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If you are in need of land surveying, including boundary surveying, commercial surveying or any other services please contact us today to get a quote on your project.
There are many factors a surveyor must consider when providing an estimate for a survey such as:
- The purpose of the survey and its intended use.
- The size of the property and the number of corners and lines that will have to be resolved.
- The deed research required for the subject tract and all adjoining tracts.
- The availability of reliable corners, reference points, or recent surveys.
- Are the descriptions of the property vague? Are there disputed areas?
- The type of terrain and vegetation. How accessible is the property? What type of equipment can be used?
- Do the lines between corner monuments need to be marked or painted?
- The number of hours required to complete all deed research, field work, office calculations, and plat drafting.
To reduce the possibility of a misunderstanding, surveyors often request that you sign an agreement that includes a description of the work to be done, approximate completion date, a lump sum price or estimated fee, and a payment schedule
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