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Previous Questions and Answers
Q:Do you have this house plan 59937 with stairs to basement. Could take away from one of the 2 bedrooms. Bryan
A:See plan 59987 for the basement version. It comes with a full basement, non walkout type. The basement is the same size and shape as the heated/cooled portions of the main floor. Basement comes as unfinished empty space with 9' tall poured in place concrete exterior walls.
Date Posted: 13-Oct-17
Q:Do you have a side view of the roof lines? I don’t understand the pitches you said, I like the plan but I don’t know how that peak will look, does the porch roof run parallel to the main roof?
A:Hello, We have attached the rear and left side view, as well as the birds eye view of the roof for your review.
The steeper roof slopes are used to create an attractive horizontal ridge line when viewing the house from the front. If all the roof slopes were changed to 8/12, the front porch roof would come to a point (like a triangle shape) which is not considered attractive by most people.
Stephen Mathis, CPBD
Q:What pitch is the roof in the picture, it says 8/12 primary but that looks much steeper.
A:The front and back is 8:12. The sides are 12:12. The sides of the front porch are 14:12 and the back porch is 4:12.
Date Posted: 13-Dec-16
Q:Resending: Does this house have an attic? Can the two window dormers be left off the roof?
A:Hello, Yes, there is an attic. Attic means the space between the ceiling and the roof....
If you are asking if this house has a floored, useable second floor, the answer is no.
The dormers are decorative only. They are not open to anything except the attic. They can easily be left off by just telling the builder to delete them.
Each dormer costs about $1000 to build, so its common to delete those..
Date Posted: 29-Oct-15
Q:Is there a way to see similar floor plans to this?
A:You can click on the link "see more plans by this designer" to see others.
We do have several variations of that plan, such as plan 59936 , 59134, 59972, 59155 (basement), 59167, 59973 and 59952
Date Posted: 16-Oct-14
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