Wall coverings can be limited to one wall of a room by dividing the wall into separate segments and specifying the wall coverings for each segment individually.
In some situations, a single wall may need to serve as both an exterior wall with sheathing and siding materials and also an interior wall with sheetrock.
Wall intersections in your plan are easy to modify using Home Designer
Specify how walls align by going into the General Wall Defaults in Default settings and adjusting the Resize About setting, this determines how walls snap together.
Checking wall alignment between floors is easily done using the Reference Display and the Align With Wall Above and Align With Wall Below edit tools.
Change a single wall’s type or group select and change multiple walls by changing the wall type on the Wall Types tab of the Wall Specification dialog.
Changing the color of a single wall within your Chief Architect plan is easy and fast.
The height of a retaining wall is initially determined by the heights of the terrain on either side of the wall. Once created, its height can be changed.
Wall height in is determined by the ceiling height of a given room. To change the wall height you need to change the ceiling height.
To change the settings for a particular roof plane in your plan, you can specify these special settings on the Roof tab of the Wall Specification dialog.