Land Surveying & Civil Engineering
Frequently Asked Questions
As part of our commitment to personal service, we try to provide you with as much information as possible BEFORE we meet. This way you'll have a better understanding of how we do business and how we approach land surveying.
Yes, of course. We realize how valuable your time is and are committed to providing personal service to our customers.
Whether we can or can't meet your deadline, we'll be upfront and honest with you from the start. We will work with you to try and handle your urgent survey request.
That depends on a lot of factors, but certainly prior to purchasing land, building a house, installing a fence or other structure, prior to dividing land, or when you think others have encroached onto your property.
We need the following: your name, address, phone number, the Parcel Identification Number (PIN), Deed Book and page number, GIS (Geographical Information Systems), tax information, plats, and any older surveys of the same land.