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Q:Does this plan include interior elevations and schematic electrical layout? Is there a materials list available?
A:The plans include none of those .
Date Posted: 31-Mar-21
Q:Do you offer DWG plan format?
A:Yes we do
Date Posted: 26-Jan-21
Q:Can this plan be used on a level lot?
The plan as to be built on a sloped lot , otherwise you will have to modify it .
Date Posted: 22-Jul-19
Q:Is there a detached garage plan you can recommend to go along with this home design?
A:I'm sorry, no we don't.
Date Posted: 02-Jul-18
Q:I'm a DIY 1st time owner builder, love this look but I can't see enough detail here to make a decision before purchasing the plan,I would also want to add some footage by stretching the overall length about 16 feet, not changing the 24' span.do you have anymore photos or drawings you can share with me to help me get a better understanding of the structure, I'm not try to cheat on buying your plan just can't see quite enough detail to buy yet, thanks Glen Bronson
We don't have any more image for this model .
Date Posted: 19-Feb-18
Q:Is this designed to be built with wood or steel frame? Can I use either? Any known issues building it a snowy climate like Michigan? If I pay for the license-to-build, can i take the plan and make the floor plan bigger. I do need to move the washer dryer to the main floor somewhere.
The plan is designed with wood frame .
There is no problem building it in snowy area , unless the roof joist( pre-fab) are calculeted for it .
We offer the modification services , but you can ask a local designer to do so .
Date Posted: 25-Apr-17
Q:Could a place for a washer and dryer be put on the first floor if so,where?
A:They're is no convenient place to put washer/dryer on main floor.
Date Posted: 17-Apr-15
Q:Could this be engineered for a flat view lot? Seems a little limited the way the layout is now, lends itself to a lot of excavating unless your lots land naturally fit the design
A:This plan have been design for a sloped lot . it could be modify ,but in this case all the living area (Kitchen , dining , living) would be upstairs .
Date Posted: 28-Oct-14
Q:can this plan be set up on a flat surface? To avoid a lot of excavation? Or is it meant foe a sloped surface?
A:it as to be build on a sloped lot.
Date Posted: 05-May-14
Q:Has anyone ever done just the top floor configuration? S;ab on grade . or on piers etc..and forgaone the basement layout and excess rooms?
A:we never sold this plan as a 1 storey house .
Date Posted: 05-May-14
Q:If I order the PDF file, can I build unlimited times? If not, what was is the reuse fee?
Do the plans come stamped by an engineer?
A:Unlimited Build License issued on Reproducible Set, PDF File or CAD File orders, depending on availability.
The plans are not stamped by an engineer
Date Posted: 20-Jun-12
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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