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1 Chapter 15 Floor-Plan Dimensions and Notes

2 2 Links for Chapter 15 Floor-Plan Dimensions Common Sizes Metric Notes and Specifications

3 3 Floor-Plan Dimensions Aligned dimensioning is most common Numerals are 1/8 high Units are in feet and inches above 12 A variety of arrows can be used

4 4 Exterior Dimensions Overall dimensions are located outside of stud walls or exterior sheathing First line is smallest dimension from exterior wall to center of a window, door, or partition Second line is from outside wall to partitions Third line is the overall dimension

5 5 Exterior Dimensions

6 6 Interior Dimensions Locate interior partitions and features in relation to exterior walls Interior walls are located from outside wall to center of partition Between interior walls are dimensioned between centers Windows and doors are dimensioned to center

7 7 Exterior Dimensions

8 8 Standard Features Some standard features are not required to be dimensioned Items marked as NIC are Not in Contract Doors centered in a wall need not be dimensioned Dimensions may be indicated as a note

9 9 Common Sizes Thick lines are for walls, brick, and fireplaces Thin lines are for everything else Dashed lines are for most appliances Make all sizes exact if using CADD

10 10 Room Components Exterior walls - 6 Interior walls - 4 Interior plumbing wall - 6 Hallways - 36 minimum Bedroom Closets - 24 deep by 48 long Base cabinets - 24 deep Upper cabinets - 12 deep

11 11 Plumbing Components Double kitchen sink - 32 x 21 Bathroom sink - 19 x 16 Toilet space - 30 wide and 24 in front Tub - 32 x 60 Shower - 36 or 42 square Washer/Dryer square (approximately)

12 12 Appliance Components Water heater - 18 to 22 diameter Refrigerator - 36 wide and 27 deep Stove/cooktop - 30 x 21 deep Built-in oven - 27 x 24 deep Dishwasher - 24 x 24

13 13 Doors Entry - 36 x 6-8 or 42 x 8 French - 5 to 12 Bedrooms and bathrooms Garage, utility, and kitchen Closets Garage - 8 x 7 to 18 x 7

14 14 Windows Sliding - 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12 Awning - 24, 30, 36, 42, 48 Picture - 4, 5, 6, 8 Bay total with sides Single-hung - 24, 30, 36, 42

15 15 Floor-Plan Features Masonry veneer - Label the same as a wood framing, except veneer is noted or dimensioned separately Concrete-Block/Structural Masonry- Each feature and wall dimensioned to the edges Solid Construction - Used for basements and lined with fur strips for wall materials

16 16 Floor-Plan Features

17 17 Notes and Specifications Schedules specify the sizes, quantity, and reference code –Group items by type from largest to smallest Specific notes relate to specific features General notes apply to the entire drawing

18 18 Metric Unit of measure is the millimeter (mm) Hard conversion - Units converted directly from English units Soft conversion - Material is milled directly to metric units Metric units are placed in parentheses after the English unit

19 19 Metric Unit names in lowercase Use vertical text for unit symbols No space between number and symbol Do not use plural symbols Use plural for metric name Do not mix symbols and names

20 20 Metric


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