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Q:Hello I’m very interested in this home do you have any interior photos of it?
A:Sorry , we don’t have any interior images for this house.
Date Posted: 11-Sep-19
Q:how much sqr ft wood it ad if the back of hse from master and bedroom two walls where straight out as far as peek wheere firplace is back of house is square
A:it would ad 504 square feet
Date Posted: 29-Aug-16
Q:are the windows in back off house next to fire place standard or custom can u get them triple e
A:These window are custom made , only the manufacturer would be able to answer about the triple e .
Date Posted: 08-Mar-16
How can we see more of plan 48040 before we buy your plans. Is there more pictures, or more pictures of an actual house, or a built house somewhere in Texas? Or maybe you have a 3d to view? We need to see more before we buy.
A:But we don't have any more image than what you see on the website.
Date Posted: 24-Jul-13
Q:One last question. Does the basement footprint follow the extended area of the first floor out to a point, or is the basement plan more “rectangular”. I am planning to build on a sloped lot, so I would basically want the basement to be just “3 walls”, i.e. front and two sides; sort of a “walkout basement” or “daylight basement”. Does this sound possible per your plans?
A:The basement follow the exact footprint of the main floor , you can decide to do wood wall on one side to do a walk-out basement .
Date Posted: 21-May-12
Q:Does the basement mirror the upper floor length and width, or is it smaller?
A:6" less , in each side
Date Posted: 18-May-12
Q:What does the basement layout look like?
A:They're is no layout for the basement , it is an open space with just the staircase going up and a couple of post (4)to support the main floor .
Date Posted: 18-May-12
Q:I would choose not to go with the fireplace. Is a window added on both sides and where is the hot water heater?
A:They're is no window added , it's just that they are balanced without the fireplace.
The water heater is in the basement.
Date Posted: 25-Jul-11
Q:How is the 45 degree angle in the living/dining room framed for the roof? The plan says Truss roof framing, but i need a little clarification. If you could send a section showing that, it would help greatly.
A:The roof inthe living/dining area is made with 18" prefab joist.
Date Posted: 08-Feb-11
Q:We were wondering how much cupboard space there is in the kitchen, and what everything is on the stair wall in kitchen, can't enlarge big enough to see clearly.
A:On the staircase wall, you will find the ovens. refrigerator and the pantry.
There isn't any high cabinets, but you have where the sink is 11'-7" lineau of base cabinets.
Date Posted: 28-Jun-10
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