I wish the house plans as I have long term plans for renewal and would like to know what the load bearing walls, so I know if I can take them down. I would also like to know where the pipes and lines are sewrage. Plus servitude, etc.. How I can get these since I've never done this before. Thank you. After talking with others on the web, I found the answer. The building inspection dept. In your city might have them, but not save them forever. Depending on the age of the house, you may contact the original builder, but I guess you've tried. Find load bearing partitions is fairly simple.
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