-main floor paln
-upper floor plans (if applicable)
-truss diagrams and building section
-typical wall section
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-House plans with or without garage and / or apartment $300
-Multi-unit plans $400
-All other plans $150
-Garage plans with NO heating elements, $100 charge for BCIN
If you are purchasing a BCIN number for Ontario customers, and wish to purchase the PDF, a copy per Ontario rules must be mailed as well. There is no charge for the actual copy, but shipping on the copy must be purchased.
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Previous Q & A
Previous Questions and Answers
Q:What is the roof? Stick or truss? What is the overhang on the roof? Is it trussed aluminum? Do you include schematic electrical? Do you provide engineering for the slab? Does the slab say how thick to pour it? Does this plan show the furnace location? Your sales rep is Bonnie 800-482-0464
Our plans call for manufactured trusses
For the eves, the front is 3’’ and the back is 1’-4’’
Not sure what they mean by « trussed aluminum »?
We do not provide any electrical or engineering for our plans or any furnace. This would have to be dealt with locally.
And yes, there are slab details on the foundation plan
Date Posted: 12-Mar-21
Q:One of the photos shows a garage. Do you have plans for the garage.
No we do not as it’s a photo sent by a customer who modified the plan
Date Posted: 14-Jul-20
Q:What national codes do these plans meet? IRC IBC? What is the snow load?
Our plans meet the IRC 2012 and the snow load is 75 pounds/sq ft
Date Posted: 15-Jun-20
Q:Picture number 4 shows an attached garage, but it's not reflected on the floor plan. Is there an alternate plan?
This is a photo sent to us from a customer who had the plan modified. The original plan does not come with a garage plan. It would need to be modified as we do not have the version with the garage.
Date Posted: 03-Jun-20
Q:I’m building 8 tiny homes 20 wide by 12’ deep two store. 2 bedroom 1 1/2 bathroom. Open 1st floor with 1/2 bathroom under steps. Project is located in Richmond, I wanted each homes exterior character to resemble historic homes in Richmond. Interior floor plan would stay the same for each. What would you charge to draft up a rendering of the eight homes and then a set of floorplans. The homes are going to be side-by-side on a lot that is 27 feet wide by 220’ long.
A:Family Home Plans does not offer a multi-build license for this plan. The plans will need to be purchased each time that you build a new home. For modifications, please call 888-266-3439 for a quote.
Date Posted: 12-Dec-19
Q:what is the height of the ceiling on the window wall of the kitchen / living room area?
The wall at its highest is 14’-4’’ and goes down to 8’-0’’
Date Posted: 25-Jun-19
Q:What is the snow load on this house
The snow load for this plan is 75 pounds/square ft
Date Posted: 17-Jan-19
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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