CAL 3

1 Bed | 1 Bath | 432 sq.ft

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CAL 3 is an ADU model with an elongated dimension of 36’ x 12’, having a gross area of 432 sq.ft.

The interior space of this model is composed of an L-shaped kitchen with overhead cabinets and sufficient space for a full-sized refrigerator. The floor plan layout allows linear access from the main entrance to the living/entertainment area and kitchen space, with one side path to the bedroom.

The bedroom is 120 sq.ft, enough to fit a queen sized (72” x 84”) bed and a wall-to-wall built-in cabinet. The laundry area is beside the bathroom, adjacent to the bedroom door entrance.  The Interior finish is white plaster with wood flooring. Exterior sidings are plank lap side toned with brown-coffee horizontal and white vertical wood slat sidings.

Cad 3 is designed with a shed-to-shed type roof, angled to optimized ceiling height for better heat insulation.

Upgrade options are available depending on client preference.

STRUCTURE

Framing

Walls: 2” x 6” light gauge steel frame, standard 16” OC with fiberglass insulation (R19 exterior) (R11 interior)

Floor: 2” x 8” light gauge steel frame, standard 16” OC with ¾” OSB/plywood sub-floor sheathing with fiberglass insulation (R19)

Ceiling: 2” x 8” light gauge steel frame, standard 16” OC with fiberglass insulation (R30)

Roof: 2” x 6” light gauge steel frame truss with ½” OSB/plywood sheathing

Walls: 2” x 6” light guage steel (LGS) frame, standard 16” OC with choice of mineral wool or spray foam insulation (R19 exterior) (R11 interior)

Floor: 2” x 8” light gauge steel (LGS) frame, standard 16” OC, 3/4″ OSB/plywood sub-floor sheathing with choice of mineral wool or spray foam insulation (R19)

Ceiling: 2” x 8” light gauge steel (LGS) frame, standard 16” OC, with choice of mineral wool or spray foam insulation (R19)

Roof: 2″ x 6″ light gauge steel (LGS) truss with 1/2″ OSB/plywood sheathing

Mechanical

  • Split system HVAC
  • Split or central dual ducted HVAC system

Electrical

  • LED lighting where indicated
  • Standard receptacles and switches
  • 120VAC throughout
  • LED lighting where indicated
  • Upgraded receptacles and switches as per client’s choice
  • 120VAC throughout

Plumbing

  • PEX throughout
  • Copper throughout

EXTERIOR

INTERIOR

FINISHES

Wall / Ceiling

Interior: ½” gypsum drywall with level three textured plaster, rough coat finish, painted with choice of color.

Exterior: ½” OSB/plywood backing with fiber cement board, painted with choice of color or style

Interior:  5/8” gypsum drywall or board with choice of smooth plaster finish or other wall covering.

Exterior: ¾” plywood sheathing with smooth plaster finish or upgraded choice of siding

Floor

  • Vinyl / Laminate Plank Tile, choice of color/style
  • Hardwood, tile, or carpet with choice of colors and style

Roof

  • 30 Year Asphalt Shingle, choice of standard color
  • Choice of standing seam or tile with color option

Windows / Sliders

  • Dual pane, white vinyl / fiber glass frame.
  • -Triple pane aluminum frame with choice of color

Doors

Interior: Hollow-core wood, painted to match walls

Exterior: Solid-core, painted to match exterior/interior (if plans specify exterior door)

Interior: Solid-core wood, painted with choice of color

Exterior: Solid-core wood/steel, optional over-sized and choice of color

Cabinets

  • Factory-direct, color to match walls
  • Custom-designed to client specifications

Fixtures

  • “American Standard” or equivalent (subject to availability)
  • “Kohler” or other choice of upgraded fixtures per client’s choice

Appliances

Not included in Standard Package

Client’s choice of appliance packages

FLOOR PLAN

Printable Floor Plan

1 Bed | 1 Bath | 432 sq.ft

A Sustainable,
Eco-Friendly Home

During the construction process, our prefab homes generate about 80% less waste then standard site built homes.  A controlled factory setting allows us to use construction materials in a more efficient manner.  In addition, waste and poor workmanship caused by weather is eliminated.  The National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB) states,  “There are tremendous benefits to building parts of the home in a controlled facility, materials are protected from the weather and used in a more efficient manner.”

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