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Floor Plans

FREE Simple Floor Plan with Every Order

No dimensions, overall square foot, or Fixed-Features

2D Simple Floor Plan

  • 2D Floor Plan without dimensions, overall square foot, or Fixed-Features
  • Delivered next-morning
  • Included with every Interior Shoot!

Optional Add-Ons to Enhance your Listing

2D Measured Floor Plan

  • Gross Internal Measurements
  • Fixed-Furniture Included (Cabinets, etc)
  • Dimensions and overall square foot per floor
  • Delivered Next-Morning

3D Illustrative Floor Plan

  • 3D Plans come virtually staged
  • No Measurements included
  • Delivered Next-Morning

Illustrative Site Plan

  • Entire estimated property line with tree icons
  • Add optional Pictures to create Interactive Plan
  • Delivered Next-Morning

GLA Add-On

  • Our GLA add-on provides more detail on the potential value of different spaces by representing area types in more detail (finished, unfinished, basement, etc.). It also includes an area calculation breakdown and exterior dimensions.

About GLA Floor Plan Add-On

GLA: Gross Living Area obtained following the measurements precept of the United Standard ANSI-Z765.

Square Footage – Method for Calculating: ANSI Z765-2021

This voluntary standard for measuring square footage in single-family detached and attached homes, developed by an American National Standards Committee, is the first national standard to reconcile differences in current methods for determining square footage. The standard involves the calculation and reporting of above-grade square footage and below-grade square footage in single-family houses. It is not applicable to apartment/multifamily buildings and does not cover room dimensions.

What is the GLA and its dedicated add-on?

The GLA or “Gross Living Area” add-on produces floor plans and reports which contain detailed calculation of the GLA and will include or exclude spaces following the ANSI rules.

GLA - Gross Living Area

When people refer to GLA they actually refer to the Gross Living Area obtained following the measurements precept of the United Standard ANSI-Z765. We’ve named our add-on that gives you ANSI compliant calculation after it for readability and simplicity.

Bases for Calculation

GLA calculation includes all spaces that are:

  • Heated
  • Finished
  • Enclosed
  • Contiguous
  • Permitted
  • with a minimum ceiling height of 7′

As an example: a garage or an unfinished basement are excluded from the calculation, as a finished attic lower than 7′ would.

Below Grade

Below grade areas are not included in the GLA calculation.

Additional rules:

Ceiling height

Rules differ when you have a flat ceiling or a sloped ceiling. For sloped ceilings, provided the highest point is at minimum 7′, the area from the highest point to 5′ will be accounted for and areas under 5′ will not.

External walls

Rules will vary based on the property type

Stairs & openings to below

  • Stairs are included in the floor they descend from.
  • The area below the stairs (regardless of finish or ceiling height) are included in the level on which the stairs land.
  • Openings to the floor below are not included (areas where the stair treads and landings are not considered open to below).

Bay windows

  • are included if they are floor to ceiling
  • they are otherwise excluded

Standard Measured Floor Plan

With GLA Add-On

Download Example

Click to View & Download an example here:  GLA-report–merged

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