Category: Land Surveying Stories

Land Surveying During the Winter Months

Many people don’t think hiring a land surveyor during the winter months is a good idea due to the frozen ground and colder air, but in reality, this could be a good time to hire a land surveyor for their services, and here is the reason why. Business Slows Down in the Winter Not many… 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 »

Mistakes that Land Surveyors Have to Tackle

Land surveying on a residential property

Land surveying is done by licensed professionals with experience and training in the field. When a land surveyor comes in to conduct a survey, they may come across errors and past mistakes that they have to research and fix. The resume that BLAZE Design brings to the table is over 30 years of experience and… Read more »

Problems that Land Surveyors Have

A land survey being done

Land surveying comes with many challenges that take some time to fix. Common issues aren’t quick fixes either. They can become headaches for land surveyors, and we would like to share those issues with you, so if you ever need surveying done, you can expect there might be some problems. Most Common Issues Owner’s Time… Read more »

Great Land Surveying Stories: Solving the Mystery of the Mason-Dixon Line

  For several years, the search was on to discover the exact location of the starting point of the Mason-Dixon Line, the original site of the Plumstead Huddle House. The house has since been non-existent for one reason or another and finally, after thorough investigation of maps and other artifacts, the starting point for the… Read more »