Yes WOW....the mutt was not amused
I start shaking the can and they run for the hills now.
Okay added the stacks and vents to the list. Forgot about them. We have the firestop foam in all the holes in the top plate for wiring and where we pulled out wiring.
The windows are not the greatest but they are double glazed and we have spent alot of time caulking and insulating around them. Nekked money tree so an upgrade there will have to wait. We did add 2 windows and have 2 more to replace - these ones were upgraded.
The doors are certainly not water tight..failed that test miserably. We had added a new front door just before the flood and this one is air tight and acutally did very well. We will be replacing the two other outer doors after the major work is done. I keep dinging them hauling stuff out but we will be getting the better quality ones.
The ducting and HVAC will be a new install so I know we will be good there.
Will look to insulate the bottom plate - thanks for that.
So basicaly anything that has an opening either to the outside or from the inside to the wall cavities should be sealed one way or another?