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Exterior walls reflect the material chosen for the outside of the building (brick, siding etc) Siding, board and batton and stucco are constructed from.

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2 Exterior walls reflect the material chosen for the outside of the building (brick, siding etc) Siding, board and batton and stucco are constructed from a 2 x 6 Exterior walls are represented with lines that are 6 (150mm) apart. A brick wall is represented with an additional line 4 (100mm) on the outside of an exterior 2 x 6 An interior wall is constructed from a 2 x 4 and is represented by two lines 4 (100mm) apart.

3 The door symbol placed on a floor plan will reflect the type of door to be used. Although a door can be placed where traffic patterns dictates, doors are usually placed in one of three locations 1. Within 3 (75mm) of a corner to allow space for doorframe and trim 2. Approx. 24 (600mm) from a corner to allow furniture to be placed behind an open door. 3.Centered on the wall.

4 Exterior doors have a sill that is drawn 1 (25mm) from the exterior side of the wall.

5 Common door widths for single swinging door range from 2-6 to 12-0 (900 to 1050mm) in 2 increments (50mm) Pairs of doors range from ( mm) wide in 6 (150mm) increments Doors are usually 6-8 (2000mm) high although 9-0 (2400mm) doors are available.

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7 Pocket doors A pocket door slides into a wall cavity. Used when space for door swing is limited Should not be placed in high-traffic areas, an exterior wall, or where it would interfere with plumbing or electrical wiring

8 Sliding Doors Common sizes for exterior sliding doors are 6-0 and 8-0 (1800 and 2400mm) but they range in width from 5-0 – 120 (1500 to 3600mm) in 12 (25mm) increments. Interior sliding doors range from 4-0 through 12-0 ( mm)

9 Bifold Doors Bifold doors are always done in pairs Common widths range from 4-0 to 90 (1200 to 1700 mm) in 6 (150mm) increments Doors must be same length as opening÷4 Closets are typically 2 (600mm) deep

10 Overhead doors range in width from 8-0 through 18-0 (2400 to 5400mm). An 8-0 (2400mm)door is common width for a single car. A 9-0 (2700mm)door will accommodate a truck or van. A door that is 16-0 (4800mm) wide is common for a double car garage. Doors are 7-0 high.

11 Sliding Windows Popular due to moderate price The window is 50% open able

12 Casement 100% Openable Hinges allow the window to open outward.

13 Fixed (or Picture Windows) Do not provide ventillation but maximize the view Can be used in combination with sliding and casement windows

14 Double Hung Windows Allow the lower portion of the window to slide vertically and both panels of the window to tilt inward for easy cleaning.

15 RoomWidthHeight Living, dining and family rooms 6 to 12 ( mm) 4to 5 ( mm) Bedrooms3 t0 6-0 ( mm) 36 to 4 ( mm) Kitchen3 to 6-0 ( mm) 3 to 3-6 ( mm) Bathrooms2 to 3 ( mm)18 to 36 (450 to 900mm)


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