Why use an area calculator to calculate floorplans?

When planning a home renovation or project, sometimes the most difficult task can be figuring out the area or square footage of your home. The manual way of finding the square footage or area of a specific room generally involves needing a tape measure, some pencil/paper, and a little bit of math.

That said, unless you have the original blueprints (which, unless you built your current home, you probably don’t), calculating floor area can be difficult, especially if the rooms have irregular shapes. Different types of projects and industries require different types of area calculations. This can make using basic area calculators both time consuming and frustrating, even for professionals.

That’s where SketchAndCalc’s area calculator can help.

Utilizing SketchAndCalc

Whether you are looking to find the area of a floorplan for real estate (home appraisals or inspection), energy appraisals, or just your own home improvement projects, SketchAndCalc’s area calculator is a perfect solution.

Residential or commercial floorplans can be calculated quickly (and easily), with or without indicated dimensions. Once calculated, you can then export the floorplans as a DWG, DXR or PDF file format for easy importing and real estate calculations.

Start by simply drawing layers and grouping them to help you stay organized. Utilizing SketchAndCalc’s flexible drawing tools, finding the area of irregular-shaped rooms and floorplans is no difficult task.

To learn more about utilizing SketchAndCalc’s area calculator to find the area of a commercial or residential floorplan. Interested in utilizing SketchAndCalc as an area calculator to help with your home improvement or real estate projects? We’re confident you’ll love our easy-to-use area tracing technology. Click here to start drawing today!

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