Terms & Conditions

Plans and specifications for residential construction (or construction documents, as they are often called in the industry) are copyrighted intellectual property, protected under the terms of United States Copyright Law and, therefore, cannot by copied legally for use in building on any other site other than the site originally designated on the plans.

These guidelines will help you buy the right number of copies for your chosen home plan.

Purchase enough copies of the construction documents to satisfy building requirements. As a rule of thumb for a home or project plan, you will need a set for yourself, two or three for your builder and subcontractors, two for the local building department, and two for your mortgage lender. You may want to check with your local building department or your builder to see how many they need before you purchase. You may need to buy eight to ten sets of prints. Please remember, plans are only good for one-time construction.

One set of construction documents is fine if you want to study the plan closely, but will not be enough for building your new home.

Your builder or a copy center cannot legally copy construction documents. Most copy centers are aware of this.

Don't use construction documents more than one time. Additional fees apply if you want to build more than one time from a set of drawings.

These designs and construction documents are protected under the terms of United States Copyright Law and may not be copied or reproduced in any way, by any means. We authorize the use of your chosen design as an aid in the construction of one single family home only. You may not use this design to build a second or multiple dwellings on any other site without purchasing another construction document package or additional design fees.

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Custom Home Designs, LLC
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Phone: 1.225.921.5875