Title Survey:

Topographic Survey:

Final As-Built:

Slopes Analysis:

Lot Line Revisions:

You may also need to submit a map to your insurance company for damages that occurred during a major storm. You need to know the limits of your property, especially where boundary trees are concerned. A well-marked property survey prevents boundary problems from occurring and gives you peace of mind about your biggest investment… your home. 

For more information about the different types of land surveys and some history click here: 


What exactly is a Residential Land Survey you might ask?

A residential survey is generally like a typical site survey which is what land surveyors consider an inspection of an area where work is proposed, to gather information for a design or an estimate to complete the initial tasks required for an outdoor activity. It can determine a precise location, access, best orientation for the site and the location of obstacles. The type of site survey and the best practices required depend on the nature of the project. Examples of someone requiring a preliminary residential survey include those buying a home, selling a home, refinancing a mortgage or installing an addition on the home such as a garage, extra room on the structure or a fence around the property.

Below you will find some recent and informative samples of residential construction projects. If you are looking to have a survey done, please contact us today for a consultation.

Land Surveying

Residential Surveys

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