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2D Floor Plans and Blueprints
HomeRender can simplify your floor plans and make necessary adjustments for marketing purposes. Our subscription service allows us to convert architectural drawings and blueprints, even sketches on a napkin, into 2D floor plans. These plans can illustrate all the necessary details and textures for clients to visualise the space. With unlimited revisions available, we offer an easy and powerful solution to your floor plan needs
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Elevate your marketing with high-quality 3D floor plans, allowing clients to explore their prospective property effortlessly. This rendering provides a bird's eye or angled isometric view to showcase the layout and designs.
- Bathroom Fixtures
- Paint color
How simple is this?
Create an account
You need to create an account to have private access. With private access, you can perform a variety of tasks such as uploading your plans, seeing the status of your requests, or downloading your files.
Add Project Info and specify Desired Assets
Output and style
Check status and download results
And that's it - you're finished!
One floor of a townhome with labels
1. Hand sketch
The hand sketch provided crucial dimensions, wall thicknesses, and room labels for the townhouse project. It was essential to ensure that wall thicknesses were accurately measured, especially where walls were adjoining other units or associated with plumbing pipes, HVAC ducting, and elevator requirements. Any significant details that needed highlighting or marking were identified.
2. Image Prep and upload
A photo of the project was uploaded, but the photo needs to be relatively oriented. The flatter the image was or aligned the lines are, the quicker the result will be. Additional dimensions may be required, otherwise it will be assumed based on the scale of the provided image. Ideally it is more accurate to use DWG files, but we will accept most image files.
3. Comments and clarifications
We clarified a few things in this example:
- What "Ter" meant: It stood for "Terrance".
- Which label the client wanted for the bathroom: They preferred the "Bathroom" label since all other labels were room descriptions.Which label the client wanted for the bathroom: They preferred the "Bathroom" label since all other labels were room descriptions
- The types of windows being used: They weren't sure yet, so we used a generic symbol for them.
This example uses a hand sketch, but blueprint PDF or DWG files are the most common files we receive. Plans in PDF or DWG are commonly used for permitting, but cannot be used alone since they have too much markup to be marketed to the public.