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Post by navin on Mon Oct 19, 2009 12:23 pm

What information is needed from a customer to:
1) Start a new floor plan
2) Draw a plan for an existing building

How do I charge a customer eg. a three bedroom, kitchen, living, dining, two washrooms.

Thank you... I need to start doing some drawings. I never did any floor plans so I need some tips. Drawing it is simple, just need to know what info is needed to actually begin.

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Post by Tracy on Wed Oct 21, 2009 2:44 pm

If you go into to Town and Country you will get a guide book that has all the standard and regulations required for drawing a house plan. This will very useful to you.
Because for a new building you need to ask your customers for a copy of their cadastral sheet and land deed before you can even start drawing anything.
As well you need to know the required set backs for the area in which the building is being built and well there is a lot more to it so you should really check that guide out.
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Post by navin on Thu Oct 22, 2009 10:46 am

Thank you Tracy, knew you would've responded to this question. going town & country now. If I need anymore info I will call you. Thanks again Tracy. Very Happy

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