26 Dec '11, 2pm

Green Building Q&A: most effective door weatherstripping?

So, for blocking little air leaks around the perimeter of the door slab: of the typically available options--the felt stuff, the foam tape, the molded plastic fin stuff, the teardrop-shaped stuff, etc.--what's the best plan of attack? What's useless? I've got some of that typical compression door seal stuff (whatever it's called) installed on the jambs, and there's a triple-seal sweep already installed, but it's not really close to perfect yet. I'll also be installing it around my vent panel. For what it's worth, I have indeed looked at this: http://www.energysavers.gov/your_home/insulation_airsealing/index.cfm/my... (Didn't see this covered when I ran a search, but, y'know....)

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