Do you live in a suburb where all the neighboring homes are the same? That's one of the reasons more and more people are wanting to build custom homes.
Considering exactly where your furniture will fit in your new home is a must. The size of a room can be deceiving.
There are many factors to consider when it comes to choosing a basement, crawl space, or slab foundation. One important question - what do your neighbors have?
Building spec homes over custom can be much easier and more profitable. However, it can be risky. The best thing to do is start with a good floor plan and build it in a good area.
Engineering - What is it, and why is the city asking for it? These are questions that we get asked quite frequently here at The Plan Collection.
The "Modern" architectural style became popular in the 1920's and 30's and is similar and often referred to as "Art-Deco".
Some of the house plans on our site already have the image of the rear elevation. If you would like to see the rear elevation of a house plan, please contact us.
Once you’ve picked your perfect house plan, it’s time to decide whether you should invest in 2x4 or 2x6 home construction. Do the benefits of using 2x6 wall studs outweigh the additional cost? We’re here to lay out the pros and cons of this crucial decision.
I have admiration for those who try and general their own home construction. However, I have seen very few people save money. There are many secrets to making the building process run smoothly.
Here are some great house plans with Gyms inside. One of these homes was designed specifically for a lot that had a tremendous slope to it.