Date given here will result in a house like the given sample HouseA!
Measurements are read in metrics for the original house size (1:1).

General information

Base width:

m

Base length:

m

Base height:

m

Levels (max 6):

level

Roof Angle:

°

Note that the total size of the house will be larger due to jetty and protruding roofs
The total height will result from the number of levels and the roof angle and cannot be set.

Corner Post (static):

cm

Stud width:

cm

Stud Distance:

m

This is the maximum distance we allow for - we use the largest smaller value that allows for equidistant spacing

The amount of braces in the infill! 10% means roughly on in ten infills is braced!

Base information

Door:

2nd Door:

(other then 1st door)

Girt levels:

m

Please enter the heigths of the girts you want on that level, starting with the lowest. Enter the heigths in metres, seperated by semicolon as in the sample. These will be the underside of the girt and will only be included if it makes sense, so there must be place for an infill above and below.

2nd level information (use only if appropriate, ie. level>1)

Level Height:

m

Jetty Front:

cm

Jetty Back:

cm

Jetty Left:

cm

Jetty Right:

cm

The amount the level with jetty in the given directions.

Girt levels:

m

Please enter the heigths of the girts you want on that level, starting with the lowest. Enter the heigths in metres, seperated by semicolon as in the sample. These will be the underside of the girt and will only be included if it makes sense, so there must be place for an infill above and below.

3rd level information (use only if appropriate, ie. level>2)

Our sample house only uses 1 additional level, so this information is not used. In the final version you will be able to configure up to 5 levels.

Level Height:

m

Jetty Front:

cm

Jetty Back:

cm

Jetty Left:

cm

Jetty Right:

cm

The amount the level with jetty in the given directions.

Girt levels:

m

Please enter the heigths of the girts you want on that level, starting with the lowest. Enter the heigths in metres, seperated by semicolon as in the sample. These will be the underside of the girt and will only be included if it makes sense, so there must be place for an infill above and below.