Floor Plans - include the overall dimensions of the design, placement of interior walls, doors, windows, etc. for each level of the home.
Exterior Elevations - show the front, rear and sides of the house in 2D and 3D color
Foundation Plans - include drawings for a full, partial or daylight basement and/or crawlspace as applicable.
Cross Sections - show details of the house as though it were cut in slices from the roof to the foundation.
Roof Plans - provide the layout of rafters, dormers, gables, etc.
Interior Elevations - show the details of cabinets (kitchen, bathroom and utility room), fireplaces,etc.
Schematic Electrical Layouts - show the suggested locations for switches, fixtures and outlets, etc.
Floorplans can be printed in reverse. This means the floor plan itself and the layout of the house is flipped right to left -- providing a possible solution to lot constraints. All of the verbiage on the plans will be legible. Reverse sets (as opposed to a set of blueprints that has only been mirrored) can help avoid slow downs and hassles for contractors and subcontractors.