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A boundary survey is an important component of pre-construction due diligence. we have large scale of boundary surveyors who make the perimeter of a property as it relates to a site’s legal description.
Falcon Survey have a licensed surveyor to calculate recorded measurement and do a physical inspection to determine the physical boundary of the survey site. A record of survey site will be filed with any relevant consultants as required to help determine if there are any support need on or over the site boundary.
If this is the case, We can provide the expert professional services to resolve these issues by establishing an easement or boundary line agreement.
There are often questions you, as a client, may have regarding our surveying services. We have answered the following questions and answers in an attempt to guide you. If, however, you do not find the relevant queries your need in our list below, please get in touch with us.
We always advise knowing exactly where your property lines are before building something as expensive as a wall. It is not only prudent but much less expensive than resolving an encroachment problem through the courts.
An encroachment is when a structure intrudes on (or over) your land. Some examples of this could be a fence, driveway, or building. Encroachments are some of the more common items encountered when a survey is conducted. Please see the images on the page for some real examples.
When a surveyor finds a material discrepancy between the monuments on the filed plan and their actual physical location, he is required to file a new plan with the authority showing these discrepancies.
As professional surveyors, we believe we provide the most accurate service for our client’s when we calculate your parcels location by starting from the monuments noted on your filed subdivision plan or the Section Monuments set by the Government Land Department. We have no way of knowing if another surveyor’s pins have been accurately set.
That depends of the location and the size of the property. All properties are unique and we will gladly put an estimate together for you.