So, another home goes up in smoke.
But the "reporters" say that it's the Government's "failed foil insulation scheme". Hullo? The foil electrocutes people, the incorrectly installed batts cause fires as they're laid over hot light fittings.
Can someone please report the facts?
Are they only checking foil insulation? A lot of what I've seen on TV as "foil" insulation looks a lot like alfoil, or just sarking (which is installed directly under the roofing or behind wooden sall boards), and does not have any other insulation material like batts attached to it so is not "insulation".