Property surveying is one of the oldest professions in the world.
According to the New England Chapter of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (NEURISA), land surveying dates back to 1,400 BC when Egyptians used tools to divide land plots for taxation purposes.
Fast-forward to modern times, and the demand for a qualified land surveyor is just as significant. No matter what type of property survey you need, Scalice is Lindenhurst’s land surveyor for the job. Call us at (631) 957-2400 or fill out our online contact form now.
What Does a Land Surveyor Do?
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports the typical duties of a professional land surveyor to include:
- Creating precise measurements to determine property boundaries
- Providing accurate data to assist in mapmaking, construction projects, and civil engineering plans
- Researching and obtaining land records
- Presenting findings to residential clients, commercial builders, lawyers, and government agencies
- Reporting findings for legal deeds, leases, property sales, and court testimonies
A technician performs these services and delivers results in comprehensive reports. They may partner with architects, cartographers, regional planners, and civil engineers throughout the process.
Scalice Land Surveying Services in Suffolk County
Are you buying or selling a home? Do you need to check local regulations in order to obtain a building permit? Are you trying to avoid an encroachment dispute with your neighbor?
If the answer is yes, a Lindenhurst property surveyor can help. And Scalice is the NY land surveyor team to call. Our squad of qualified technicians serves residential and commercial property owners with fast and accurate land reports.
We define and locate property lines. If you are unsure of where your property ends and your neighbor’s land begins, a boundary survey can help.
Technicians outline a residential property, including its grading, lot coverage, topography, structures, and planned improvements. If you need a building permit in Long Island, you need to submit a site plan first.
Land Title Surveys
Our team ensures the property is clear of survey matter that can impact the property title. If you are refinancing or purchasing a commercial property, a title lender company may request an ALTA land title survey.
FEMA Elevation Certificates
We define a property’s lowest point of elevation and determine its flood risk. Insurance providers then use FEMA Elevation Certificates to establish flood insurance rates.
Our specialists use topographic surveys to locate a property’s surface features, natural elements, and elevations. If you want to expand your Suffolk County estate, you may need to schedule a topographic survey.
With so many different types of reports to choose from, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. But Scalice Land Surveying makes scheduling, receiving, and obtaining a land survey smooth and straightforward.
Step #1: Tell Us What You Need
Begin the process by calling (631) 957-2400 or completing our online form. A member of our sales team will reach out to provide more information on our land surveying services.
Step #2: Researchers Collect Necessary Data
Once you’re ready to roll, our exploration specialists get to work. We travel to local municipal buildings (like town halls, county centers, etc.) to secure up-to-date and detailed research for your project.
Step #3: Fieldwork Surveyors Get to Work
After the research phase, our certified fieldwork technicians begin to map out your project.
Land surveyors travel to specific locations to gather the data needed to outline accurate maps, reports, and boundary lines. Field techs often need to observe property evidence and perform a survey of the area in order to develop a comprehensive report.
If our land surveyors must access your property, we schedule a time and date that best accommodates your schedule. Our technicians arrive on time, always wear proper fieldwork gear, and are equipped with the necessary surveying tools.
Step #4: Quality Control Processes Reports
We have quality control agents who review all of our drafts. The team ensures the report is error-free, up-to-date, and includes all necessary details. Every draft must go through quality control before reaching the customer.
Step #5: Check Your Email
The last step of our process is getting the completed survey in your hands. We prefer to do this via email. Customers receive the finalized copy of their land survey delivered straight to their email inbox.
If you would like to receive your documents in a method other than email, let us know. We will work with you to best accommodate your preferences.
Why Choose Scalice Land Surveying?
If you need a property survey, trust your local Suffolk County experts to get the job done right. Whether you need a survey for real estate, civil engineering, or title insurance purposes, we can help.
Our company’s owner, Michael J. Scalice, is a New York native who understands the state’s laws, regulations, and geography. Partnering with our team means working with local land surveyors familiar with the region they work in.
Scalice is made up of efficient, experienced, and well-qualified survey professionals. Our customers continue to trust us due to our cost-effective pricing, quality surveying equipment, and responsive customer service.
Lindenhurst’s Land Survey Company Is One Phone Call Away
If you need a reputable land surveyor, our team is just one phone call away. Call our Lindenhurst office at (631) 957-2400 or complete our online contact form. Our sales team is ready to guide you through the land surveying process.