Boundary Surveys

Boundary lines and corners are defined within Property Deeds which are recorded in public records. When performing a boundary survey, it is critical to not only define the boundary of your property but also all properties that share a common border to help identify any gaps or overlaps that may exist. In addition to Property Deeds, past survey records and the field recovery of existing monumentation help to define where the boundary may lie. Boundary Surveys may also include the setting of monuments at all property corners and filing a survey map with the appropriate recording office.