Category: Boundary Survey

When You Need a Topographic Survey

Surveying for residential property

A topographic survey offers an ideal way to identify and map the surface features of the terrain in a given area. This very accurate system accounts for all of the existing objects in the area, from major features like trees, buildings and streets to every smaller item including manholes, retaining walls and utility poles. These… Read more »

Why a Land Survey is Important for Your Solar Installation

Solar panels on property after land surveying

Solar power has become more popular recently in the United States as focus on renewable energy has increased. Solar installations allow us to convert the natural energy of sunlight into electricity, saving money and helping the environment in the process. But if you’re considering a solar installation of any kind, it’s important to do a… Read more »

How Renewable Energy Projects will Help Land Surveyors

Commercial solar fields

Land Surveying is a trade and a field that is much needed in everyday life. From construction work to site planning, land surveyors have a wide range of services that are offered to help out contractors and individuals. With renewable energy projects being funded and launched throughout the country, land surveyors will be hard at… Read more »

Benefits of Re-Sloping Your Land Before Construction

If you have a piece of land that you’re looking to build on, there is quite a bit of work to do in preparation. One major obstacle to get over is re-sloping. Not every piece of land will need this done, but many do. Re-sloping your land will make building a home, barn, shed, or… Read more »

How to Solve Land Surveying Issues with Neighbors

When deciding to buy or build a new house, one of the first and most important duties is to have a land survey completed. If you don’t do this, you could have plenty of issues arise down the road at your new home. It is important to respect these land boundaries, but there are instances… Read more »

Commercial vs. Residential Boundary Surveying

When it comes to conducting a commercial land or boundary survey, it isn’t so much that the type or quality of work is any different from a residential survey. Instead, the difference lies in the fact that often times, a commercial survey can be much more intensive, and subsequently, more expensive. Why? Because these different… Read more »