Champion Cellulose Fiber Insulation

Energy Savings

Almost 67% of all heat loss occurs in the ceilings and walls of a building. Properly insulating these areas of the building can dramatically reduce energy bills.

It is a known fact that Cellulose insulation performs better than fiberglass when you need it most. As temperatures become more extreme, the R-value of Cellulose insulation actually improves while the fiberglass insulation R-value drops.

Cellulose vs. Fiberglass performance


By using loose-fill Cellulose insulation, all of those hard to insulate areas such as pipes and electrical boxes can be easily insulated providing a tight fit and increasing the efficiency of the attic or wall insulation.

The excellent insulating properties of Cellulose insulation will allow you to optimize your HVAC equipment to ensure that the correct or “right-sized” unit is put into the structure.

Energy Star

Energy Star PartnerChampion’s Cellulose insulations are Energy Star Products. Energy Star products help you save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by meeting strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy.

Most people are familiar with the Energy Star label on kitchen appliances and other electrical devices. However people often overlook that the single biggest energy-saving opportunity in a house is having the correct insulation installed.

At Champion Insulation, we encourage all homeowners to look for the Energy Star logo on all products they purchase.