Islamorada Surveyor

Live in Islamorada, FL, and in need of a land or water survey? Call us today at Accurate Land Surveyors, Inc., and we will be happy to send out an Islamorada surveyor to help.

We’ve been the surveying company of choice for many of the residents and businesses of Islamorada. As well as across the whole of South Florida for more than 30 years.

For a little history, Accurate Land Surveyors, Inc., was created by Robert L. Thompson in 1983. In addition, Robert was serving as the official Broward County and Port Everglades Surveyor and decided to start the company to share his expertise over a greater area.

Fast forward to today, and we have more than 100,000 surveys under our belt for the residents of South Florida. Making us one of the longest-serving and credible surveying companies operating in South Florida.

So, whatever your surveying needs are, contact us today at Accurate Land Surveyors, Inc. We’ll be happy to send out an Islamorada Surveyor with the skill and experience to handle all of your needs.

Why surveys are so valuable

Surveys are valuable to homeowners for a number of reasons. For instance, they’re often required by lenders, local offices, construction teams, and more.

Here are some of the most common reasons our surveying technicians head out to properties in Islamorada and the surrounding areas:

When purchasing land or property, a lot of homeowners call us to carry out a survey on the land or property they have an interest in buying.

Furthermore, even if the previous owners live at the property for most of their lives, it doesn’t mean they know exactly where their boundaries are.

The only way to truly know where the boundaries of a property are is by having someone conduct a professional survey.

Our technicians will be able to show you exactly where you – and your neighbors – can or can’t build. This will help you avoid those potentially explosive neighborly disputes. Moreover, it also helps value your property more accurately.

Not only should you have the land surveyed before purchasing it, but your lender may also require it as part of the appraisal process.

Mortgage companies and lenders need to verify a property’s value to safeguard their investment. In addition, it’s also a great opportunity for you to also know the value of your property.

We’re also happy to help you deal with your lender. Ensuring they’re getting the right drawings so things can move along quickly for you.

If your property falls into a Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA), your insurance company will require a water survey to assess the risk of flooding.

It’s also prudent on your part to have a flood risk assessment. Water damage costs Florida residents millions every year in uninsured costs, you don’t want to find yourself in that situation.

Before you break ground, you should speak with our surveyors. If you are unaware of what is under your grass, you may find yourself in trouble.

Moreover, it is not unusual for landowners to find out that there is an easement on their property. Easements are portions of land that are accessible to another party. For instance, like a utility company, for a specific reason.

It’s not something you will be aware of without having a survey. Yet, failure to identify any easements can prove to be costly after construction work has begun.

Structural changes and adding additions are becoming more and more popular. Especially as homeowners want to make the most of the space they have.

However, if you don’t first get the all-clear from a land surveyor you can easily run into unforeseen problems.

You do not want to make the mistake of putting up a garage that is partially on your neighbor’s property. Or, starting to dig only to find that there are unknowns under the ground that will halt the project.

It’s very likely your local office will need drawings for planning permission. As will the construction company, if you’re using one.

By speaking with one of our technicians and letting them know exactly what you’re planning, we can help advise you. Informing you of what you need to do next to avoid all and any problems that may arise.

Surveying services

The team here at Accurate Land Surveyors, Inc has a vast amount of experience performing all types of surveys.

There are no surveys we cannot perform, and we’re always happy to discuss projects, no matter how big or how small.

Most of our customers contact us regarding survey requests for:

  • Purchases and refinances – residential and commercial
  • Flood insurance and LOMA or LOMR 
  • New construction, building additions, or remodels
  • Property improvements – fences, pools, driveways, patios, and more
  • Docks, seawalls, and mean high water
  • Liquor licenses for local businesses
  • Topographic data to check for unknowns
  • Land surveys to settle boundary disputes with neighbors

We’re proud to say that a lot of our business comes from repeat customers and word-of-mouth.

This is because we prioritize putting you, our customers, first. Above all, from office administration to technicians to field specialists, we operate on good communication and over-delivering on what we promise.

As a fully insured and licensed by The Department of Professional Regulations company, our work is ethical and focused on client satisfaction. We are also proud members of the Florida Society of Professional Land Surveyors.

About Islamorada

Islamorada is one of the most picturesque and beautiful cities in South Florida. Home to just 6,500 residents, Islamorada is located in Monroe County between Miami and Key West.

Residents and tourists are spoiled by stunning beaches and loads of attractions. We’re proud to be the surveying company of choice for so many of the locals and are always happy to come out and carry out a survey in Islamorada.

Whatever your needs are, or even if you just have some questions, please do not hesitate to call us here at Accurate Land Surveyors, Inc. We will send out an Islamorada surveyor to take a look at your land.

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