Conex house floor plans are used when building, reshaping or decorating a house. A floor plan is a drawn model or sketch of the building. Floor plans include walls, doors, windows and furniture or fixtures in the house. These are required for most major construction projects and can be used for the purchase of furniture and other objects. Because a floor plan represents a larger structure, the drawing needs to be precise and to a specific, selected scale.
Select a scale to use for conex house plans. The most common scale is 12 to 1, which means 12 inches (1 foot) equals 1 inch. Measure the diameter of the entire space represented in the floor plan. This is the measurement along all outer walls. Note the location and dimensions of all doors, windows, fireplaces or other features found on these walls. Scale down the measurements. To do this, measure the wall in feet, then change the feet the reduced measurement.
Draw these walls to scale on grid paper. Use the ruler to ensure that all lines are straight and the right length. Describe all doors, windows, fireplaces or other features on these walls. Draw a straight line and an arc to represent door openings and two straight lines represent windows. Working around the house floor plans begins at a corner and moves around. Measure each wall, window, door and wardrobe in each room. Scale down all measurements to the appropriate scale and add the drawing to the grid paper.