Who We Are
We are a family run business established in 2013.
Founded in 2013, Scalice Land Surveying P.C. is a family owned and operated surveying business. The business began on Long Island, New York. Now with the ability to service NY, NC, KY, PA, CT, OH, and WV. We have plans to continue expansion into additional states. We specialize in a full range of surveying services including: title surveys, boundary surveys, topographic surveys, FEMA elevation certificates, and site plans. We also provide additional services such as property staking, subdivisions, construction layout, and more. Since our inception, we have completed over 6000+ surveys. With Multiple Survey Crews Working Across 7 States, we pride ourselves on white glove customer service, competitive pricing, and quick turnarounds.
The Scalice Experience.
What Exactly Do We Do?
At Scalice Land Surveying we provide land surveying boundary/title surveys along with other surveying work to homeowners, title companies, attorneys, real estate brokers, expediters, architects
Line & Boundary Calculation
Modern Technology to
Achieve The Most Accurate Results
Over 20 Years Of Experience As Licensed & Certified Land Surveyors.
Why Do People Love Scalice?
White GloveCustomer Service
Commercial Boundaries ALTA/NSPS
ALTA/NSPS specifies the data to be shown on the ALTA/NSPS land survey and this includes boundary lines, location of the main building including improvements, location of ancillary buildings, and the identifications of easements (access rights by service companies such as water, gas, telephone, railways, and other utilities).
There is also the option to include other items such as underground utility location, height of building, square footage of the building and underground structures. Issues that are commonly identified by and ALTA/NSPS survey can include: differing legal descriptions, legal descriptions with mathematical discrepancies, unexpected easements/encroachments, boundary disputes and zoning issues.
Land Surveyor FAQs
Should You Have Your Land Surveyed Before Buying a Property?
You should hire a land surveyor when purchasing a property, buying a home, or performing construction on a plot of land. A land survey reveals critical information about the property, including easements, encroachments, and boundary points.
How Much Does a Survey Cost on Long Island?
Residents can pay anywhere between $300 and $1,000+ for a land survey. Essentially, the more acreage, travel, and fieldwork needed to complete your survey, the higher the price. The further a professional must travel to get to the location, the more you will pay for your survey. We also offer free quotes for property owners to understand their final survey cost.
How Much Does a Land Survey Cost?
The cost of a land survey depends on:
- The type of land survey requested
- The amount of travel required
- The acreage and age of your property
- The type of terrain on your parcel of land
- The amount of field research necessary to complete your survey
- Any special requests you need for your permit
At Scalice Land Surveying, our specialists can review the scope of your work and provide a free estimate for our services.
Who Pays for a Land Survey: The Buyer or Seller?
There is no legal requirement stipulating who must pay for a land survey. Therefore, the general rule of thumb is that the party who needs the report is the one who must pay for it. If a prospective property buyer wants a land survey, then they will have to cover the costs.
Contact Scalice at
(855) 476-4111 for pricing
Scalice Land Surveying?
At Scalice Land Surveying, we offer competitive survey pricing and shorter time frames. This is made possible by utilizing the latest in equipment and technology while offering custom packages to our clients.
The Scalice Team
Multiple Survey Crews Working Across 7 States.
Our team of licensed professionals are here to help. From utilizing state-of-the-art surveying equipment, computer software, and other technological resources, to offering our clients profound knowledge and expertise in the most advanced survey methods. We are always ready to accommodate our client’s needs and welcome your questions and feedback. Give us a call today!