A Message to Our Customers About COVID-19

Champion is committed to the health and safety of our customers and our employees. This commitment includes regularly monitoring updates about the COVID-19 virus through the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website and following the recommended best practices and guidelines including:

  • frequent washing and sanitizing of hands
  • limiting social distance and handshaking
  • sick employees staying home
  • increased cleaning of factory equipment

We are confident in our ability to provide exceptional service to our customers, and will continue to schedule free in-home estimates, services and installations at the request of our loyal customers. We will monitor the situation and adjust our business practices as necessary.



Developed in 1936, the AAMA (American Architectural Manufacturers Association) Certification Program is the leading trade association representing the residential and commercial fenestration industry with respect for product certification, standards development, education and training, legislative regulations, and building and energy codes. AAMA's member companies include manufacturers and suppliers of windows, doors, skylights, curtain wall, storefronts and related materials and components. AAMA's activities include standards development, product certification, market research and educational programs.

Champion proudly carries the AAMA Gold Label. The AAMA Certification Program and Gold Label are accepted and even required by many Federal, State, and Local building codes and administrators as the top window and door certification program, providing a seal of approval for product quality. This assurance extends to builders, building owners, homeowners, and dealers.

To receive the AAMA Gold Label, windows and doors must pass required performance tests at an AAMA-accredited laboratory for resistance to air leakage, water penetration and wind pressure. Production line units must be certified that each are built to the same specifications as the unit tested for performance. Surprise inspections are performed annually for manufacturing plant production lines, component inventory, and quality control records.