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This hub is our first draft of the upcoming Land Surveying Companies Directory which will be released sometime in February of 2020.   Listing your company inside this directory is currently free. Simply find your state and start a new post with a title that starts with the City, State you are listing in.  You must first click here to follow the USA Companies Hub before posting, otherwise you will not see the buttons to post.


Please note: If you're a land surveyor based in the United States, we would like to understand more about the differences and similarities between state associations, boards, laws and practices.  Please tell us about those details inside THIS HUB for general USA Land Surveying Discussions.  You are also encouraged to join and post topics inside the hub dedicated to your state.  Please join the group forum for your state and start a discussion today! And by all means, bring this up at the next conference or chapter meeting in your state.

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Nashville Tennessee Land SurveyorsIf you are looking for information on Land Surveying in the Nashville, TN and Davidson County area of Tennessee. If you’re looking for a Nashville Land Surveyor, you’ve come to the right place. If you’d rather talk to someone about your land surveying needs, please call our local number at (615) 645-1404 today.

 

land surveyingLand Surveyors are professionals who make precise measurements to determine the size and boundaries of a piece of real estate.  While this is a simplistic definition, boundary surveying is one of the most common types of surveying related to home and land owners. If you fall into the following categories, please click on the appropriate link for more information on that subject:

Nashville Land Surveying services:

    1. I need to know where my property corners or property lines are. (Boundary Survey)
    2. I have a loan closing or re-finance coming up on my home in a subdivision. (Lot Survey)
    3. I need a map of my property with contour lines to show elevation differences for my architect or engineer. (Topo Survey)
    4. I’ve just been told I’m in a flood zone or I’ve been told I need an elevation certificate in order to obtain flood insurance or prove I don’t need it. (Flood Survey)
    5. I’m purchasing a lot/house in a recorded subdivision. (Lot Survey – See Boundary Survey if you’re not in a subdivision.)
    6. I’m purchasing a larger tract of land, acreage, that hasn’t been subdivided in the past. (Boundary Survey)

Contact Nashville Land Surveying services TODAY at (615) 645-1404.

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