How to read a site plan

When buying your new home, it is important to understand the basics on how to read a site plan. A site plan is a set of drawings that demonstrates what a site will look like once it is complete. This may include information such as home location, walk-out versus buried basement conditions, topography of property, and location of utility lines, drainage, and public easements.
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One Response to How to read a site plan

  1. ArtisanTony says:

    “Re-site” must be a catchy term you came up with. It is merely a revised site plan. Using common terminology will help your customers understand better. Keep your catchy terminology in house.