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Are blueprints public record?

A blueprint is a map of a building. ... Once the blueprints have been filed by the contractor with the municipality building department, these building plans are public records and technically attainable by anyone wanting to view them. However, finding blueprints of a building is not always as easy as one might think.

How do I find blueprints?

Contact the realtor whom you used to purchase your house. ... Consult with your local building inspector. ... Find out if your city keeps archives of maps, old building plans and photographs. ... Search public records to find out who has owned your house in the past. ... Research whom the builder might have been.

How do I find building blueprints?

Contact your local permit agency or records office. Often these agencies store copies of building plans for decades after the structure has been built. Ask what information you need to supply in order to obtain copies of existing blueprints. Provide the required forms and information, and pick up a copy of your plans.

How do I get a copy of a blueprint?

Contact the contractor or architect who built your home and request a copy of the blueprints. In most cases, a home builder will keep a copy of your blueprints for his records. You may have to pay the builder a small fee to get a copy. Contact the developer of your home if it's in a subdivision.

How much does it cost to get blueprints of my house?

It'll cost between $839 and $2,726 with an average $1,779 to hire a draftsperson for a blueprint or house plan. They will charge anywhere from $50 to $130 per hour. A set of plans for a typical 3-bedroom house takes at least 10 hours to complete and runs anywhere from $500 to $2,000.

How do I find the original blueprints for my house?

Contact your Local Permit Agency or Records Office. ... Visit the Local Planning or Zoning Office. ... Call Your Builder or Architect. ... Check with Your Real Estate Agent. ... Ask Your Neighbors. ... Just Look Around!

Are house blueprints public record?

A blueprint is a map of a building. ... Once the blueprints have been filed by the contractor with the municipality building department, these building plans are public records and technically attainable by anyone wanting to view them. However, finding blueprints of a building is not always as easy as one might think.

How do I find out what year my house was built?

Go to the county recorder's office or its website if you don't have your chain of title documents. The recorder's office has the deeds and records for your property on file as public record, which you can look up for free. Look at your house's design features.

Are building permits public record in California?

Here is a primer on using the California Public Records Act to inspect building permits and plans, and to receive copies of permits. ... Health and Safety Code section19851 says that plans are open to inspection on premises of the building department as a public record.

What are permit drawings?

What is a Permit Set of drawings? ... The permit set includes basic information on the project such as the floor plans, elevations, sections, site plan, some details (life safety primarily) and very general materials and systems notes and references.

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