Dimensional Floor Plans & Photography
(Floor Plans for Commercial & Residential)
Our Floor Plan Measuring Service comes with floor plans in both online and printable formats (JPG, DXF, PDF, and SVG). In addition, we provide a 3D virtual tour of the space being measured with each order.
Check out our as built dimensional floor plans for commercial and residential spaces.
Commercial As Built Dimensional Floor Plans
Are you an Architect, Engineer, Facility Manager, Commercial Realtor, or in commercial construction?
We can help you take the guesswork out of mapping and documenting as built environments by quickly and easily creating visuals and dimensional floor plans for planning, designing, and evaluating spaces.
With our measuring services we provide reliable and accurate tools for capturing square footage information and generating defensible floor plans.
We use the iGuide services for measuring which is a time-of-flight lidar scanner, iGUIDE accuracy exceeds industry standards and is defensible in court.
Our services include delivering the floor plan and its associated data in the following file formats. (JPG, DXF, PDF, and SVG).
So what is an iGuide? And why should I use this service? Click the “MORE INFO” link below to find out.
Residential As Built Dimensional Floor Plans
Do you need an as built floor plan? If you are planning on remodeling, painting or measuring for new flooring, an updated floor plan will save you money and time,
We not only provide dimensional floor plans, in the following formats, JPG, DXF, PDF, and SVG, we also provide a 3D Virtual Tour.
If you are a home owner or an architect, designer, remodeler working with a home owner click here to see how our floor residential floor plan services can save you time and money.
If you are a home owner or working with residential properties check out how our as built floor plan measuring services can save you time and money.
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