The Architectural Works Copyright Protection Act of 1990 allows for statutory penalties of up to $100,000 per incident for copyright infringement involving any of the copyrighted plans found on this site. The law can be confusing. So, for your own protection, take the time to understand what you can and cannot do when it comes to home plans.
Purchasing a set of blueprints and making additional sets by reproducing the original is illegal. If you need additional sets of a particular home plan, you must purchase them from us.
Creating your own plan by copying even part of a home design found on this site is called "creating a derivative work" and is illegal unless you have permission to do so.
You must have specific permission or license to build a home from a copyrighted design, even if the finished home has been changed from the original plan. It is illegal to build one of the homes found on this site without a license.