a: Floor Plans: House plan drawings indicating dimensions for construction
b: Roof Plan: Drawings indicating roof slopes and unique conditions
c: Exterior Elevations: Drawings showing appearance and the types of materials used for the exterior finish
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e: Construction Details: Drawings showing specific construction of building elements at a large scale
f: Kitchen and bath elevations
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Q:Where is the space where a furnace, water heater, water softener, etc would go?
A:You can easily add those in the storage area on the lower level
Date Posted: 21-Apr-21
Q:Are the cables on the front deck decorative as I would want to eliminate them or am I going to need to a add a center post to deck to do so? Also, where does the furnace and WH go on this plan? This will be in a cold climate (in the winter months). It seems like the plan may need to be modified to add a small mechanical room on the back wall of the garage space for this purpose? Thanks, Kurt
A:Yes they are decorative cables. The furnace and water heater can be located in the garage. The original customer chose to use a mini-split system. Your garage provides plenty of room to add a mechanical room as you see fit.
Date Posted: 02-Apr-21
Q:What is the total height of the rear wall? Thinking of having rv pad on rear of house. Would need 11’ of clearance.
A:That rear wall is 18’-10” +
Date Posted: 22-Feb-21
Q:Are any of the interior walls structural?
A:Yes there are some load bearing walls The plans will indicate them
Date Posted: 01-Feb-21
Q:Does this 2-bdr plan have a loft above bdr 1, just as the 3-bdr version of this plan has?
Date Posted: 28-Nov-20
Q:I am super curious about sound- proofing between garage and living space. Would it be possible to not here power tools in garage above in main house?
A:Insulation should dampen a lot of the sound. You could double pack the insulation to help if that’s a concern
Date Posted: 25-Nov-20
Q:What is the tiny box indicating in the garage level?
A:It’s an optional sink
Date Posted: 13-Nov-20
Q:Do these plans conform to the 2018 International Residential Code?
Date Posted: 10-Nov-20
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