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 My blueprints show my ceiling elevation at 102.69' and floor elevation at 92.19' what does that mean?

Answer The elevation measurements are relative to a common reference point. The blueprints should also indicate what that reference point is. It could be a surveyor's post somewhere on the lot. But if y... Read More »
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