Kee Mapping & Surveying is proud to offer comprehensive professional land surveying and mapping services for North Carolina and Tennessee.
Kee Mapping & Surveying was founded in 2007 with the goal of becoming one of North Carolina's top Professional Land Surveying and Mapping organizations. We specialize in GIS mapping, boundary, topographic and conservation easement surveys for a wide variety of projects. With an in depth knowledge of local, state and federal requirements, our team provides sound advice and accurate results in an efficient manner.
We believe in the preservation and protection of land for future generations. Although we offer a vast array of services, Kee Mapping & Surveying has the passion and expertise for specializing in land conservation projects such as stream mitigation and conservation easements. We are honored that through our partnerships with state and local conservation and environmental organizations, we have been a part of protecting our natural resources.
We see our relationship with our clients as a partnership. As your partner, Kee Mapping & Surveying pledges to maintain constant communication and provide detailed and accurate results to meet the needs of your project.
Kee Mapping & Surveying is a member of American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, Western North Carolina Green Building Council, North Carolina Society of Surveyors, National Society of Professional Surveyors, Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy, RiverLink, and the Asheville Home Builders Association.
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The land surveyor’s responsibility is to physically locate the boundaries of the land described in the deed. Thus, extensive data gathering is preformed at and around the site. The surveyor then examines and maps the various visible man-made and natural features required for the particular survey. Finally, the surveyor examines previously recorded deeds and maps along with the information and documentations supplied to the surveyor by the owner or title company. The result is an accurate description of the property’s boundaries and features.
Not necessarily. Ribbons can be tied to trees and even wooden stakes for many reasons, such as to mark reference points, buried utilities, wells and springs, proposed power lines and even flowers. Many driveways have been built on the assumption that the flagging or ribbon tied in a tree was the property line resulting in having to move the driveway later. For more information, please click below to see the brochure “Facts You Should Know About Having Your Land Surveyed” created by the North Carolina Society of Surveyors, Inc.