If you are interested in purchasing, selling, subdividing, evaluating, or improving your real estate, you may need land surveying services. Call 866-493-5930 to discuss your needs and obtain a free quote or fill out our web form and we will get back to you.
For more information pertaining to the process and components of a boundary survey, please go to the following pages in our website.
Have you been mapped into a high-risk flood zone, but you feel your home has low flood risk? Perhaps your mortgage lender has requested you get an Elevation Certificate as a condition of a loan. Or maybe you’d like to try and lower your flood insurance premiums. Whatever the case, we can help!
In addition to confirming setback compliance and flood zone determination, we take great care in assisting clients toward the closing table by providing any missing deed, plan, and municipal references, offer assistance with resolution of discrepancies, and can deliver MLI Plans directly to your loan processors.
As a division of Nadeau Land Surveys, we perform underground utility location under the name of AAB (Above And Below) Utility Locating. Upon completion of research and field identification, as Land Surveyors we can field locate with GPS then map, the accurate location and elevation of the utility.
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At Nadeau Land Surveys, we enjoy sharing our knowledge with others. Here you'll find information about local municipalities, history, as well as links to important sites.
Local town information, land surveying, and FEMA/NFIP resources all in one place!
Explore the rich history of Cumberland County, ME from the land surveyor's perspective
The history of land surveying is the history of America. You will be fascinated by all that's here
Informative articles, flyers, and other publications to guide you through land surveying, flood zones, and real estate.
Our fourth article published in the Beyond the Boundary series in The American Surveyor magazine
An informational flyer we created to educate coastal residents about Elevation Certificates
This is the second article in the Beyond the Boundary series in The American Surveyor magazine