Posted by Mike on March 26, 2004 at 19:02:39:
In Reply to: Re: Figuring Sq.Ft. NO QUESTION, really!! posted by Antonio on March 23, 2004 at 00:12:58:
Thank-you for your response Antonio.
You know, that's exactly how I've been doing it, tracing, rectangles, right down to your placement of the W x L mesurements inside each rectangle. Weird.
So I guess I must be pretty close.
I usualy draw a main floor and get that to what looks good an resonable. Then I trace the outline of the main floor using a light table I built. Then I use the outline as the starting point for the foundation drawing.
>>NOT leaving out what you suggested (closets, shower,....).
This is exactly what I'd hoped to find out. I have been including such things all along but I wanted to make sure.
>> Nope, you bought the whole thing! :-)
Yes sir. And a whole lot more to boot. :D
>>I believe "small IS beautiful"
The reason I'm putzing again, after only a few years in the new place, is because the wife and I are thinking "smaller", too. Kids are gone, house to big now.
Thank you again for your reply.
Now, back to the drawing board!
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