And while many people believe this to be effective in cold weather, the good news is it can also work well during the warmer months of the year.
Indeed, even in the heat of summer, premises can experience a large fluctuation in temperatures, so protecting against this with insulation can be a wise move.
Thomas Heldgaard, managing director of Roxul Asia, tells the news source: "Think of insulation for your home as a thermal flask. You can use it to keep a hot drink warm. But the same flask can also keep a cold drink cool."
The Westborough News recently advised homeowners to insulate their lofts in a bid to improve energy efficiency.
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