Arizona Land Surveyor, Servicing all of Maricopa County
Get your property lines professionally restored!
Wecome to AZ Land Surveying, with a Professional Land Surveyor specializing in restoring property boundary lines. If you are wondering where your property lines are, we will find them. Proper land surveying procedure is similar to a forensic scientist looking for evidence of how the property was originally surveyed. This usually involves searching for land survey monuments from nearby property and evaluating the relationship to each other. Today the science of land surveying easier than it was in the past. Measurements by hand are minimal. Calculations to 5 decimal places are computerised and not being done by hand on paper. The biggest asset today is knowledge of the legal principles of boundary surveying.
We are computerized in the field and evaluate everything in detail on-site as needed. We have years of experience in completing ALTA Surveys. An experienced Arizona Licensed Land Surveyor performs all of the work on your land survey. We do not reject projects because of boundary disputes. You will be provided a professional drawing of your property survey after it is recorded at the Maricopa County Recorder's Office.
The perfect blend of modern technology and old fashioned know-how!
We are a small business and we will personally be there to survey your property. We create a drawing of every Property Survey, Lot Survey or Boundary Survey we perform. It will be recorded at the Maricopa County Recorder's Office as a Results of Survey. You will receive a PDF copy of the Results of Survey depicting your finished property survey. See details at our Standard Surveying Services page.
Our Arizona Land Surveyor's Weekly Look into the Past of Arizona...
Chapter 77 Land Surveyor Weekly From #04 - To reach Southern Arizona from the East, at the present time, the shortest and most direct route is by way of the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe railroad. This line begins at Kansas City, Missouri, and, passing through Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico, unites with the Southern Pacific at
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