glasshaus in the Grove is a gorgeous, luxury boutique condo at 3161 Center Street in Coconut Grove, Florida. Less than 10 minutes from Brickell, Downtown and Key Biscayne, glasshaus is convenient to everything between the beach and the airport. The marinas and bayside parks are just down 27th Avenue. The village shops, restaurants and movies are just to the right, which means residents will be able to walk to everything.
We are often asked why homes need blower door tests. For Florida home builders, blower door testing is important now that it is required by the Florida building code and necessary to obtain a certificate of occupancy (“CO”).
In Florida, a blower door test is required by code to get a certificate of occupancy or “CO.” We created a Blower Door Test Readiness Builder Checklist to help our customers and their community construction managers or site superintendents (often referred to as “CCMs”) know when to call RunBrook’s technicians to schedule blower door testing. CCMs are finding this checklist helpful to avoid delays and get a CO quickly.
On July 1, 2017, blower door tests became a requirement in Florida for all new residential homes and multifamily buildings three stories or less. Here are the three things multifamily and production home builders need to know about the Florida blower door test.