Our Plans contain the following pages: C-1 - Color Cover A-1 - Foundation Plan A-2 - Main Level Floor Plan A-2.1 - Upper Level Floor Plan (if applicable) A-3 - Exterior Elevations A-4 - Exterior Elevations A-5 - Roof Plan A-6 - Building Sections D-1 - Construction Details S-1 - Main Level Structural Framing Plan S-2.1 - Upper Level Structural Framing Plan (if applicable) S-2 - Ceiling Structural Framing Plan S-3 - Roof Structural Framing Plan E-1 - Lighting Fixture and Outlet Plan
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Q:Does the middle section of this floorplan have a raised ceiling? This is important to me, at least in the living area.
Also, if not, do you have a split bedroom plan that does around the same square footage?
A:Unfortunately, it does not. This would be a modification.
Date Posted: 14-Dec-21
Q:How do you add this plan too be setup with a basement? I’m looking for this style house but with a walkout basement in the rear with a cover back porch the full length of the house.
A:This plan comes with an unfinished standard basement option. A walkout basement would be a modification.
Date Posted: 02-Nov-21
Q:is this roof system rated for heavy snow loads and what are the dimensions of widows
A:The roof design loads are 30LL and 15DL. Most of the windows are 3050.
Date Posted: 28-Jan-21
Q:what is the total square footage to this home
A:The total heated space is 1400/SQFT. The covered porch and deck area is 264/SQFT. The total footprint area is 1664/SQFT.
Date Posted: 29-Dec-20
Q:Can 2x6 exterior walls be on 24” centers for better insulation? Can roof trusses be used on 24” centers, with raised cambered trusses for the living and kitchen areas to have 10’ ceilings? Thanks.
A:All of our plans are designed at 16" O/C. Switching to 24" O/C would be a matter to take up with a local engineer.
Date Posted: 11-Sep-19
Q:How long are roof overhangs?
A:The rake & eave overhangs are both 12".
Date Posted: 22-Jul-19
Q:is the front porch supported by a beam or will the trusses support their selves over the 6 ft.
A:The front porch roof is supported by a beam.
Date Posted: 19-Jun-19
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