Land surveying is a method of identifying three-dimensional or the terrestrial positions, and the angles and distances between them. The points are marked on the earth’s surface, and they serve as reference when establishing boundaries and creating land maps. Licensed site surveying service providers are qualified to conduct land survey using the latest technologies and equipment. They have an experienced and skilled team of professional land surveyors who are fully trained and qualified to conduct the most complex site surveying jobs, like topographic surveys, mappings, residential surveys, and ALTA/ACSM surveys.
Accomplishing the objectives of land surveying requires site surveyors to use their knowledge in engineering, physics, mathematics, and geometry. Full-service land surveyors provide a wide variety of land surveying services. Residential land surveying, for instance, is the measurement of a parcel of land’s boundaries, making it known as a ‘boundary survey’, too. A land survey may be needed in case you are facing disputes about land. Likewise, you will need a site surveying service before you buy land or build anything on a parcel of land. Lenders and title companies may require a land survey to depict the structures on your land, too.
Land surveying, especially for residential purposes, may seem like a job that merely involves taking measurements of the land to determine its boundaries, but it is actually more complex. Site surveying services must identify and evaluate property restrictions, research and analyze the land, and plot the boundaries of the property. Licensed surveyors are in charge of looking up the past surveys and previous records on property surveys, which may affect the present findings on the land. Without them, you could be doing all the paperwork and deal with the overwhelming guesswork by yourself.
You will need to get in touch with a professional site surveying services before you buy land or any property, whether it is new or already been used. Land surveying can show you exactly what kind of property you are buying, so you know exactly what you will own and you can avoid disputes about.