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Plan # 
Home Plan Type

Square Footage
1000 or less
1001 to 2000
2001 to 3000
3001 to 4000
4001 to 5000
Greater than 5000
Number of Bedrooms
1 2 3 4 5
Number of Bathrooms
1 1.5 2 2.5
3 4    5
1 2 3
Width (Feet, Maxumum)
Depth (Feet, Maximum)
Detatched 1 Car
2 Car 3 Car 4 Car
Master Bedroom
None        1st Floor
2nd Floor 3rd Floor

Great American homeplans .com offers an extensive collection of home plans, house plans, homeplans, garage plans, architectural plans and garage plans, building plans, architectural home plans, foundation floor plans, foundation plan, etc. Designer Opportunities

Great American Homeplans does not "consign" other designer's plans like other sites. We purchase any outside designers plans outright and are purchasing the "exclusive" rights to the plans including all "copyright" rights. We are one hundred percent responsible for all printing and invoicing of our clients.

We require all plans we purchase to be in autocad or datacad format or are already converted to either dwg or dcad formats.

We also require that all plans we purchase meet our minimum standards of having the following: front Rendering either handdrawn and scanned into jpeg format, or computer generated in jpeg format. Exterior Elevations with the front elevation in different options at 1/4"=1'-0" scale, and the side elevations at 1/8"=1'-0" scale. The exterior materials are clearly marked along with ridge heights, plate heights and roof pitches. Floor Plan(s) are drawn at 1/4"=1'-0" with detailed dimensions and notations showing windows, doors, walls, cabinet layout, etc. to complete the architectural portion of your home. Foundation Plan is drawn at 1/4"=1'-0" with dimensions, details, and notations necessary to place rebar, concrete, posts and framing materials where necessary to complete the home. Upper floor framing plan (if needed) Plan is drawn at 1/4"=1'-0" with dimensions, details, and notations, posts and framing materials where necessary to complete the home. Roof Framing Plan(s) are drawn at 1/4"=1'-0" scale showing the ridge lines, overhangs, details, and framing necessary to complete the roof structure of your home. Cross Sections (Minimum one each way) are drawn at 1/4"=1'-0" along vertical cut away views of your home. We will select those areas that give you and your builder the best view of what a dissection of your home will look like. Electrical Plan(s) are drawn at 1/4"=1'-0" and include all switch locations, cable locations, light locations etc. We do not draw these on the floor Plan(s) as it often clutters and becomes confusing with all the information you are trying to decipher. Detail Sheets are normally drawn at 3/4"=1'-0" and include all the details called out throughout the plans such as foundation stemwall, ridge tie, window and door trim etc. It is the blowup of all the small intricate pieces that make up the jigsaw puzzle. We draw those details which are not standard or are necessary to understand our goal of completing your home.

Contact us for a complete Designer's Packet for guidelines, purchase pricing, copyright release... @ designeropportunites@greatamericanhomeplans.com

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