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Thermal insulation 'can save homeowners money'

Thermal insulation can reduce a homeowner's energy bills by a third, according to one writer.

In an article for the Daily Express, Adrian Lee described how having loft and cavity wall insulation can help to cut the carbon footprint of many properties.

He described how if people "concentrated on basics", they can make their houses more energy efficient and thus help contribute to lowering Britain's overall power consumption.

Lagging properties can reduce heat loss and therefore prevent people from needing to consume as much energy to warm their homes.

Mr Lee referred to research which suggests around eight million residences do not have adequate heating insulation.

This means a vast number of individuals are merely letting their cash "escape through the roof".

According to a recent article on Free Press Release Distribution, thermal insulation can not only keep properties warm, but also help to effectively block the transfer of sound.