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Cellulose Insulation by National Fiber

Choosing an insulation product for your home is something you'll literally have to live with for a long time. But when you compare Cel-Pak to the alternatives, it's an easy choice.

Let's get something out of the way up front:

Cellulose is not the least expensive insulation you can buy.

That would be traditional fiberglass batt insulation. But here's what you really need to know. Cellulose insulation, while it costs more when you install it, will save you much more energy (money) every year, up to 40% more than fiberglass batts in a new home. So let's do some simple math on that new home: remember that this assumes 10 years of stable energy costs, which isn't likely to happen, so if energy costs go up so do your savings!

Offering proven energy savings, the highest recycled content and the lowest embodied energy (the amount of energy it takes to manufacture) of any insulation choice, National Fiber's Cel-Pak is not only a great choice, it's the greenest choice, too.

* Cel-Pak saves you more on your heating and cooling bills - up to 40% more than fiberglass. See our Insulation Savings Calculator for more information.
* Cel-Pak has a local recycled content of 82%+. Fiberglass has less than 35%, sprayed foam insulations nearly zero.
* Cel-Pak takes 750 BTU's per pound to manufacture, vs. 12,000 BTU's/lb for fiberglass and up to 40,000 BTU's/lb for foam insulations.
* We make Cel-Pak right here in New England, which means lower emissions as our insulation travels fewer miles before it gets to your home.

  Fiberglass Cellulose
Price to insulate $1,000 $2,500
Annual heating cost $1,200 $720
Annual cooling cost $1,000 $600
Total cost at 10 years $23,000 $15,700

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