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Previous Questions and Answers
Q:What are the ceiling heights, and are they vaulted anywhere? Or any tray ceilings?
A:All rooms have 8'-0" flat ceilings.
Date Posted: 06-Jan-20
Q:Is the corner frame wall in the kitchen being load bearing? Can we take out that corner framed little wall in middle of the kitchen and still have load bearing?
A:That wall can be removed if the truss framed roof option is used.
Date Posted: 04-Nov-19
Q:What is basement sq Footage?
A:The unfinished basement is 1380/SQFT
Date Posted: 18-Sep-19
Q:Can you tell me if what looks like a corner wall between the kitchen and the living room is actually a load bearing support wall or is it simply cosmetic? Thank you
A:The walls on both sides of the kitchen are full walls with a 6'-0" wide X 6'-8" high cased opening in both. The wall facing the front of the house is a bearing wall in the standard version of this plan with a stick-framed ceiling and roof. If you switch the roof from stick-framed to truss-framed that wall will no longer be bearing.
Date Posted: 29-Apr-19
Q:Could you tell me what the measurments for the bath, master bath, the W.I.C. and the utility rooms? Thanks, Shana
A:The Bath is 9'-0" X 5'-0".
The Master Bath is 9'-0" X 7'-0".
The W.I.C. is 6'-0" X 5'-0".
The Utility Room is 7'-0" X 8'-0".
These dimensions are rounded off.
Date Posted: 05-Mar-19
Q:For the most part i like the plan. One question i have is how you anticipated the furniture layout in the living room and what wall the TV would go on?
A:A sofa / love seat combination or a sectional could go in the corner formed by the front wall and the bedroom 3 wall. A wall mounted TV could go on the opposite wall.
Date Posted: 05-Feb-19
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