Whether you intend to purchase new land or plan to build onto your property, the importance of getting your North Sea home surveyed has never been greater. Understanding when a survey is beneficial and when a survey is required is the type of information Scalice is happy to provide.
The Surveying Services We Provide
- ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys
- Boundary Survey
- Civil Engineering
- Construction Layout
- FEMA Elevation Certificate
- Property Corners Staked
- Site Plan
- Topographic Survey
Residential Land Surveying in North Sea, NY
For homeowners in North Sea, problems with encroachment are rarely a problem. What most people need a land survey for is for additions like pools, pool houses, decks, gazebos, and other large-scale projects. At Scalice, we’re familiar with all of the local laws, rules, and statutes that dictate the specifications of these additions. The land survey we provide will give you precise guidance on how big you can make your pool house and how deep to make your pool, all while being in complete compliance with local, municipal, and state regulations. Due to North Sea’s elevation, your home may need an elevation certificate for flood insurance purposes.
A land survey protects you from legal issues. It tells you where and what size you’re permitted to make the additions to your beautiful home. Getting a land survey from Scalice guarantees you avoid the pitfalls of using an old land survey, or not one at all, and risk the expense of halting your building project halfway through, tearing it down, and starting over. Land surveys from Scalice save you time, money, and stress, all while protecting your investments.
Scalice Works with Title Companies
Title companies can protect property owners and themselves from serious legal infringement by insisting that all buyers obtain an updated land survey. Unfortunately, it’s too common that buyers don’t get a new survey done because it adds to the seemingly endless mound of bills. While getting a quality land survey by a licensed surveyor will add to the buyer’s expenses, it will spare them massive headaches in the future.
Using an outdated property survey presents a host of potential problems, such as disputes with neighbors over that fence you want to add that can erupt into serious and drawn-out legal battles. There are enough cautionary tales out there of property owners who used an outdated survey and thought they were in compliance when starting a home improvement project only to find that the municipal lines had changed. Give your clients peace of mind at closing that every step has been taken to avoid issues in the future by insisting on a new land survey.
Why Choose Scalice For Your North Sea, NY Property Surveying Needs?
At Scalice, we pride ourselves on the quality of work and outstanding customer service we provide. We know how much our clients count on us to provide accurate results in a timely manner and stand by every service we deliver. Furthermore, we have the best land surveying team in the state, use only the latest technology, and will answer your call on the first or second ring.