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Previous Questions and Answers
Q:can we change the room size on this plan
A:Hello, Yes, if you would like a quote to modify the plans, please reply with a list of the changes. We will provide a quote.
Date Posted: 13-Feb-19
Q:Where would you put a furnace and hot water heater? Can you have a basement and can you have access to attic? Judy
A:Hello, The basement version of this plan is 59122. The extra space required to add basement stairs changes the footage to 950 heated. The basement level comes as empty unfinished storage space, but could be modified to be a walkout basement, or whatever you had in mind. If you have a basement foundation type, the heat and ac unit, and water heater can be located there. If you use a tankless water heater, which is most common now, those mount on any exterior wall, or inside on the wall. If there is no basement, the heat and ac unit will be in the attic, and a tankless type water heater will be necessary, unless you choose to put an old timey tank style water heater in the attic too, which is very common.
There is an attic access in the hallway, but it is not shown on the presentation plan you see online.
Date Posted: 04-Dec-18
Q:It looks like there is room for a loft. There is a window in one of the pictures where a second floor would be. It there one?
A:No. There is no loft in this house plan.
Date Posted: 06-Mar-17
Q:where is the hot water tank
A:Hello, We recommend using a tankless water heater, unless you want to put an old timey conventional type in the attic, with a catch basin, and drain line connected to the plumbing. The ac unit is also intended to go in the attic, since there is no good place to put it in a plan this small.
Tankless type water heaters are small and very flexible in their mounting locations. Usually, they are mounted on the exterior wall near the bathrooms, or under a counter, in the attic, under the house if its a crawlspace, etc...
Predrawn house plans do not include plumbing, heat and ac, or any other type of mechanical plans. This is all explained in more detail in the frequently asked questions portion of the website.
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Date Posted: 03-Jan-17
Q:Please can you provide the dimensions
A:Hello, This house is 30 feet wide, by 36' deep overall. Each room size is given online, except for these smaller spaces that were really too small to add the text…
Approx. sizes are-
Bath is 5' x 8'
Laundry closet is 3'-3"x5'-4"
Date Posted: 03-Jun-16
Q:Is any loft area in this plan? If so, where is the acess to the loft? Thanks
A:Hello, No there is no loft. There is floored attic storage up there with a scuttle hole or pull down stairs in the living area for access. It could be modified to be a loft with a ladder on the wall for access, and a vaulted ceiling in the living area, but its not that way now.
Date Posted: 20-Jun-13
Q:Can I make modifications to this plan?
A:Yes you can! Please click the "Modifications" tab above to get more information.
Q:What is the estimated price to build this plan?
A:The national average for a house is running right at $125.00 per SF. You can get more detailed information by clicking the Cost-To-Build tab above. Sorry, but we cannot give cost estimates for garage, multifamily or project plans.
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