Traditionally, home blueprints were in fact printed on a special blue background and used a unique light colored ink. This was a cost and time effective way to recreate hand-made drawings. As technology has advanced, the need for this blue paper has passed. However, the name remains. Today, home blueprints are usually printed on large bond paper with traditional toner ink. It works the same way your at home printer works, but is made to accommodate much larger paper. The Sater Design Collection offers their home blueprints on this standard bond paper or on a special, erasable vellum paper. We also can send our home plans through email as a PDF for our paperless fans. For more home blueprint ideas, take a look at our Bestselling and Award Winning home plans.
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