Home Plan Doctor: The Essential Companion for Anyone Buying a Home Design Plan
Building a new house begins with a home plan, but the two-dimensional drawings used by contractors are often difficult to interpret and challenging to visualize. In easy-to-understand language, Larry W. Garnett explains construction terminology and basic design principles, enabling you to expertly navigate every step of the home-building process. From selecting a plan to judging its room-by-room suitability and requesting modifications, Home Plan Doctor offers cost-effective suggestions and encouraging guidance so that you can create the house of your dreams.
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1 What Comes First?
2 Finding a House Plan
3 Defining Good Design
Exterior Design Elements
4 The Right Style for You
5 Approaching the Home
6 Cladding and Windows
7 Roofs and Porches
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