Here at 321ics we pride ourselves on the quality and accuracy of our CAD floor plans. We offer a bespoke service so our floor plans can be changed on a case-by-case basis or you can set your preferences and save them so that your plans are the same every time you place an order. If you are used to having your floor plans drawn in a certain corporate format including your logo that's not a problem, please send us an example, a copy of your logo and we will set your preferences up for you.
We offer many different types of floor plan formats which can be used for all sorts of different applications and below you will find examples of some of the most commonly used formats.
Available file types
Once we've finished drawing your floor plan we can upload it to the system in a number of different formats. JPG is the standard, pre-selected default format, but you can choose 2 additional file types for no extra charge.
Available formats: JPG, PDF, GIF, TIF, PNG, WMF, FCW, DWG, DXF, PSD
Some of our clients need their JPGs a particular shape/size in order that they can be uploaded to property portals and property particulars. We are of course happy to provide what you require, so when you place your order, please specify your requirements.
Floor Plan Amendments
We have an extremely efficient on-screen amendment feature called "Screen Sketch" which is described in detail under the "General info" tab.
The speed with which your amendments are completed depends on the time of day you submit your request. Submissions made prior to 1pm GMT are most likely completed within the hour. For requests submitted later in the afternoon, we will still endeavour to complete your amendments within the hour but under some circumstances the change may not be completed until the drawing office opens first thing the next morning.
What do we need from you?
Ideally we need a hand drawn sketch in order to create a floor plan. However, we realise this isn't always possible so we can create a floor plan using another agent's plan or achitects' plans, ideally with measurements rather than just an indication of scale.
Essentially the more information, and more accurate the sketch, the more detailed and accurate the finished plan will be. You will find some examples, templates and useful hints and tips to help you under the tutorials section of the website.