We are here to help!We know that a “one size fits all” approach to homes does not work for most people.Our plans are designed to be easily modified to fit your land and specific use.To start the modification process please fill out the “Modify My Plan” form here: Modify My Plan.We will respond within 24 hrs to let you know how much time we will need to make those changes.You then purchase studio time on our website and we will turn your changes around in three business days.
How will the drawings be delivered?
You will be sent a link via email to download the plans.
How much will it cost to construct on of your homes?
Great question! Construction costs vary drastically depending on your location, contractor, and level of finish. A home in the Midwest can be half the price of a home on the west or east coast. Our plan sets contain enough information for your contractor to provide general pricing.
Am I allowed to make copies of the plans?
Yes!But only to use on your project.We don’t allow our plans to be resold or used to build more than one house.Check out our license agreement for more details.
Our plan sets include dimensioned drawings of the following:
-Cover sheet with general notes
-Indicate roof slope
-Floor Plan (s)
-Exterior materials and material schedule
-Two building sections
-Exterior Door and Window schedules.
Do you offer help during construction?
Yes!You can purchase studio time here #towards any support you need throughout your entire construction process.
Can I submit the plans to the building department?
Perhaps.Each town, county, city has specific requirements that you will need to follow when submitting your plans.Unfortunately, there is not a universal building permit submittal standard for the entire United States.We suggest visiting your local building department with your plans so that they can guide you in the right direction.And we are here to help if you need to modify the plans or add additional information.(see FAQ # 1)
Are these plans engineered for my location?
North America has a vast variety of building conditions.A home in an earthquake zone has different requirements than a home in a hurricane zone or one with heavy snow loads.There isn’t really a good way to design one building to meet all of those requirements (it would be a tank!).You will need to work with your local building department and structural engineer to finalize the structural design for your home.
Hoke Ley Architects assumes no liability for any portion of the home constructed or based off these plans. The customer, in purchasing these plans, assumes all liability for ensuring that the plans meet local structural requirements and all building code requirements. Hoke Ley Architects retains the copyright to all home plans purchased on this website and grants the customer a non-transferable, one time use of the drawings. The plans may not be re-sold or used to build a second structure. Copyright infringements will be punished to the fullest extent of the law.