· Plan A: Home Style and Plan
· Plan B: Lot Excavation
· Plan C: Foundation
· Plan D: House Framing
· Plan E: Roofing
· Plan F: Doors and Windows
· Plan G: Plumbing
· Plan H: Electrical Wiring
· Plan I: HVAC
· Plan J: Insulation
· Plan K: Exterior
· Plan L: Walls, Ceiling, Trim
· Plan M: Kitchen and Bath
· Plan N: Cleaning Closet
· Plan O: Flooring
· Plan P: Lighting
· Plan Q: Other Amenities
· Plan R: Garage / Pathways
· Plan S: Landscaping
· Plan T: Interior Design
 Construction Specification Planning  

Plan R: Garage / Pathways

record and note your design specs: download spec sheet

what you need to do —

  • Consider adding extra space for bicycles, workbenches, garden tools, and storage.

  • That extra space will be a welcomed when sharing the garage with vehicles and other items.

  • Paved driveways have a higher resale value. Plus they look more attractive than non-paved driveways.

    Driveway surface include asphalt, concrete stone, brick, and other material.

  • Make sure your builder understands your concerns about: narrow sidewalks — from b4ubuild.com

  • Visit our Home Improvement Gallery for complete garage and pathway information:

    view center: garage directory

    view center: pathways / driveways

  • Find Pre-screened Contractors:
    click to search contractors

    Search local yellow pages:
    asphalt layers

Home Building Steps
step 1:analyze
step 2:location
step 3:hm styles
step 4:hm plans
step 5:spec plan
step 6:builder
step 7:financing
step 8:manage
step 9:decorate


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