Category: Residential Land Surveying

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 »

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 »

Land Surveying for a New Property

Land surveying for a new home

Buying a piece of land provides you with new opportunities to build a home or keep it for other things such as farming. When it comes to building a new piece of land you’ve purchased, there is plenty of planning and organizing that goes in before you can build a home. One of the most… Read more »

Natural Disasters and Land Surveying

Natural disasters and land surveying

Hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and wildfires have riddled our communities across the country. As of late, it seems there have been more and more frequent tropical storms and wildfires spread across many areas of the United States. Once a natural disaster strikes down, the aftermath can be very difficult to overcome. It’s time for rebuilding once… Read more »

Be Aware of What is Actually Yours on Your Property

BLAZE Design land surveying

The space that you live on can be very confusing. If you own property, there are issues that arise with neighbors, additions, buildings, etc. A land surveyor can come in and determine what is actually yours on your property. Don’t ever assume that everything on your property is something that you own.  Homeowners tend to… Read more »

Home Projects During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Building a shed on your property

During the lockdown and social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s rather easy to become stir crazy. If you have a home, and you’re looking to do some home projects to keep yourself busy, here are some suggestions. Obviously, if you’ve been meaning to get some of these projects done for some time now, why… Read more »

Land Surveying for a Flood

flood study land surveying

Flooding can leave you with a destroyed yard, flooded basement, and damage to the foundation of your home. These things can be a headache to homeowners but staying proactive before a flood happens is essential. Land surveying plays a big role if your property is susceptible to flooding. What Goes into a Flood Study? BLAZE… Read more »

Different Types of Land Surveys

construction layout during land surveying

Land Surveying is an important subject, especially if you’re a homeowner, you’re building a home, or you’re in construction. There are many different things that go into surveys. All of them are important and vital for different reasons. Here are some that you should be paying attention to: Boundary Survey – A boundary survey with… Read more »

Detached Garage Addition and Land Surveying

Detached garage addition and land surveying

Building a detached garage or other outbuilding on your property has many great benefits to your home. It grants you more space for cars and storage. It also gives you the option to turn the current attached garage into another convenient space for your home. One thing you must consider with an addition, like a… Read more »

Building a Shed on Your Property

shed in residential backyard

Your house is getting cluttered, and your garage is getting piled up with yard tools.  You’re looking to clean up your house and get rid of some junk that you don’t need.  A shed in your backyard might be the best solution to store items you don’t need in your house or garage.  Before you… Read more »