# Quick Answer: How To Draw A Fireplace On A Floor Plan?

## How do I manually draw a floor plan?

How to Hand-Draw a Floor Plan (Step-by-Step Instructions)

1. Measure the space. Add the measurements to a rough sketch.
2. Draft with an architect’s scale.
3. The blueprint.
4. The exterior walls.
5. The interior walls.
7. Add appliances, fixtures, and plumbing.

## How do you scale a floor plan?

There are two ways to display the scale for floor plans:

1. As a ratio, eg 1:96 or 1:100, “one to forty eight” or “one to one hundred”
2. as equivalent measurements, eg 1/8″ = 1′ or 1cm = 1m, “an eighth of an inch represents 1 foot” or “1cm represents 1m”

## What makes a fireplace draw well?

A good rule of thumb is that the fireplace opening be no more than 10-12x the area of the flue for 36u201d and larger boxes. For metal chimney systems, we recommend at least a 14u201d flue for 36u201d and larger boxes.

## What are the dimensions of a fireplace?

The standard size of a fireplace is between 2 and 3 feet wide, 24 to 29 inches high, and about 16 inches deep; however, the opening may vary depending on your style and design ideas, as well as where the fireplace will be installed.

## What program can I use to draw floor plans?

There are numerous types of floor plan software available, but the following are some of the best floor plan software options for 2021:

• Autodesk Civil 3D.
• SmartDraw.
• Sweet Home 3D.
• Floorplanner.
• CAD Logic’s Draft it Systems.
• RoomSketcher.
• CAD Logic’s Draft it Systems.

## How do I make a floor plan?

A floor plan can be created in a few simple steps:

1. Choose an area to draw.
2. Take measurements. If the building already exists, measure the walls, doors, and relevant furniture to ensure that the floor plan is accurate.
3. Draw walls.