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Freeman Land Surveying, PLLC
Freeman Land Surveying offers the following Professional Land Surveying services, and we are happy to customize any job request to best meet your specific needs.
FREEMAN LAND SURVEYING IS YOUR EXPERT LAND SURVEYOR FOR HENDERSONVILLE, ASHEVILLE, AND ALL OF WNC.
Boundary Surveys - Surveys of the boundary of property according to the description in the recorded deed. Interior improvements such as buildings, drives, etc. can be located. Improvements along the boundary affecting the use of or title to the property are located, such as: fences, drives, utilities, buildings, streets, etc. Missing corner markers are replaced. A map showing boundaries (plat) is prepared.
Report of Survey - Surveys of the boundary of property without locating the interior improvements. Missing corner markers are replaced. A written report is provided but no map / plat is prepared. Often requested for preparation for building fences or staking property lines.
Topographic Surveys - surveys locating all improvements and topographic features that might include: elevations of the land, embankments, contours, trees, water courses, roads, ditches, utilities, etc. Can be used in conjunction with location surveys in order to prepare a site layout map, subdivision map, or erosion control plan.
GPS Surveys - data transmitted from satellites is gathered using portable receiving devices and used to calculate the position of the object(s) being located on the surface of the earth. Often used for large boundary surveys or subdivision surveys.
ALTA Surveys - often required by lending institutions, especially for commercial properties. These are highly detailed surveys. Request for an ALTA survey must be in writing, must specify a list of items to be located, and be accompanied by all deeds and easements affecting the subject properties.
Subdivision Surveys - Surveys of a parcel of land which will be divided into two or more smaller tracts. These types of surveys must meet the approval process of the planning and zoning departments of the local governments and must be recorded at the Register of Deeds.
Recombination Surveys - Surveys for the purpose of recombining two or more parcels of land. These types of surveys must meet the approval process of the planning and zoning departments of the local governments and must be recorded at the Register of Deeds.
Construction Staking - Using surveying techniques to stake out buildings, roads, walls, utilities, etc. May include: horizontal and vertical grading, slope staking, and final as-built surveys.