safe for you and your family to be in your home during the entire process.