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Square Footage Measure Inc.   Find the size of your house 
 Call us at:   (214)584-6383
(817)617-7933

Dallas - Fort Worth - Arlington - Square Footage Measure Inc - the best way to get your house size / square footage in DFW. OFFICIAL SKETCH for square footage - We send a state certified appraiser company employee out to measure your house the appraiser way. House size measurement in Grand Prairie, Euless, Hurst, and Burleson.
Appraiser way to measure my house. Measure House and provide official sketch of house size in DFW. Home measuring in Fort Worth, Dallas, and Arlington metroplex.
WE CAN ALSO MEASURE OFFICE SUITES OR COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS FOR SQFT
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What factors help determine if a portion of a home is square footage or not square footage? What is gross living area / square footage and why ?
-First Off, the experience and technique utilized by the employee of the appraiser company measuring the house helps them determine which areas of a home are sqft.

-Areas counted as square footage must be above grade, meaning above the level of the ground. Square footage areas do not include below grade basement portions etc.

-Areas counted as square footage must be finished out. Areas of the home that are not finished out are not be counted as square footage. The measuring employee decides which areas are finished based on his or her training, experience, & technique.

-Areas counted as square footage must be vented with central air and heat. Window air conditioning units do not count as central air and heat and thus areas with window unit CAC are not typically counted as square footage or gross living area.

-The two main measuring standards utilized by appraiser companies in Texas are "The American National Standard Institute or ANSI" measuring standard and the "American Measuring Standard" AMS. For now, the state of Texas does not have a uniform measuring standard for appraisers, so Appraisal companies and their employees rely on industry standards, as well as the ANSI and AMS standards for measuring houses.
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