Having a custom drawn designed house means a professional architect applies his skills limited to the individual homeowner's needs or what they have in mind. Factors considered in such a situation are the size of the site of construction, ideas of the individual homeowner, population around the area, and the nationally and locally existing building code plans. Time is also a considerable factor for completion of a custom designed house.
Some small homes have two floors and come with or without a basement. Some more common small homes have crawlspaces for extra storage. Traditionally they have a room off the kitchen which you can place a washer and dryer. These house are frequently Cottage or Bungalow style.
Every set of custom house plans includes several items which need to be blown up and detailed for further clarification. If a set of plans does not provide additional close-up drawings (for things such as beam connections, deck railings, stairway construction, etc.), then it is not a complete set. It is very easy to cut corners during the planning process. But the end result will be higher costs for the home owner - and lots of frustration for the building contractor.
Building a house of your own choice is the dream of many people, but when they get the opportunity and financial means to do so, they struggle to get the right house plan that would transform their dream into reality. It is a long and complicated route from the first conceptualization of a home to the house designs, floor plans, elevations, cross-sections, structural designs, and finally the completed house plan that will ultimately form the basis of the construction of the home. Most people do not have a clue as to where and how to get house designs, or even to get the right designers who can do this job for them.
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