Greenfiber blow-in cellulose insulation

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There’s a long list of reasons contractors and homeowners benefit from using Greenfiber. And our advantages extend to you, too, from the range of our products to our competitive marketing to the support you’ll get from our people. We look forward to increasing your comfort with the industry’s leading cellulose insulation.

  • Let your customers know about our advantages.
    Why it’s better

    Why it’s better

    Greenfiber’s not only easier to install in retrofit and new construction environments, but it keeps homes cooler in the summer¹ and warmer in the winter.² It’s so effective, it can reduce energy bills by up to 22%.³

    Along with energy savings and superior comfort, it also provides exceptional noise control and unmatched fire resistance. Plus, all Greenfiber products are UL Listed and Classified, and we help contractors meet essential certifications.

    Why it’s better
  • We’re the leader in cellulose insulation.
    Why Greenfiber

    Why Greenfiber

    Across the US and Canada, we’re the energy-saving, cost-effective, smart insulation choice. With eight US manufacturing facilities, we can almost always deliver with just a two- to three-day lead time. We also provide competitive programs to reach your customers, and we offer the support you need when you need it.

    From blended insulation that’s perfect for most attics to specialty products spanning residential and agricultural use, our cellulose will give your customers the best results.

    Why Greenfiber

All the support you need, in one place.

We don’t just make it easier to install insulation. We make it easier to sell.

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¹ According to Brookhaven National Laboratory
² According to Oak Ridge National Laboratory
³ Based on a University of Colorado study (1990) comparing cellulose and fiberglass batt insulation in identical structures during the winter season.