Home Improvement Company in Fall River, MA
RetroFit Insulation. Offers an innovative whole home service located on building science and the principles of home performance contracting. We treat your home as a fully integrated system, instead of just four walls and a roof. The unique RetroFit Insulation approach can speedily pinpoint the areas of your home's shortfalls, recommend solutions and contract repairs that will affect your comfort, health, safety and utility bills.
read moreAnalyzing your home's needs begins with a consultation by a RetroFit, BPI-certified professional (Building Performance Institute). Our BPI-certified professionals will utilize blower door testing and/or infrared scanning to locate insulation and air sealing defects in your structure's walls, ceilings, and floors. Our detailed analysis and recommendations will pinpoint problem areas and offer affordable solutions to repair and insulate your home or business. Call RetroFit Insulation for expert residential or commercial energy audits throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Maine.
read moreLet RetroFit Insulation, Inc. in MA and RI show you how adding insulation is one of the most important, home improvements you can make. Although it's invisible, insulation can add value and comfort to your house, even if yours is an older home. If your home was built before the mid-1970's, it may not have any insulation. Used to reduce heat transfer, insulation is a non-structural material that can make your new, or older home, or place of business more comfortable in a variety of ways, while reducing your energy costs.
Attic & wall insulation
read moreThe attic is often the most poorly insulated and ventilated area of your home's envelope. Insufficient insulation levels in your attic can result in major heat loss and thus, higher energy bills. Furthermore, poor ventilation and air leakage are major contributing factor for ice dams and mold growth. The walls of many homes are also poorly insulated and lead to heat loss, as well. RetroFit Insulation uses high quality Rockwool or cellulose insulation for insulating home attics and walls. Rockwool or cellulose insulation's formaldehyde-free properties make it cleaner to install and safer for the environment.
read moreRetroFit Foam insulation is a private label name. RetroFit Foam was developed by a leading chemical company over 30 years ago and has been installed in more than 3 million new and existing residential constructions. In 1975, the manufacture of RetroFit Foam along with the help of a grant provided by the United States Department of Energy, under the Federal Non-Nuclear Energy Research and Development Act of 1974 (Public Law #93-577) expanded its research into thermal insulation foams. Recognizing the inherent shortcomings of polyurethane and urea formaldehyde foams, the D.O.E.