The 21×39 ft Building Elevation Design Plan
If you’ve ever purchased a home that didn’t have a custom-made design, you know how expensive it can be. But what about when you’re designing your own house? How do you choose the right floor plan and materials for your dream home? Or maybe you’re looking to sell your own home. It’s a lot more complicated than it might sound.
Many of us have tried to build our own houses, but failed miserably. But most of us have a house plan that we can follow, or at least have a general idea of the look we want. So when the time comes to design our own house, what’s the first thing we think of? Which plan do we choose?
You might say, “A home plan with an attached garage is the cheapest and easiest way to go.” And perhaps that’s true, up to a point. But it doesn’t address all your issues. What if you don’t have a lot of money? Or maybe you don’t want to have to climb the ladders to get into your house on ladders?
If that’s the case, a triple story plan would be your best option. It’s the most basic design and allows for some flexibility. For example, you could add on another floor at a later date if you need to. If you’re not sure about how to design your house, it’s best to use a plan that offers you some wiggle room. For example, if you plan to build on the ground floor and have young children, you could opt for a ground floor “den” that folds out when needed.
Even though you may have a loft, you might not want to overlook the importance of windows. Too many people overlook the “windows” in their house. They think that all they need to do is have a good-sized window facing the street so they can get air into the house. While that’s correct, there’s more to window placement than just positioning them right at the front of the house. A good plan should show you how to position windows in such a way that air can flow through the roof while also providing plenty of natural light for your rooms and living spaces.
Another important thing to look at when considering your building design is how your roof is going to perform. It should be able to hold up with any kind of weather you’re expecting to have. A good rule of thumb is that the roofing system should be able to hold up under any weather type you expect to have, but if you live in an area where it rains a lot or has very strong winds, you’ll want to make sure your building codes allow for such conditions as well.
Your building codes are very important to the people who will be using the home, but they’re not just there for the homeowners to read. They’re also there to protect your home, the workers inside of it and anyone else who happens to be in the building at the same time. They were designed to keep people safe from debris falling off the roof. They’re also supposed to provide adequate protection from high winds, ice and snow. So if you’re planning on having a pretty new roof installed, you might want to consider adding a gable roof to your plan.
Gable roofs are usually open on the sides and have three to four posts supporting it. If your home is near a river, chances are you have a good amount of gravel right on your property. You can easily pour in a good amount of concrete and build a gable. A good design tip is that you should position the open sides toward the back of the house and the front of the house so that any rainwater that falls on them will drain away. Having an open roof with multiple support poles helps keep your home level and prevents it from being damaged by the wind or ice.
21×39 ft building elevation design triple story plan
house plan details
Plot size => 21’0*39’0 ft 819 sq ft
Direction => North
4 Shop => 9’8*12’2 ft , 9’8*19’2 ft , 9’0*19’2 ft , 9’0*11’0 ft
1 Shop => 12’0*13’4 ft
Drawing room => 19’8*14’6 ft
Kitchen => 9’2*9’2 ft
Store => 7’0*5’0 ft
Toilet => 3’6*7’0 ft
1 Master bed room => 12’2*9’2 ft
1 Bed room => 12’0*13’4 ft
1 Attach Toilet => 4’0*9’2 ft
1 Common Toilet => 7’4*4’0 ft
1 Living room => 19’8*14’6 ft
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