What Our Land Surveyors Do:
At Miller Land Surveying, our land surveyors will help you to save on time, money, and worry by performing land surveying and helping you solve your problem or issue. Miller Land Surveying researches maps, deeds, and other documents that describe boundaries with our boundary surveying and make field measurements to best determine property lines, encroachments, and easements. We can set lost property corners and mark property lines or give you a formal survey plan that shows structures.
Miller Land Surveying has also collected a vast archive of survey records which can often provide an added time and cost savings to our clients.
Founded in 1971 by Leland D. Miller, we take pride in offering our clients personalized service using state of the art equipment and knowledgeable personnel. Our clients include private individuals, developers, utility companies, lenders, title companies, law firms, engineering firms, municipalities, federal agencies, Real Estate Brokers, Contractors, Excavators, and Developers.
A survey can be thought of as a snapshot in history of a location on the surface of the earth. Just as people do, over time property changes. Roads get built, land becomes developed, wind and water erode the land, bury fences, and the evidence of property boundaries slowly begins to change and disappear.
The land surveying profession has evolved rapidly over the past years with the introduction of Global Positioning, Geographic Information Systems, Computer Aided Drafting, Robotic Instrumentation, and Digital Scanning equipment.
Although advancements in technology have changed the way we measure and in some cases have made things easier, we realize that the fundamental aspects of land surveying have not changed from its roots in history. The concepts of real property ownership, title, and location on the surface of the earth are still present in every project.
At Miller Land Surveying we take pride in our profession and each project we are involved with. Whether it be a residential lot survey or full blown design project, we strive to follow the footsteps left by previous surveyors while still keeping an eye toward the future