BCIN Certified Plans

Each and every Insul-Wall building system kit includes a set of BCIN Certified Plans. You’ll find that some designs will require more than the standard and while some may require less. Every home is completely unique. We’re also able to provide specific modifications to suit certain needs. Lastly, We’ll also work with our customers on complete custom designs.

Panelized housing floor plans

  • Space layout, 48” grid template
  • Door and window sizes and locations

Foundation Plans

  • Suggested structural member specification and location
  • Typical foundation wall section

Roof Framing Housing Plans

  • Truss specification, spacing and type
  • Manufacture truss design package (with delivery)
  • Overhang
  • Slope

Floor Framing Plan (if applicable)

  • Joist specification, spacing and type
  • Manufacturer’s specifications

Panel Layout

  • Panel dimensions and location
  • Header specifications
  • Window and door openings

Typical Wall Section

  • Specifications of wall construction
  • Foundation type

Miscellaneous Notes and Details

  • General notes
  • Miscellaneous framing details

Locally Stamped Drawings

Our BCIN Certified Plans are normally sufficient to obtain a building permit by themselves. However, for an additional fee we’re also able to provide our customers with a complete series of stamped drawings in the event that your local code requires the seal of a (local) professional. We guarantee that these locally stamped drawings we provide will pass code no matter the location. The drawing package includes site plan, floor plans, elevations, framing plans, wall sections, header load tables, manufacturers truss design packets, panel count and layout and any other drawings necessary for building your home.

You will receive Four (4) sets of Final Plans:

  • One (1) for your builder
  • Two (2) for the building department
  • One (1) for your own records

Note: Our standard shop drawings are not considered full architectural drawings as such do not come with a local professional seal. We have numerous business relationships with engineers who are licensed all over North America. If you need require the services of one of these engineers, we ask that you let us know immediately so that we may begin processing your information. Note: there also may be additional information that you’ll be asked to provide, such as; a site survey, soil test, and zoning ordinances. In some jurisdictions only an architects’ seal is acceptable (In this case if our architects or engineers are not registered in your area, your plans will have to be created and stamped locally at an additional fee). We highly recommed that you discuss the above details with your local authorities in order to determine exactly what is required to be issued your building permit.If you have any questions regarding the drawings we provide, or if you would like to inquire about possible additional fees, please contact us.