Jan 12, 2019 10:53 am
We've bought a 70s brick beach house that needs a fair bit of renovating, just wondering if anyone can recommend design software (free or paid) that I can input my plans/make changes just to get all my ideas in one place before we get a draftsperson in to draw up the final plans?
Re: Home Design Software3
Jan 13, 2019 9:31 am
They all have strength and weaknesses
Focus on one that allows you to
Try breaking down your project so everyone knows what they are doing
slab & formwork et al costs
OT and just a thought Unfortunately there isn't a compare 3D design software site similar to this FEM 3D Engineering analysis software site
where prices vary from Free (No Import) To $50K
Compare Finite Element Modelling software
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