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A thatched roof as a ‘warm roof’, the first energy efficiency measures should concentrate on optimising the performance of the existing thatch by addressing areas where most heat loss is taking place. A fan pressurisation test will pinpoint the worst areas of air leakage which can then be sealed with vapour permeable materials. In many cases simple repairs can deliver acceptable levels of thermal performance without the addition of further insulation. However, if the thatch still lacks a reasonable insulating value then the addition of extra insulation can be considered beneath the thatch.It is wise to look at areas within the thatch where non-insulating materials are used such as tiled slopes over dormers, beneath lead lined valley gutters that may be causing more heat to be lost. Often these are the least thermally efficient area of a thatched roof and therefore local upgrading is extremely beneficial. As such materials are far worse insulators than thatch they need additional insulation to prevent a local ‘cold bridge’ forming underneath them. The interface between the thatch and other materials is also a potential source of air infiltration and heat loss, as such joints are difficult to make reasonably airtight.