Provides an in-depth map of a property including structures, boundaries, roadways, and waterways.
Provide a detailed illustration of natural and man made attributes on a parcel of land including elevation points.
A map showing the location and size of major trees on a property. Major tree size varies depending on the municipality.
Plot the location of utilities and network structures installed for the transportation of those utilities in a particular area.
Average Front Yard Setback
The existing average setback within a defined radius of the subject parcel. Typically required when proposing construction in the front yard.
Measures the depth of a water body as well as map the underwater features of a water body with contour lines and elevations.
FEMA administers the flood insurance program and requires an Elevation Certificate Form for each residence located within a flood zone.
Also referred to as building surveys, are required to assist construction crews locate on-site markers such as buildings and roads.
Clearly establish the extent of a particular parcel, with a primary focus on identifying the corners of the land.
American Land Title Association Surveys are generally required by mortgage companies, title companies, and lenders for the approval of mortgage insurance.
Are used to identify improvements made to a parcel of land made to date. Typically performed at the end of a construction project.
A survey map with plotted lines showing the boundary of a designated wetland in accordance with New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Guidelines for Freshwater and Saltwater Wetlands Boundary.