Land Surveyor Phoenix Arizona
Land Surveying Company
We specialize in restoring property lines. 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 survey monuments from nearby property and evaluating the relationship to each other. Today the science of Land Surveying is much easier than it was in the past. Manual measurements are minimal and 5 decimals place calculations are not done by hand on paper. The biggest asset today is knowledge of the legal principles of boundary surveying. No matter how accurate any surveying instrument can be, it's accuracy is meaningless if the point being set is incorrect.
An experienced Arizona Registered Land Surveyor performs all of the work on your survey. Our company specializes in professional land surveying services required to find, or re-establish, property lines in property boundary surveys and residential property surveys as listed below. Even though there may be an experienced Land Surveyor signing the work, it does not mean that Land Surveyor is directly involved in any of the work performed. We are performing all types of commercial and residential Property Surveys in your area including ALTA Surveys, Boundary Surveys and Lot Surveys.
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 copy of the Results of Survey depicting your finished property survey. See details at our Standard Surveying Services page.
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