But our unique collection of house plans includes everything you need - a complete set of working drawings - to build your dream home.
Monroe, CT (PRWEB) April 17, 2009
In today's uncertain economy, consumers are looking for creative ways to save money. When building a new home, consumers can save thousands of dollars by purchasing a stock house plan versus hiring a custom designer or architect to design a house. The House Designers (THD), one of the leading online home plan companies, specializes in selling stock or pre-drawn house plans and home designs for the residential consumer. Many of these blueprints are custom home plans designed for private clients that consumers can now purchase for a fraction of their original cost.
"Many consumers worry about what they get in a set of blueprints they buy online," says Tammy Crosby, THD's COO. "But our unique collection of house plans includes everything you need - a complete set of working drawings - to build your dream home." These plans, designed by the country's leading architects, include all of the special features that today's buyers want like open floor plans, split bedroom designs, art niches, laundry rooms, mud rooms and more. Consumers can find house plans that meet every budget, big or small, with floor plans that are highly functional, energy efficient and eco-friendly including an exclusive collection of ENERGY STAR® homes only available on thehousedesigners.com.
The House Designers selection of house plans include over 60 different collections and architectural styles including One-Story, Vacation, Accessible, Craftsman, Southern, Green, Mediterranean, Modern, Traditional, Country and many more. Just recently, an Exclusive House Plan Collection was added featuring some of the hottest new home designs available in America, which can only be found at TheHouseDesigners.com. THD is offering $100 off any plan in this new collection or $150 off CAD and reproducible packages.
Making changes or modifications to stock plans is easy and very customary as most people make some kind of change to their plan. Most minor changes can be done by simply 'redlining' the plan, which simply means to make changes directly on the plan with your builder or sub-contractors. For more substantial changes, THD offers free modification estimates and free design consultation with the architect. Currently, THD is offering 20% off all modifications to pass along even more savings during these current economic conditions.
"We understand that the home design and building process can be overwhelming, which is why we go the extra mile to help consumers find a house plan that meets all their needs," Crosby said. "In addition to free modification quotes and free design consultation, we have a highly qualified customer service staff ready to assist consumers with their home plan search."
Stock house plans offer something very important to today's consumers - a great way to save time and money. Not only is the cost of a stock plan considerably lower than a custom design, but you'll also save an exorbitant amount of time that would be needed if you hired a private designer or architect. For example, a custom blueprint by an architect or designer can begin at $2 per square foot, which means a 3,000 square foot home plan would minimally cost $6,000 and take weeks or months to develop and design. A similar stock house plan averages around $750 and even with modifications could be delivered to your door within one or two weeks.
One of the greatest benefits about purchasing a stock house plan is the huge selection to choose from. There are thousands of house plans that allow you to find exactly what you've been dreaming of in a new home.
About The House Designers:
The House Designers (http://www.TheHouseDesigners.com) are the leading residential architects and designers in the U.S. comprising the majority of pre-drawn plans in America. THD has the best selling, most popular house plans in America all under one roof owned and operated directly by the designers. They have clients who have built their homes in every state in the U.S. and in 56 countries around the globe.