I can put together a set for you. I would have to submit an additional service offer and understand exactly what you're looking for, but I can do that.
ok. that's fine.
If you can provide a sketch with the overall dimensions you want and the general layout, I will start from there.
here you go.
The cabin will just be a shell, nothing in the inside - we'll be placing beds in the room and chests for storage and a table with chairs.
I'm able to build these myself, but i need to be 'up to code'.I looked at the code, but i'm no engineer, and it looks like i need to use 2x6's for the roof, and 2x8's for the floor - is this right?
and, i do not know what size stud goes in each corner - it looks like code says a 6x6 goes in each corner. is that right?
And, lastly, the code looks like i cannot use pressure-treated lumber as the studs to the walls in the cabins. and, i cannot use pressure treated plywood for the floor. is that right? i have to use all non pressure treated lumber ?
so, i need to know something like this.....
I use 2x4 studs everywhere, and space them 16" apart - right?
the floor joists are 2x8's
the roof joists are 2x6's.
the corner studs are 6x6's.
floor wood is plywood sheets, not OSB.
no wood in a occupied by people building can have pressure treated lumber as studs or flooring.
So do you just need a description like that or do you need drawings and details?
i need drawings and details so that i can submit them to the housing planning dept and get approval.
Just drawings or do you need them stamped?
i'm unsure what stamped is - if it needs to be stamped to be submitted to the planning housing dept, then yes, i need it stamped please.
I will opt out, then. I will not be able to stamp anything for you.
can you explain what being stamped is?i'd like the plans anyway, can you quote me a price for the drawings and the answers / confirmation to my statement/questions above ?
Yes. I will submit the offer later today
also, question - in NC, for the building codes, do i HAVE TO install overhead lighting? or can i plug in wall-based lights and plug them into the outlets we install.
I don't k ow about lighting and I can only answer the structural aspects. Do you need a different drawing for each of the three?
sorry about the electrical question - my dumbass has too much going on and i get people mixed up.
I think one drawing for all three is fine, unless yuo think i shuodl have three different.
I think one will suffice. I will submit the offer for a PDF sketch with framing and basic details. It will include one plan with the different size requirements for each of the three sizes and details, which will be common to all. If you accept the offer, it will take a few days to get it together and I will post it for you at that time. Again, this won't be stamped.
oh my. $500 is a bit more than I was expecting. I'm sorry it ook so long to get back but im having some challenges.
No problem. Putting together details and the drawings takes a concerted effort.