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(lots and acreage)
FEMA Elevation Certificates
Condominium Surveys Topographic Surveys
Site Plan Preparation & Construction Layout
Single Site Residential & Commercial Development
Unbeatable fast turnaround time
Expansive coverage area throughout Florida
Great presentation with full color and easy to read surveys
Encroachments and other survey issues effectively reported to streamline the review process
Survey crews located throughout Florida and dispatched with complete mobile communications systems
Easy Online ordering, automated status updates and Re-certifications made simple
Instant email delivery of electronically sealed documents with hardcopy delivery available upon request
How do I know what type of survey I need?
A boundary survey meeting specific standards and requirements as set forth by American Land Title Association (ALTA) and American Congress on Surveying and Mapping (ACSM). This type of survey is sometimes required by many title insurance companies, most often used for commercial properties.
A post construction survey showing all major changes in relation to the completed project. It updates any revisions made.
A survey of a parcel of land as described by a metes and bounds legal description or a lot, block and plat book legal description. It also shows any existing structures as they relate to the property boundaries.
Also known as a FEMA certificate, this document identifies the flood and non-flood hazard areas in which a particular property is located. The form also indicates the elevation of the building. The Elevation Certificate is used by insurance agents for the purpose of quoting your property flood insurance rates.
A survey of a parcel of land (preceded by a Spot survey) showing all improvements made.
A survey where the proposed construction forms are staked out for the builder.
Property Line Stakeout
Setting wood stakes (or iron pins) along the property lines of a parcel of land.
Survey of a building under construction showing the foundation as it relates to the property boundaries.
A survey of a parcel of land showing elevations throughout the boundary at a given interval.
How long does it take to complete a survey?
The length of time necessary to complete the field work during a survey can vary greatly. A well-documented and monumented average city “lot” with relatively little in the way of additional improvements may take about two hours to complete in the field. A problematic survey (lack of controlling monumentation, mathematical problems with record data, etc.) would certainly take longer. Acreage surveys will take longer due to the typically longer distances in controlling monumentation and additional computations possibly being required in the field.