Blower Door Test Obvious Leaks
My county requires a blower door test as part of the inspection process. I would have one done even if it was not required. I have been pretty meticulous about sealing the house: zip sheathing, Prosoco caulk to seal between the zip sheathing and foundation, sealing the windows, taping the electrical boxes, etc. Are there any other obvious places to look and seal before the blower door test is done? I am thinking about sealing the conduits at the distribution panel in the garage since they are connected to the house. Not sure what other areas to look for. I would like to get the air changes per hour as low as possible. Thanks for anyone’s help.
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