Last winter we noticed several areas of our floor have gaps that allowed cold air in. I'm looking for suggestions on how to fill these gaps between the wall and some floorboards that don't extend far enough. This is a sunroom in the front of the home - it is an exterior wall.
I was going to perhaps use a gap + crack foam filler and then chip off whatever foam is visible once it dries. These areas are not as visible since a chair and side table sit in front. I'm a bit worried the foam will be unruly and end up damaging the baseboards or surrounding hardwood somehow.
I noticed that some sites recommend caulking this sort of gap. Should I caulk or try the expanding foam?
Separately I have this big gap under a baseboard on a different exterior wall where cold air gets in. It's more visible; right next to our television in the living room. Perhaps a good candidate for using a clear caulk?