- 5 Feb 2012
- Reaction score
Your plan drawer has been lazy and has not scaled his hatches, hence they are too tightly drawn.Thanks gents, I should explain this is from an architectural plan for an extension. Ive never seen it before. If it doesn't represent a material is it possible it's just there to look pretty? I know it's not brick or block and I can't find timber on Google.
Legend? Not since 1975 (or leaving drawing school) which ever was last.There should be a legend on the drawing ( or in the drawing pack ) describing what each pattern of hatching represents,
Your plan drawer has been lazy and has not scaled his hatches, hence they are too tightly drawn.
One is supposed to be brick (although its a wrong hatch for brick), and the other darker one seems to be too - but whether that's supposed to represent new work or is just an even tighter hatch, who knows
For what purpose did you ask him to draw them in the first place?
If he has not drawn them to your requirements, or for the purpose you instructed him, then he needs to change them - and at no cost.
Seems like you hired an idiot.
But if the drawings were just for planning, then that implies that there will be more work and extra cost for drawings for building regs. If you agreed a cost for both, then that's a different matter.
The choice seems to be either you insist on they are rectified at no cost, and completed to an acceptable and accurate standard, or you kick him up the arse and find someone competent.
If you need to find a tradesperson to get your job done, please try our local search below, or if you are doing it yourself you can find suppliers local to you.
Select the supplier or trade you require, enter your location to begin your search.
Are you a trade or supplier? You can create your listing free at DIYnot Local