This article is here to help understand the different components of the iGUIDE Floor Plan.

Figure 1 - The iGuide Floor Plan

The Floor Plan

  1. Title: The iGUIDE title, this is usually the address of the iGUIDE or the name of the business.

  1. Areas: Total Interior Area and Exterior Area values

  1. Compass Rotation: The camera system has a compass. When panos are shot the compass rotation value is given to that pano. The floor will have the combined compass value of all the panos on that floor. 

  1. Date: When the iGUIDE was completed and uploaded to the Portal.

  1. Scale: The full length of the bar represents 2 m when overlayed on the Floor Plan.

  1. Door Object: This is an example of a standard door.

  1. Window Object: This is what all windows look like, with varying lengths.

  1. Stairs: This is an example of a staircase. All stairs include an “UP” or “DN” label to indicate if they go up or down.

  1. Dimension arrows: These arrows show where the outer limits are for the dimensions.

  1. Premium Objects: This is an example of an object that gets added to the floor plans for premium iGUIDES.

  1. Wall Break: This wall doesn’t actually exist on the floor plan. It is there to represent a separation between the stairs going up and the stairs going down.

  1. Fireplaces: The drawn box shows the outline of the fireplace accompanied by a “F/P” label.

  1. Label, Dimension and Area: These labels give details about the room itself and can be turned on/off on the Portal.

  1. Void Spaces: These represent areas that cannot be occupied or used. Typically contain piping or structural members of a home. 

Figure 2 - Premium Objects

Premium Objects

  1. Basin

  2. Round Basin

  3. Bathtub

  4. Bathtub Angled Faucet

  5. Corner Bathtub

  6. Rounded Bathtub

  7. Bathtub With Side Faucet

  8. Bidet

  9. Hot Tub

  10. Shower

  11. Corner Shower

  12. Curved Corner Shower

  13. Shower Head

  14. Toilet

  15. Urinal

  16. Dishwasher

  17. Freezer 

  18. Chest Freezer

  19. Fridge

  20. Microwave

  21. Other

  22. Under Counter Other

  23. Wall Oven

  24. Sink

  25. Corner Sink

  26. Double Sink

  27. Double Half Sink

  28. Stove 4 Burner

  29. Stove 2 Burner

  30. Stove 6 Burner

  31. Stove 8 Burner

  32. Wine Fridge

  33. Dryer

  34. Under Counter Dryer

  35. Washer/ Dryer

  36. Under Counter Washer/ Dryer

  37. Washer 

  38. Under Counter Washer

  39. Round Pillar/ Post

  40. Square Pillar/ Post

Figure 3 - Door Types

Door Types

  1. Standard Door        

  2. French Door    

  3. Walkway (Wall Opening)

  4. Pocket Door

  5. Sliding Door

  6. Fold Door

  7. Bi-fold Door

  8. Garage Door    

  9. Accordion Door

  10. Double Pocket Door    

  11. 3 Panel Sliding Door A    

  12. 2 Way Standard Door

  13. 3 Panel Sliding Door B

  14. 4 Panel Sliding Door

  15. Revolving Door

Figure 4 - Line Types as they appear on the final product

Line Types

  1. Exterior Line Type: Can be bigger or smaller depending on the exterior wall thickness entered into Survey/ Stitch.

  1. Interior Line Type: Typically 12  cm, but can vary depending on the construction of the home.

  1. Half Wall Line Type: Walls that only extend partway from floor to ceiling. 

  1. Railing Line Type: Used for wood or metal railings.

  1. Basic Line Type: Represents 3 different line types.

  1. Construction Line: Used for fireplaces, stairs and changes in elevation.

  2. Outdoor Divider Line: Used to draw decks, balconies, patios, porches, etc. 

  3. Object Line: Used to draw counter tops and other objects for Premium iGuides.