Detailed floor plans for both the downstairs and loft include pertinent dimensions: for walls, windows, rooms and door openings. You'll also find the location of all appliances on these plans as well.
These plans include 4 elevation drawings showing the front, back and both sides. Siding and facia boards are called out.
These pages include both the main floor and loft and show locations for outlets, light switches and lights.
Perhaps one of the most important pages on any set of plans, the transverse section cuts the house in half and shows details such as wall thickness, roofing material details, flooring details, roof pitch, ceiling heights, and insulation.
Built on a trailer, the plans describe which trailer to buy, and how to attach to the house. Also included is the floor framing, showing the exact location of each joist and calling out pressure treated joists as needed.
These plans show the framing for all 4 walls, both gables and lay out the exact location of each stud.
Showing the birds-eye view of the house, you see the slopes and pitches clearly called out, as well as the amount of overhang, and individual rafter locations from above for both the roof and porch.
Unlike many other plans on the market, we include elevation drawings for all the interior walls, showing what the cabinetry, shelving, interior walls, and window locations look like from the inside. Detailed drawings on the custom shelving, often with 3D assembly views, explain exactly how to build your house.
The front door to this home is custom made from standard materials. We include plans to build the door.
Includes windows, doors, water heater, bath tub/shower, kitchen sink, dishwasher, range, washer/dryer, insulation, lumber and more with quantities.
The engineering section calls out nailing schedules and types of materials to use to ensure that your house is built solidly. Shear panels and other specialty construction details related to a tiny house structure are detailed in this section.
The plans show the location of outlets, lights, and fixtures, but do not include plans showing the location of pipes and wires inside the wall. Also, plans do not suggest types of wiring or plumbing pipes to use. We suggest working with a licensed electrician and plumber to make sure your house meets your specific needs
Some building departments require a licensed architect or engineer in your state to approve the plans. This often has to do with regional safety or energy issues,for example, hurricane safety in Florida, fire safety in California, energy efficiency in New York, etc. Please contact your local building department to learn about the requirements in your area.
In most municipalities this house can not be built on a permanent foundation. Please check with your zoning department to make sure you can live in a mobile structure on your property.
The square footage listed is an estimate. The square footage we list includes the bottom floor. It does not include the loft or porch.