Below are some of the services that we offer for both residential and commercial clients. We can't add all of our services to this list, so please reach out to us if you need something else.
Includes locations of existing or newly set property corners with the boundaries of the property labeled with bearings and distances. The deed for the parcel or the recorded plat for the subdivision is used as the basis for surveying the property as well as setting missing property corners. The survey typically will show improvements along or near the property boundaries but does not include improvements inside the property.
This survey specifically targets the geography of a body of water. This survey can include various attributes such as the depth of the water, the location of shorelines, the exact size of the body of water, and more. This service can also be used to help locate any underwater obstructions.
A Topographic Survey is a survey that gathers data about the elevation of points on a piece of land and presents them as contour lines on a plot. The purpose of a topographic survey is to collect survey data about the natural and man-made features of the land, as well as its elevations. This is a more advanced survey.
This type of survey is similar to a boundary survey, but includes more details. Requests must be in writing and the title research, as well associated deeds are provided in a Title Commitment by the client or closing Attorney. The scope of work for the survey is requested in a standard format called the "Table A" requirements.
Our drone pilots have the capability to perform flyovers for residential and commercial properties. We can also provide this type of videography or photography service for businesses to use as marketing material or for events such as weddings, conferences, or whatever your need may be. In addition, we hope to eventually provide training for other individuals and companies looking to use drones in their field.
Defined as creating a new parcel(s) of land from an existing parcel of land. A boundary survey is the base survey used to create the subdivision. Subdivision surveys (excluding exempt subdivisions) are typically regulated by local municipalities and new lots must conform to unified development ordinances (UDO) as well as zoning requirements for the area. The maps for these surveys are generally required to be recorded in the Register of Deeds office. See mapping requirements below for recorded map requirements.
This survey either moves property lines or removes property lines. A boundary survey is the base survey used for the recombination map. To be considered a recombination survey, the net number of lots can not increase and lot areas as well all structures must still comply with zoning requirements. The maps for these surveys are generally required to be recorded in the Register of Deeds office. See mapping requirements above for recorded map requirements.
A boundary survey is the base survey but a closing or title survey will include visible improvements and structures inside of the residential property being purchased. This survey is typically used for residential real estate closings or planning for home additions or improvements. The maps for these surveys are not required to be recorded in the Register of Deeds office and typically do not meet recording size standards or requirements.
Combines boundary, topographic and underground utility surveys which are utilized to design future improvements, such as a residential subdivisions, shopping centers, new streets or highways, etc. Stake out buildings, roads, walls, utilities, etc. Includes horizontal and vertical grading, slope staking, and final as-built surveys.