A single-family detached home, also known as single-family residence (SFR) or separate house is a free-standing residential building.
An ADU, also know as a secondary unit, junior ADU, granny flat, in-law unit, backyard cottage, is an attached or detached residential dwelling unit that provides complete independent living facilities for one or more persons and is located on a lot with a proposed or existing primary residence.
Multifamily residential is a classification of housing where multiple separate housing units for residential inhabitants are contained within one building or several buildings within one complex. For one unit select 1 unit alteration, for multiple unit alterations select multiple - NOT a combination of single and multiple.
Nonresidential is a classification of occupancy space. Such examples include: offices, stores, restaurants, conference arenas, storage, schools, churches, theatres, and high-rise apartment buildings. We provide Lighting (LTI), mechanical (MCH), or envelope (ENV) compliance, in addition to single forms.
Extra services include any weekend work, additional pages for residential/non-residential along with any calculations and additional work that is necessary to complete your project to success.
Revisions are typically done when the architectural, structural or mechanical plans have changed. Additionally, revisions are done when the existing information about the project has changed and the calculations have to be run again. We also include any extra miscellaneous services here.
CALGreen forms and standard sheets are required to be completed and made part of the construction documents. They are typically needed for newly constructed residential structures, as well as for additions and alterations to existing buildings.