Create House Plans with Separate Living Quarters
House plans with separate living quarters – With just one tape measure, you can create a plan drawing of your house. The plans show a room as seen from above. These plans are useful for showing the total size of each room, its shape and layout, and the relationships between adjacent rooms. First, creating a draft plan allows you to focus on measuring and registering sizes of each room, and then you can decide how to produce the scale, either by hand on checked paper or using computer programs.
Draw the shape of your house plans with separate living quarters in the house on paper. Measure the width and length of the outside of your house. This gives you your house footprint. Write the measurements on the plan along each line you have drawn. Note that right now, you are making a rough drawing that is not exactly saleable. Draw the shape of your living room floor on a separate paper. Measure the walls of the room and write down their lengths on the correct line in the chart.
Draw the shape of your house plans with separate living quarters on a separate paper. Measure the length of the walls and write these numbers on the plan. Draw in the position and size of windows and doors. Measure the width of the stove, freezer, dishwasher and other kitchen appliances and cabinets and their location in the kitchen. Draw these on the black pencil plane those rectangles in appropriate places. Mark the plan. Repeat this for your bathroom about the size and position of bathroom fixtures.