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Aaron G Byrd, PLS

Aaron G Byrd, PLS

5.0 (1)
I have been providing excellent customer service for all sizes of projects for over 30 years.
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5.0 (1)
We have been serving the Public since 1981 & located at 500 E. Carson Plaza Dr., Ste 201, Carson, CA 90746. We have a lot of Developers, Governmental agencies Architects & individual customers are keep on coming back & also referring us to others. Maybe, they satisfied on our services. As small company, we do our best to do what we say & most of the time, we go beyond our scope to satisfy our customers. We went thru 3 recessions  & thanks to our Lord, we were able to survived it & hopefully will survive this on-going COVID 19. Thank you, stay safe & remember "Social Distancing". ... View Profile
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SpotOn Inc

SpotOn Inc

5.0 (1)
SpotOn routinely performs property and improvement surveys for clients. We are ready to serve you as we have served countless others already.
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Terwilliger Land Survey & Civil Engineers Corp

Terwilliger Land Survey & Civil Engineers Corp

We are a full service Land Survey and Civil Engineering design and consulting company with decades of of combined experience. Our team is Tip Top. We pride ourselves for quick response and turn-around of deliverables at reasonable prices. You won't find better quality and friendlier helpful staff.
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Surveys By Westcon

Surveys By Westcon

Westcon Engineering, Inc. Is a full service civil engineering firm serving all of CA. Westcon consistently offered quality work and exceptional service to our clients for over 25 years. Our skilled staff and state of the art systems offer full support to every project we take on. We do residential for A.D.U.'s (Granny Flats,) Commercial Construction, and Raw Land. We look upon our clients as partners and we recognize our responsibility to identify the special requirements of each project, apply appropriate design techniques, support the project team as a whole, and monitor the project from start to finish. Choosing Westcon Engineering, Inc. M ... View Profile
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Calvada Surveying Inc.

Calvada Surveying Inc.

Our Mission To utilize our company’s years of experience and expertise to set the standard for excellence in the industry by providing the highest quality and most efficient land surveying services. Success will be measured by our ability to earn the trust of each of our clients and maintain our reputation for superior quality within the industry. Our Vision Become one of the leading land surveying firms in the Western United States, enabling the growth and prosperity of the company so that we may perpetually serve the needs of our clients and communities, as well as to provide for the future of our employees, their families, and genera ... View Profile
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Frequently asked questions

How much does a land survey cost near me?

A land survey costs $250 to $700 on average or $20 to $100 per acre for large land plots. An ALTA or ACSM survey costs $1,000 to $2,000 for a platted lot less than 10,000 sq. ft. Costs depend on the size of the plot and type of survey.

Who pays for land survey buyer or seller?

The home buyer typically pays for a land survey, but it's a negotiable item in the contract. A land survey shows the property boundaries, fencing, easements, and encroachments and must be acceptable to the Title Company and Buyer's lender.

What do residential land surveyors do?

A residential property surveyor determines the precise location of property lines, fencing, easements, encroachments, roads, and other features. Surveyors prepare maps, plots, and reports used for deeds, construction, or other legal documents.

What is land surveying used for?

A land survey is necessary when:

  • Buying a home.
  • Constructing a new home or accessory buildings.
  • Identifying the precise boundaries of property lines and any potential restrictions to settle property disputes.
  • Building a swimming pool, privacy fence, garage, or home addition on an existing property.
  • Ensuring easements, encroachments, and roads are not blocked or crossed.

What are the different types of land surveys?

The main types of land surveys are:

  • ALTA/ACSM Survey – Used when buying and selling real estate. This detailed land survey includes the physical features and characteristics of the land.
  • Boundary Survey – Used to determine property lines when buying, dividing, improving, or building on the land.
  • Location Survey – Similar to a boundary survey, and includes marking all the additions and improvements made to a property. A location survey ensures the property boundaries and zoning laws have been adhered to.
  • Construction Staking – Used to interpret engineering plans when constructing a structure.
  • Right-of-Way Survey – Used to determine the access rights or points on a property, such as an easement.
  • Topographic Survey – Used to plot and map all surface features and elevations of a property.

How long does a house survey take?

A house survey takes 1.5 to 4 hours to conduct on-site, then 3 to 5 business days for the survey results to come back. The time depends on the size of the plot, quality and availability of property records and deeds, and the surveyor's workload.

Where to find local land survey companies?

To find the local survey companies, do the following:

  • Start your search on websites like HomeGuide and Google.
  • Get at least three price estimates from licensed properly line surveyors to compare.
  • Ask for recommendations from family, friends, and neighbors.
  • Read reviews and check out their previous work on HomeGuide, Google, and the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
  • Select companies that are licensed, bonded, and experienced.
  • Verify their insurance, worker’s compensation, and bond guarantees.
  • Ask about their warranties and guarantees.
  • Ask for a full itemized estimate or contract in writing.
  • Avoid making large payments upfront. Come up with a payment schedule for work completed.

After asking questions, hire the best boundary surveyor near you.

What questions should you ask properly line surveyors?

When hiring a lot surveyor, ask them the following questions:

  • How long have you been a surveyor?
  • What type of survey do I need?
  • Is the survey I need already on file somewhere?
  • How long will the finished report take to come back?
  • How many properties have you surveyed?
  • What services are included in the cost?
  • Are there any potential complications you foresee with this plot?
  • Can you provide testimonials and references from past customers?
  • Are you licensed, insured, and bonded?
  • What does your warranty policy include?
  • Can you provide me a written estimate or contract?
  • What’s your payment schedule?
  • What do I need to provide to get started?

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