Q. Can I see more details such as the Side Elevations
or Roof Plans?
A. We can provide more detailed views as a Study
Plan. See our
Order a Study Plan page.
Q. Are you are just wanting to see
the side and rear elevations? CLICK HERE
How much does it cost to
build plan number ?
A. Click the above link to go to the page discussing this
Q. What type of foundation plan do you
A. Click the above link for the answer to this question.
Q. Do your plans come with an Air Conditioning
A. No. Air Conditioning Plans or HVAC plans vary from the
type of equipment specified, the direction a home faces,
how you insulate the home including windows and especially
if the home is being built in a cold climate or warm climate.
Your HVAC contractor should engineer your home's HVAC system
depending on all of these factors and provide the plans.
Q. Can I get a Materials List with your plans?
A. The answer is yes, for a fee of 12c psf. However, the
materials list will be basically generic. There is really
no such thing as a List of Materials that covers how homes
are to be built in every different building code situation
and geographic area of the United States. There is no such
thing as a "One Size Fits All". Right here in
the Dallas Metroplex, a framing list can vary from one city
to the next. Your best bet is to have a local estimator
or lumber company provide you a materials list for the building
code you plan to build in.
Q. Can I see one of your plans built somewhere?
A. No. It is at the request of the home owners and our
legal department not to give
out addresses. If it is an unoccupied builder's model
then it is ok. Think of this, how would you feel if some
strangers were holding a copy of the interior of your home
and they're asking to come in a look around?
Q. I am a Home Builder and I want to use the plans
more than once.
A. The fee for our plans are for the information to build
the home only one time. Contact our office for a multi-use
Q. How can I get revisions made to one of your
A. Most minor revisions can be a "red line change order"
by your contractor. Meaning simply, you and your builder
mark with a red pen your minor plan changes and each of
you initial the change order. Click over to our
Modify Plans page.