Typical House Plan Drawings

The beginning of a well developed house plan is seen in the foundation plans including all piers and footings and their locations. Foundation types and sizes can be clearly seen for proper construction techniques. Floor systems should be clearly seen and laid out with joist placement well indicated to meet current codes. Floor plans are designed as requirements given by the new home owner with window placement and type explained. Ceiling joist and roof construction clearly identified. Exterior siding material can be identified for clarity. Our custom plans are designed to meet IRC code requirements with NC Amendments.

Foundation Plan

Foundation Plan


Foundation Plan


Laying out Floor Joist

Floor joist design will dictate just how and where all foundation piers will be placed to properly carry structural loads to footings.

Probably the most economical system would be the old standard 2x10 syp (southern yellow pine) system. But with today's advanced technology truss floor systems are becoming more and more important. Truss joist or TJI's are commonly used to span greater distances and carry much heaver loads.

Floor Joist Layout


Floor Joist Layout


Floor Plans

First Floor Plan


Second Floor Plan


Full Basement Plan


Roof Plan

Roof Plan


Roof Plan


Ceiling Joist

Ceiling Joist


Rafter Layout

Rafter layout


Side Elevations

Right Elevation


Rear Elevation


Left Elevation