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Creating a Scale Drawing
 
1. First, use a tape measure to find the overall width and depth of your main floor. (Measure from within the house, not around the outside.) Include your garage if it’s attached and you have living space above it, such as a bedroom or an office. However, don’t include screened porches or decks. Since you don’t live in those areas all year round, they’re not considered part of your house. Write down the width and depth measurements, but don’t start your drawing yet.
   
2. Take a sheet of graph paper and decide on the scale that you want to use. For example, say the main floor of your rectangular house or condo unit measures 26 feet wide and 53 feet deep. Using the scale 1 square = 1 foot, your scale drawing would be 26 squares wide by 53 squares deep.
   
3. Make sure you have enough squares in each direction, and then draw the perimeter of your main floor. If it isn’t a perfect square or rectangle, be sure to draw in any angles, protrusions, and/or indentions. The shape of your drawing needs to look exactly like the shape of your main floor. (If you don’t have enough squares, use a smaller scale, such as 1 square = 2 feet. The size of your drawing doesn’t matter; its accuracy does.)
   
4. Once you’ve got the perimeter down, draw the walls and any outstanding features (staircases, fireplaces, sliding doors, and so on). Be sure to draw those to scale too.
   
5. Label the different rooms on your diagram, as well as the front door. In the kitchen, label the sink and appliances. In the bathroom, label the toilet, sink, tub, and/or shower. If you have bedrooms on your main floor, indicate the locations of the beds.
   



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