Stewart & Neece provides the land surveys you need. Our comprehensive services include:
FEMA Elevations Certificates
Subdivision Surveying, Planning, and Staking
This service includes retention systems, water and sewer lines, and storm water drainage, as well as curb, gutter and street staking.
A lot survey is a parcel of land in a recorded subdivision. Corners will be marked in accordance with state standards. The owner will receive a drawing showing corners set and found and improvements located if needed.
A boundary survey is described as a metes and bounds survey. This type of survey requires extensive research of adjoining deeds, original government surveys, and existing documentation. The owner will receive a drawing showing corners set and found and improvements located if needed.
This type of survey divides larger parcels of land into smaller parcels. A subdivision is required to be filed with the county and must meet all local and state requirements.
This type of survey is a graphical depiction of the physical features of the property. This can include all natural and artificial components, such as contour lines and utility locations.
This type of survey may be required according to local agencies and building codes. A drawing is produced for obtaining a building permit and to ensure there are not set back or sideline violations.
Cautions for Land Owners
In order to get the most out of a surveyor, contact us well before the survey is needed. Do not replace a survey monument with a post. Set the post beside the monument. Do not move, remove, or replace a survey monument. Removing or disturbing a survey monument is punishable under state law.
ALTA Land Title Surveys
This survey is the most detailed and time-consuming survey available. It covers all improvements, which may also include utilities and services, and it is mainly used for commercial tracts.
A foundation survey is a location of the footings of a building. This type of survey is to make sure the building will be located properly on the lot and to satisfy requirements for construction lending.
FEMA Flood Elevation Certificates
An elevation certificates will determine if your property is located in the flood zone. This certificate is used for insurance and the Federal FEMA Flood Program