Home Plan Information
A Typical set of blueprints generally contain:
Floor plans - Included with your plans will be a detailed floor
plan at 1/4" scale with a window and door schedule.
Foundation Plan - On many of our plans we offer you options on the
type of foundation.
The available options for each plan are shown on the page with the plans.
Electrical Plan - This sheet will show the locations of all lights,
receptacles, switches, etc. as well as a roof layout.
Exterior Elevations - Our plans include complete front, sides and
rear views, as well as any special exterior details.
Interior Elevations of cabinets, cabinet details, columns and walls
with unique conditions.
Building Sections, Details and Typical Specifications Sheets.
Some plans can be ordered with a materials list for an extra
change. Please check availability for this option.
Plumbing diagrams and HVAC plans are not available for these homes, since
they are generally not needed for home construction and since each county's
code will vary and a licensed plumber and/or electrician must follow the
How many sets will I need?
Owner - 1 set Lending Institution - usually
1 set Builder - usually requires at least 3 sets
Building Permit Department - at least 1 set
NOTE: ALL SALES ARE IN US DOLLARS. For a currency convertor click Here
NOTE: ALL ORDERS ARE GENERALLY SHIPPED WITHIN 24 HOURS IF PAID BY
VISA/MASTERCARD, MONEY ORDER OR CERTIFIED CHECK. ALL PERSONAL CHECK ORDERS
WILL HAVE A 3-5 DAY HOLDING PERIOD BEFORE THE PLANS CAN BE SHIPPED.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does Heated
Square Footage mean?
All of our plans are grouped on this site by their Heated Square
Footage. This is the area that is heated and cooled in the home. This is your
main living area and does not include, porches, garages, garage storage area,
patios, two story vaulted ceiling area, basements or
unfinished areas. Generally is does
not include any bonus room – if this is a concern please contact us to
Do the plans meet my local codes?
At the time the drawings are prepared, the
plans conform to most national building codes. However, they may not comply
completely with your local building regulations. Some counties and
municipalities have their own building codes, regulations and requirements.
The assistance of a local builder, architect or other building professional
may be necessary to modify the drawings to comply with your area's specific
requirements. We recommend you consult with your local building officials
prior to purchasing the blueprints or beginning construction.
How come my plans don't have plumbing
diagrams and HVAC plans?
Plans normally do not have Plumbing
diagrams or HVAC plans because every part of the country is different as well
as each building situation. What works in one area may not be the best thing
for another and since it is generally required to have a licensed plumber or
electrician, they must follow the codes for your area.
Can we build the house more than once?
You, as the original purchaser of plans,
are licensed to build a single home
from the plans. Building more than one home from the plans is an infringement
of the designer's copyright. The purchase of a multiple set package of plans
is for the construction of a single home only. The purchase of additional sets
of plans does not give you the right to construct more than one home.
Therefore, if you would like to build a house more than once, you are
required to purchase another full set of blueprints.
I want to see one of the plans built.
Can you tell me where they are so I can go look at the home?
Sorry, but due to privacy issues with each
homeowner, we can not give out the location of any of our homes. Due to the
fact that they are built all over the
it would also be impossible
for us to keep track of there exact locations also.