Long side oriented within thirty degrees true south, extra large south windows with low e film
Covered porch on West side
Kitchen at NE corner of house, bathroom next to porch door Door in a downstairs’ bedroom—if there is a downstairs bedroom
4 Plug outlets, outlets outside, prewire for generator, full-size cupboard in kitchen for brooms, light in crawl-space attic, faucet on outside, recessed fridge, stacked stairs
Double stud walls joined by small plywood trusses filled (12” cavity) with Dense Pack Cellulose (exterior load bearing)
Conventional Pre-Manufactured trusses
Bathroom next to outside door
Steep metal roof
Is it cheaper to build a 16ft wide home?
I talked with one general contractor--how does this process work? Is it better to find an architect first--and where for something this simple? Has anyone seen similar plans online? Can I find almost the same plans and just have the contractor deviate? Will he do that? Or if I have plans, am I supposed to put it out to bid just to get a general contractor
I don't mind rustic, but the bank requires that it be finished to a certain degree. Am I nuts for getting a loan? My son is 17 months. Should I just save up?
And how do I know how much overhang for the south windows?
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