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Previous Questions and Answers
Q:What is the snow and wind load of the structure? Does the plan need to be modified if I want to go with 2x6 studs, or is that standard on this house?
We only provide snow load and it is 75 pounds /square ft
And right now the plan is standard 2x6 exterior walls
Hope this helps!
Date Posted: 22-Apr-20
Q:Can I add 4 ft. To width to add washer and dryer in porch area? Does upper level sitting room look down in living room?
This would be more for your modification. Please call for a quote.
For the upper level yes, it is open to the floor below
Date Posted: 16-Jan-18
Q:What is the turnaround time when this plan is ordered on basement? If I order the original plan and then decide we need the readable reverse, can I pay the readable reverse fee and order additional sets reversed?
To receive this plan in the standard basement version would take 2-3 business days if ordered before next Tuesday. (we will be closed as of July 22nd)
And yes, the extra $150 can be paid for the right reading reverse option at a later date if needed. However, there is a 6 business day delay for this.
Date Posted: 13-Jul-17
Q:in the area behind the shower on the main floor, can you put a stackable w/d?
Yes it would be possible but the window would need to be removed.
Hope this helps!
Date Posted: 05-May-17
Q:how do you suport the second floor asross the living room? how thick does that make the floor?
A:The living room is open on 2 levels (open to below) and the trusses are supported by the exterior walls. The floor is 9½’’ prefabricated joist (as per manufacturer) and are from front to back.
I hope this helps!!
Date Posted: 13-Jun-16
Q:Is there a plan for this house without a basement that includes a laundry and utilities area? Is the area off the second floor living room open to the living room below? We really love the small but seemingly spacious floorplan.
A:Good day and thank you for your interest in our plans.
This plan can be ordered with an optional foundation on a slab, in which case there would not be a basement. The washer and dryer would need to be the kind that is stackable and would be under the stairs but there is no utilities area with this kind of arrangement.
The area off the second floor living area is open to the living room below.
Other similar plans, such as 65232, 76149 and 65003 also have the full basement as the standard foundation but could be ordered with the optional slab foundation as well.
Date Posted: 29-Aug-12
Q:What is the area downstairs in the corner behind the bathroom? Is there a laundry area? Do you have a coordinating garage? Thanks, Judy
A:On the 1st level, the area behind the bathroom is the foyer (main entrance). It includes a closet and a storage area with shelving and its dimensions are 10'2" X 4'10". The laundry area is located in the basement, underneath the living room. The garage that has a coordinated look with this plan is plan 65238.
If you have other questions, please ask us. We will gladly answer them.
Date Posted: 21-Sep-11
Q:House Plan 76168 Does this plan come with approx. 1100 sq ft basement. I love it, but it's a little too small for our needs.
A:This plan includes a non-finished basement which can add over 550 square feet of living space, for a total of 1500 square feet. This plan could also be modified and enlarged to meet your requirements.
Date Posted: 20-Jun-11
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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