The following is a list of services offered. If you have a special request not listed below, tell us about it, we can either help you or refer you to someone who can.
- Boundary Surveys
- As-Built Surveys
- Title Surveys (Commercial & Residential)
- ALTA Surveys
- Elevation Certificates
- Topographic Surveys
- Tree Location Surveys
- Construction Staking
- Form Surveys
- Site Plans
- PLAT Preparation
- Fence Line Staking
- Field Notes
- Easement Dedication
Locating, marking and measuring of the perimeter of a parcel of land. Typically includes a map or plat of the boundary with measurements.
A boundary survey which includes the location of improvements to the property (house, walkways, utilities, swimming pools, etc.).
Title Surveys (Commercial & Residential)
As-built surveys which include relevant information (easements, setback lines, etc.) provided by a Title Commitment. Title surveys are typically required for a mortgage loan.
Title surveys which meet the standards set by the American Land Title Association.
A certificate which states the true mean sea level elevation of a structure or specific location and the elevation of the flood plain (as provided by F.E.M.A. or other local agency) for that location.
A map of a parcel of land which includes contour lines representing the elevations and elevation changes.
Tree Location Surveys
A map of a parcel of land which includes the location, type and size of trees; along with the critical root zone, drip edge and canopy of trees on that parcel.
The physical placement of wood or metal stakes at specific locations to aid in construction.
A map of a parcel of land which includes the location of wood forms prior to the pouring of a slab for an inspection and/or a bank draw.
A map of a parcel of land which includes the proposed location of improvements.
The physical placement of property monuments for the purpose of changing the existing boundary of a parcel of land.
A boundary survey of a tract of land whose property lines and/or number of tracts have been altered. Additional certifications and/or requirements are typically required by the appropriate jurisdiction.
Fence Line Staking
The physical placement of wood or metal stakes along a property line for the purpose of fence construction.
A document which describes the boundary of a tract of land using bearings, distances and monument descriptions
The map and/or field notes which describe a parcel of land to be designated as an easement, typically for the purpose of filling said easement with the appropriate jurisdiction.