Be sure to check the dimensions for tract house plans. They aren't always identical.
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There is nothing to stop you from hiring a draftsman/contractor/architect/designer to visit your home, measure it and then produce a set of plans. They can be very basic or could be a complete set of â€œExisting Structureâ€ drawings â€“ itâ€™s up to you. Prices vary tremendously. Contact the local technical schools to see if there is a hungry drafting student that may do this for food â€¦
There are also a few apps out there for iPad and iPhone â€“ MagicPlan seems to be the best.
If you ever had an appraisal done on your home you will have a rough drawing already. Also, great suggestions here by Juliana, Brian, and Grace as well.
Go to the City Planning Department and ask to see a copy of the plans for your home. You should be able to make a photocopy of the basic floor plan for your house. If need something more elaborate, however, you will need to work with either a software program to sketch this out for yourself or to contact an architect to help you. But, by far, the Planning Department in your city is the fastest, easiest and most accurate way to get a copy of the house plans.
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