Our goal is to provide technical expertise and timely response to property boundary surveys and mapping requirements. Projects are usually completed on a first come basis, but if you need immediate closure, we can rush certain projects.


  1. Once we receive your request, an estimate will be provided as soon as possible. We have fixed rates for certain subdivisions while other properties might require a bit of digging before we can provide a cost. We will ask for the legal description/metes & bounds of the property if needed.
  2. Next, we'll email your quote for your review. You can reply to advise us which survey you'd like to proceed with, any due dates, or questions you may have.
  3. Once we receive your reply to move forward, we'll schedule you on our next available date or get back to you about a date if it needs to be expedited. During this time, we'll prepare your contract & email it to you for e­signature & completion. You will receive your contract based on the order of when you are scheduled.
  4. When you have completed & submitted your contract, we can then proceed to collect payment to secure your scheduled date. Record data is compiled before field work commences.
  5. Finally, once the fieldwork is complete, our surveyor will analyze the data & prepare the final document(s). In rare cases our surveyor may need the field crew to re-visit the property (at a later date) to collect more data before completing the final document(s). Your survey is not complete until you receive the final document(s) with our surveyor's stamp & signature.



DEED: A document which is used to transfer land between owners. It contains information about the seller (grantor), buyer (grantee), and a legal description of the property. A metes and bounds description will assist the surveyor in determining the property boundaries. However, not all descriptions are written in a metes and bounds format.

TITLE REPORT: A private insurance document that contains information about encumbrances on the property such as mortgages, liens, and easements. These are listed as "exceptions" not covered by title insurance. The legal description and record owner are also noted on this report. Some projects require a copy of the title report to prepare the survey.

BOUNDARY SURVEY: Locating (and verifying placement) or replacing missing property corner monuments and locating the improvements on the property in relation to the boundary line. K-1 and K-2 surveys are boundary surveys requested on a real estate purchase contract.

SHORELINE CERTIFICATON SURVEY:  An application to the state Department of Land and Natural Resources to determine the specific location of the shoreline as evidenced by debris, vegetation, and other factors. This survey is necessary for oceanfront properties to determine building setbacks and limits of state controlled beachfront.

TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY: The careful measurement of the elevation and features of the property, used by design professionals to create grading and drainage plans or siting proposed structures.

SUBDIVISION MAP: Boundary data and physical features mapped in conformance with the County Subdivision Ordinance. A proposed subdivision map is submitted to County Planning Department whereupon certain actions may be taken or added information may be required before approval is granted.

A.L.T.A/A.C.S.M. TITLE SURVEYS: Specific title surveys requested by title insurance companies and mortgage companies. They contain boundary information, easement locations, and optionally, improvements and topographic information.