Types of Residential Plans

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New Construction

This slideshow depicts the flow of how new construction projects are drawn, approved, and built. The first picture is the 3D model of the concept that one would request. After the homeowner has approved the concept, we then draw the set of plans to be approved by the city. Once the city has approved the plan set, and building permits are obtained, the process of building the house proceeds. This process begins and ends with the focus of making the homeowner's dream house a reality.

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Deck Addition
 
Amber Edge Drafting has gotten many deck additions approved and built. A deck can add a lovely curb appeal to your home, and it can also serve as a great outdoor place to just relax. We understand that a deck addition is just as important as the rest of your home. We can provide multiple 3D concepts to ensure that the deck is exactly how you imagined it. 
 
 


 

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Remodel / Addition

A remodel and / or an addition is a huge change for your home, and Amber Edge Drafting would like to help make it go as smoothly as possible. We 3D model our projects, so you can see exactly what your home will look like after the addition and / or remodel. It is very important to us that you get exactly what you want because this affects your everyday life. 

How to Choose a Contractor:

Tip One: Obtain a Set of Plans

Contractors bid projects based upon your set of plans. The set of plans allows them to understand your project completely and give you a quote to build your project.

Tip Two: Get Multiple Quotes

To ensure that you are getting the best bang for your buck, you should get quotes from multiple contractors. We would suggest meeting with the contractors that fit your budget the best to make sure that you will get along with the contractor. Making sure your personalities do not clash will help your project go more smoothly.

Tip Three: Deciding Billing Terms

You should make sure that the contractor's billing terms make you feel comfortable. Paying huge deposits up front is NOT industry standard. A contractor can only ask for 15% up front by law. Also, to ensure that your progress payments are being used in a timely manner, you should go with your contractor to order materials and have them delivered directly to your residence,

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