front elevation designs for single floor houses

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How to Get More Space in Your Single Floor House

Do you want to know more about how to choose the right front elevation designs for single floor houses? In this article we will explore some of the more popular and cost-effective choices for this aspect of house construction. Specifically we will discuss issues such as the effects of corner extensions, suitable designs for the hipped roofs, and the importance of site conditions. After reading this article you should be able to make a sound decision when choosing which elevations and features are best for your particular house plan.

One of the first decisions you have to make is whether to build your house on a sloping site or not. Most architects recommend that you don’t build on slopes at all as the effects can be drastic. For single story houses this isn’t such a big problem as the slope does not usually go all the way to the floor. The front of the house is usually built up on the rear of the land, so the slope does not usually affect the structural integrity of the house plan. However if your house plan has side slopes, it is advisable to use a bit of planning. Ensure that you work out your options with your architect to ensure that you have adequate design flexibility.

There are many types of house plan variations and you need to be aware of your options. For example, if you are planning on building on a sloping site that is between two extremes (round or rectangular) then you can make use of offset elevations. These elevations allow you to have the full floor area of one story contained within the footprint of the second story. Other suitable offset house plans include: L-shaped, U-shaped and even G-shaped elevations.

If you decide to build on a flat or smooth site then you can still use off-set front elevation designs. To do this you will need to build up on the exterior of the house and then connect the first floor to the second floor using an L-shape. You can also use U-shaped or circular front elevations if your site is not that flexible. However be careful that you don’t build too high as to become unwillingly high. Also be careful that you don’t build too low – you don’t want your home to be uncomfortable! Also bear in mind that a well-planned flush wall will provide better lighting than a semi-circular one.

Once you have decided what type of front elevation you will be using then you can begin thinking about how to install them. The majority of flush wall installations will use a light mount system. These are installed using the existing floor joists as the foundation for the wall. They will then be fastened to the wall with either drywall screws or with an epoxy glue. Installing front elevation glides is more difficult than other systems, as they require higher ceilings, deeper penetrations into concrete and greater flexibility.

Most conventional floor systems will be suitable for installation with flush wall types. However there are some exceptions including those with raised floor provisions. Such systems should be investigated prior to installation. Single story homes may well benefit more from a front elevation glider than those with two or more floors. One of the main benefits of this is that the floor can be raised to the desired height, which in turn gives you more floor space.

Some more advanced designs are now incorporating a cantilever beam. These are used where the building is to be taller than the surrounding ground and so the height of the home cannot exceed the level of the surrounding ground. It is possible to install front elevation beams in a steeper manner which gives a more dramatic effect. These can be done by choosing a beam that has a greater angle of rise than the standard beam.

As with most things it is advisable to use the services of a professional engineer or architect when contemplating new front elevation designs for single story dwellings. They can help to determine the best possible solution. They can also suggest ways in which to make the concept work in reality. In the end you will stand to gain both practical and financial benefits from your efforts. The front elevation concept will enhance the resale value of your property too as buyers will be drawn to the extra space and additional living space.

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