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On these pages you will find a collection of home plans and house plans by some of the finest home plan and house plan designers on the web!

Select the size of the house plan you would like to view.

Under 1250 s.f. 1250 to 1500 sq. ft. 1500 to 1750 s.f. 1750 to 2000 s.f. 2000 to 2500 s.f. 2500 to 3000 s.f. 3000 to 4000 s.f. Over 4000 s.f. Duplexes Garages Narrow Lots Split_Level Cottages Our New Plans




House Plan Under 1500 sq ft

Home Plan 1500 to 2000 sq ft

House plan 2000 to 2500 sq ft

Home Plan 2500 t0 3000 sq ft

House Plan 3000 to 4000 sq ft

Home Plan Over 4000 sq ft

Duplex Home Plan

Garage Blueprints

Narrow Lot House Plan

Split Level Home Plans

Cottage House Plan 

Our New Home Plan

If you have questions or comments on the individual house plans, please go to the page of the house plan in question and enter the information from there. After the designer looks up the house plan and gives it a brief review, you will be contacted. 

It is the only way your house plan questions are sure to reach the correct home designer!

Most house plans featured on this site are the products of independent home designers. 
How To Homebuilding has taken steps to ensure that all products are as advertised but cannot be responsible for those products.

Order all plans from the page of the home plan!
Prices and options are on the page of the house plan and the order page.

Home Plans Include

All plans include, at a minimum, artist's rendering, foundation plan, floor plans, electrical plans, at least 4 exterior elevations, wall sections, special details as required for construction.

All house plans conform to the national CABO or UBC building codes and the FHA.
They can be modified to any national, state or local code either by you or a local professional.

Because of regional differences in climate, heating plans are not included. These are typically available from your local heating & air conditioning contractor as part of their service.

You, the homeowner, and your contractors are responsible for meeting state and local codes and home building ordinances. You are also responsible for compliance with local zoning regulations.

Make sure your proposed house plan will fit in the allowable space on your lot!
Check exterior dimensions and square footage before ordering plans.

If you live in area of sub-standard load bearing soil conditions, an earthquake zone, an area of unusually high wind or snow loads, you may need modifications to your house plans to accommodate those unique situations. This is best done locally.

For questions on specific house plans, E-mail us from the page of the house plan!
After a brief review, you will be contacted.

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    Most house plans featured on this website are the products of independent designers. While How To Homebuilding has taken precautions to ensure that all products sold by third party designers on their website are as warranted, How To Homebuilding cannot be responsible for the products delivered by third party vendors sold through the How To Homebuilding website. All claims and disputes shall be taken up with the vendor that delivered the product to you.

    All home plans ordered through How To Homebuilding are provided as-is and How To Homebuilding disclaims all other warranties, express or implied, including merchantability or fitness of purpose. Construction plans may not be returned for credit and/or refund under any circumstances. How To Homebuilding is not liable for incidental, special, consequential or direct damages of any kind, including, but not limited to, loss of anticipated profits, business opportunity, or other economic loss arising out of the use of services or any construction plans received from How To Homebuilding even if How To Homebuilding has been advised of the possibility of such damage. It is the customers responsibility to ensure the accuracy, compliance with applicable codes, statutes or regulations, and fitness of purpose of any home plans or construction information received from How To Homebuilding prior to use thereof. In the event any liability is imposed on How To Homebuilding, said liability to you or any third party shall not exceed the price paid for the home plan or other How To Homebuilding products. 



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