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Previous Questions and Answers
Q:What are the dimensions of the workshop?
A:7'-10" wide by 11' deep is the size of the workshop.
Date Posted: 15-Mar-21
Q:Is it possible to make the plans bigger We want ( my husband) s around 3000 ft home, the plans that I like is around 1800 We are in the looking stage , goal is to start building around 4-2019
A:Hello, This plan is 3000 s.f. already. It is possible to modify an 1800 s.f. house to be 3000. Just submit a picture or sketch of whatever it is you like, and we can provide a quote.
Date Posted: 23-Mar-18
Q:what are the dimensions of the upstairs bath ? The one at the end of the hall. Thanks
A:Hello, The bathroom is 5'-6" wide, and the sinks are 6 feet long. The tub/toilet area is 5'-9" from door to back side of tub. There is additional attic space on the right, and to the rear of that bathroom, so it could be enlarged easily, if desired.
The other upstairs bath is 5 feet wide, by 8'-6" deep.
Date Posted: 03-Dec-14
Q:a few questions on the master bath so i can get my math correct. What is the width of the area between the 2 closet doors? What is the distance between the vanities and the tub/shower area? What is the size of the shower, the commode and the jet tub? Thanks so much for your help!
A:Good morning, The width of the hall between the closets is 3’-10” clear. There is four feet clear from the corner of the toilet room wall to the edge of the sink counter. The shower is 48” wide and 42” deep, the Toilet room is 42” deep and 4’-8” wide (clear), the tub is a 72” long and 42” wide unit. (That is the size of the whole space from wall to wall. Hope this helps you. God bless!
Date Posted: 20-Jan-10
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