I'm looking for some foam installation prices. I know each company is different and have there own overhead and all, and I also realize there are differing degrees of difficulty but there has to be some sought of avg. price for sq. ft. pricing per inch for attic slopes, crawlspace/ basement ceilings and rim joist.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

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In Oklahoma contractors are charging about 3x the cost of standard insulation.

Not much to go on, but, thanks any whey.

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory has a database of energy efficient retrofit measures with average costs and ranges including material and labor costs. The database is available at

http://www.nrel.gov/ap/retrofits

We are currently nearing the release of v3 of the database, but hopefully you can find what you're looking for in the current version. Good luck.

Great, thank you.

Paul

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