Looking to Expand?


Before you decide to build an extension on the house, clear out that wooded area to make for a bigger backyard or put up and fence between you and your neighbors, you should call a Licensed Land Surveyor. This is necessary to ensure that you are not encroaching on someone else’s property with your potential plans. We find that the small price for a survey of your property as it relates to the overall cost of the project now will save you a load of trouble later on.


Serving both the states of Vermont and New York, allow BLAZE Design Inc. to be your go-to company for Land Surveying and Land Use Planning. Once you’ve given us a call, BLAZE Design will work to determine where your property lines currently lie as we also work with your contractor or engineer, assisting with the permitting of your subdivision or site. Even if you’re not looking to make adjustments to your home or yard, it may still be a good idea to give us a call. Suppose you just want to find out where your property line ends because you want to know if you’re mowing more lawn than you are truly responsible for. BLAZE Design Inc. has worked on many projects similar to this and we’d be more than happy to provide you with some clarity.


David E. Spurr, of BLAZE Design, has over thirty years of experience as a Professional Land Surveyor and much of that experience comes from working alongside Engineers, Architects, and Contractors on residential and commercial and municipal projects. With his guidance, we as a company have full confidence in our Land Surveying and Land Use Planning abilities and we hope that you will give us the opportunity to work on your behalf.


If you’re in either the state of Vermont or New York and you’re looking to expand or find out exactly where your property lines rest, give us a call before you decide to put your plans into motion. We are fully capable of surveying anywhere from less than an acre to one-hundred acres of land or more; we will never turn down a project due to magnitude.

Your new venture will surely bring fewer headaches if you know your boundaries beforehand, and we’d love to lend a hand!