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I drew a floor plan which the client liked however I have to mirror the floor plan, can that be done?  It's a two bedroom two bath design the bedrooms are located on the west, I have to place them on the east.  I'm using chief premier X6.  

 

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Edit Area>Edit Area (All Floors)

 

Reflect About Object 

 

Pick something in the center part of the plan to reflect about.

 

Or,

 

Tools>Reverse Plan

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And your closets are not near deep enough.

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Sir, that solved that problem.  It was the first step I'll try the other one also.

 

Thanks,

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8 hours ago, solver said:

And your closets are not near deep enough.

Good eye.  25" inside framing to get a 24" finished closet is very standard wherever I have been a framer.

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Or you could eliminate the closets altogether

and use a couple of nice armoires instead. It

will make the rooms look larger too.

 

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just a caution with bedrooms on the east side

 

I hope they are early risers as the sun will wake them :)

 

Lew

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Step #1:  Elimination of fractions in the overall dimensions.  Also, lumber comes in standard lengths... use that information wisely to reduce jobsite waste.

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