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Thank you for your interest in a Design Basics home plan. It is necessary that we bring various
issues to your attention and obtain your agreement. Please sign and date this agreement and
return it to me along with your payment. Retain a copy for your files.
This is a non-refundable purchase which allows a one-time use of these plans for the
construction of one house does not represent the transfer of any ownership interest of any plans
This design may not meet current existing building codes and should be reviewed and updated
and/or redesigned as needed to meet your state and local code compliance issues and any seal
requirements. You agree to use the plans provided to you as ‘REFERENCE ONLY” and accept
full liability and responsibility for reviewing and updating the plans to meet existing building
codes, as required, locally. You agree to hold Design Basics, LLC harmless from any liability
associated with your use of the design drawings.
Designer’s plans are professional drawings of general floor plan layouts and exterior elevations
with applicable details but may not include each and every detail in the construction process.
Designer’s plans and drawings, as typical with such plans, do not include any plumbing,
heating, or air conditioning layouts. Since codes for mechanicals vary greatly from area to area
due to local conditions and practices, mechanical drawings should be designed by the
applicable subcontractor and/or engineer together with the builder and homeowner. The
electrical schematic on our plans is only a suggested minimum arrangement that is usually
revised and customized by you, your builder and/or electrical contractor to your specific needs.
The plans do not take all special state, regional or local code requirements into consideration,
nor can the foundation plan properly consider all special site and/or soil variations of a multitude
of widely differing conditions.
Prior to construction of any home, you or your builder agree to consult with a local professional
engineer and architect as may be required to site the house on the lot, perform soil tests, check
the foundation design, and redesign the plans to meet all applicable local codes and
Designer makes no recommendations or endorsements and has no liability for any loss or cost
of damages arising from these matters.
Any revisions or updates made by the owner, builder, their architect, or draftsperson are their
responsibility. Care must be exercised in that revisions may change joist, rafter, or beam spans,
bearing walls and columns that may require structural review by a professional engineer. Any
revisions of Designer’s drawings must not remove any of the copyright notices. Any new
drawings must include the applicable Designer copyright notice. Except for the one-time use
permitted, such derivative drawings remain the property of Designer and protected by federal
There are no other terms or conditions involved, written or verbal.