Title Sheet 3D line drawing of the residence, plan number.
• Plan showing dimensional layout of slab foundation of the home.
• Necessary notations pertaining to foundation.
• Keyed section marks of footings, piers, etc.
• If optional conventional plan, floor joist type and direction. (Post-Tension slabs, basements by others.)
• This sheet has standard section details for the particular type of foundation chosen.
• Typical cornice sections and symbol schedule.
• Typical wall sections.
• Note: Above details may be on other sheets.
• All wall placements with dimensions.
• Door & window sizes and descriptions.
• Room labels.
• Stairway dimensions, sections and layout. (May be shown on other sheets)
• Notes relating to vaults, electrical floor outlets, location of beams, headers.
• Suggested mechanical equipment locations.
• Front, rear and all sides of the exterior elevations. (Scale – ¼” equals 1”-0)
• These sheets will include all necessary dimensions, material labels, roof slopes, pertinent dimensions.
• All architectural elements relating to the exterior of the home.
• Dormer locations on two story homes, if any.
Electrical Schematic Suggested light switch, outlet, ceiling fan locations, electrical symbol chart.
Section Drawings Cross sections of the home showing floor-ceiling heights, insulation, flooring and roofing details, as necessary.
Millwork Elevations Suggested cabinet, fireplace elevations as well as any distinctive architectural elements.
Roof Plan & Roof Framing Plan Shows the roof slopes & suggested rafter layouts.
What is not included These details can be provided by your builder or local suppliers.
• Details/layout of heating/cooling systems and ductwork.
• Plumbing schematics, pipe sizes, locations and details.
• Electrical wiring layouts and details.
• Standard, daylight or partial basement plans.
• Any other location specific engineering.
• Specification Sheets
Code Compliance Plans are drawn to meet the International Residnetial Code. In all cases specific state and local codes may apply. Consult with state and local building officials in determining your code requirements.
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Previous Questions and Answers
Q:Are the elevations correct for the one story version of this? I'm not seeing where the top windows would fit with the floor plan.
A:This plan is one story. The windows are an architectural element for looks only. Thanks for the question.
Date Posted: 08-Feb-21
Q:Do you have this or a similar plan but 1700 to 1800 square feet?
A:No, sorry I do not. You could look into modifying the plan. I could modify the foundation and floor plan and get exactly what you want. Leaving the elevations, roof plans, electrical plan and section views as is.
Date Posted: 22-Jun-20
Q:Does the plan show floor joists for the crawlspace? Why is the house drawn at 35' instead of 36' wide?
A:Plan does show a crawlspace plan showing the floor joists and footings, etc. There is a floor joist space chart on it also. Floor joist are not sized as they could several types of joist.
Heated area is 35’ x 35’ because that’s the way it was desiged.
Date Posted: 04-Jun-20
Q:What is the total square footage under roof?
A:2500 sf under roof
1225 heated sf
Date Posted: 09-Mar-20
Q:Hello, does the 50 foot wide, 50 foot deep include the covered porch area ?
A:Yes it does. Actual heated SF is 35' x 35'.
Thanks for the question.
Date Posted: 13-Jan-20
Q:Where is the AC and return air located on this layout?
A:The HVAC unit is located in the attic, accessed thru the large walk-in closet by a hatch, Return air is where the HVAC contractor needs to locate it, typically on the ceiling. Thanks for the question!
Date Posted: 27-Feb-13
Q:Are the ceilings vaulted or flat?
Where does the hot water heater go?
Are the dormers functional (letting light in) or decorational?
A:Thanks for your interest in our plans!
Ceilings are flat in this plan. However, any of the rooms could have either a "V" vault or a box vault if desired.
Water heater goes in the attic accessed by a hatch in the closet. Again if desired could be moved to one of the large closets if desired.
Dormers are decorational........The front dormer could have be light functional by vaulting to to the window.
Date Posted: 09-Nov-12
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