These plans agree with basic FHA/VA regulations, and meet (CABO) one and two family dwelling code. Check with your builder regarding local codes that may vary. Minor alterations can be made by your local builder without drawing new plans. The owner and contractor assume the responsibility to meet all local codes.
Square footage calculations are based on total heated space only and will NOT include garages, porches or exterior storage areas. NOTE: Thses plans will include ALL of the following:
FOUNDATION PLAN-On many of our plans we offer you options on the type of foundation you prefer. The available options for each plan are shown on the page with the plans.
FLOOR PLAN-Included with your plans will be a detailed floor plan, 1/4 inch scale, including location of lights, receptacles, switches and plumbing fixtures. Window and door sizes are noted.
ELEVATIONS-Our plans include complete front elevations drawns at 1/4" scale, other elevations drawn at 1/8" scale.
DETAILS-We furnish any necessary sections for construction of the home like Wall Sections, Stair Sections, Foundation Sections, etc.
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Q:The roof framing, does it use a ridge beam or board?
A:It is really up to what your code requires. Most code allow a 2X10 ridge beam unless you are in a heavy snow load area and then they may require an LVL beam
Date Posted: 05-Oct-21
Q:1. This plan has a foundation type of a slab. I live in Northern Maine where the frost line is roughly 8 feet. Would the foundation plans be modified for the area I live in? 2a. Is the roof system a truss or rafter system? 2b. If it’s a rafter system does it have the option to be a structural ridge; therefore, having a cathedral ceiling?
A:1. This plan has a foundation type of a slab. I live in Northern Maine where the frost line is roughly 8 feet. We show an optional foundation section for a “stem wall” type slab of construction Would the foundation plans be modified for the area I live in? 2a. Is the roof system a truss or rafter system? We show it as a stick built roof framing 2b. If it’s a rafter system does it have the option to be a structural ridge; therefore, having a cathedral ceiling? Any ridge can be structural. Your builder can handle doing that for you
Date Posted: 29-Sep-21
Q:What is the ceiling height on main and upper levels? What are the dimensions of the garage doors? Same two questions for plan 60079 please
A:As it states on the website the ceiling heights on the Main Level for Plan 60089 is 10’-0” and the Upper Level is 9’-0”. The garage doors are 10’-0” wide X 8’-0” tall
And also states that plan 60079 is 9’-0” on the Main Level and 9’-0” on the Upper Level. The garage doors are 9’-0” tall and 8’-0” tall
Date Posted: 07-Sep-21
Q:Our building department needs 24x36 so would need to verify the size of these prints before we purchase.
A:The plans are actually on 18” X 24” paper size but we can put them on 24” X 36” so they will still be “to scale” Be sure to note that on the order that you place with Family Home Plans
Date Posted: 19-Jul-21
Q:What is the snow load rating?
A:All loading must be done at your local level based upon your actual code requirements. There is no “generic” engineering for snow loads because it can be different based upon where you are located.
Your builder will know exactly what your code will require.
Date Posted: 23-Mar-21
Q:is the garage acre free of lally (support) columns?
A:There are no support columns in the garage. The floor joist above are specified as “clear span” front the front wall to the rear wall.
Date Posted: 11-Jan-21
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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