Residential Land Survey
in New Hampshire Only
Your property will most likely be the greatest expense you will have in your lifetime. A residential land survey provides a clear picture of exactly what you own. It is also instrumental in determining what you can do with your property in the future. A well-marked property survey prevents boundary problems from occurring and provides a homeowner with the power of knowing without doubt where your property lies. A&M offers services for NH homeowners including:
- Boundary/Property Line Surveys
- Plot Plans
- ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys
- Condominium Site Plans
- Site Assessments
- As-Built Surveys
- Site Plans
- Construction Layout
- Flood Elevation Certificates
- Topographical Surveys
- Zoning/Variance Surveys
- Septic System Design & Permitting
FAQs About Boundary Line Surveys & Property Line Surveys for NH Homeowners
- A boundary line survey allows you to see the exact boundary of what you are buying or selling.
- A boundary survey can determine if there are any easements for utilities such as water, sewer, drainage ways, power lines, etc. on your property.
- A property line survey identifies any encroachments like driveways, fences or buildings on the property or crossing any of your boundary lines.
- A boundary survey and plan provide you the exact property line measurements and the precise locations of all structures (houses, sheds, garages, etc.), fences, or driveways related to those property boundary lines.
- A boundary survey might also include a determination of whether you are in a floodplain.
- A boundary survey can provide markings along your property lines which allow you to put up a fence on your property boundary line in the correct location so that you don't infringe on another property or leave too much space between the fence and the boundary line.
- A boundary survey is the first step in being able to subdivide your property.
- A boundary line survey should be done to make sure the building you're constructing is on the lot, and not interfering on any easement lines.
A&M provides residential septic system designs and permitting. Designs include replacement of existing systems due to failure or new construction. Permitting services are required through the NH Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) Subsurface Systems Bureau Department as well as through many local municipalities. Our septic design services include test pits, percolation tests, site survey, design and permitting.