Our Services

Services Include

  • Boundary Surveys
  • Subdivision Design & Layout
  • Topographic Surveys
  • As-Built Surveys
  • Certified Foundation Location Surveys
  • Final Surveys
  • ALTA Surveys
  • GPS Control Networks
  • and more


Do I need a survey?
Only an updated survey performed by a licensed land surveyor can answer questions about utility easements, encroaching structures, and where exactly your property line is. In many cases the cost of the survey will be 1 or 2% of the purchase price, and can help you avoid future litigation. Avoid potential issues by requiring a survey prior to your proposed purchase.

How much do surveys cost?
The cost of your survey will depend on several factors.  

  • Size of the parcel
  • Type of survey work needed
  • Characteristics of the land (such as how steep or level, how open or wooded, how wet or dry)
  • Whether you have any documentation that may be helpful (such as a copy of the deed, an old survey, or an old title abstract) or existing monumentation from older surveys or surveys of neighboring properties
  • Integrity of your deed 
  • Amount of time needed for completion of project
  • If you would like us to provide you with a free cost proposal for survey services, we would be glad to talk to you about your project needs.

What is a land surveyor?
A Land Surveyor is a person licensed by the State Department of Education to practice the profession of Land Surveying. Land Surveyors measure and map the surface of the earth. Only Licensed Land Surveyors are allowed by law to make boundary line determinations. 

How do surveyors determine where the property line is?
A Licensed Land Surveyor is trained to examine your deed as well as the deeds of neighboring property owners to determine the location of the property line. Property transfers can have errors in the deed descriptions, which can create conflicts in the boundaries. It is the land surveyor’s job to read the deeds and determine if any conflicts exist. If they do, the land surveyor will examine older deeds and determine the correct location of the line.