XYZ Land Surveying
Professional Surveying Services
573-803-7505
Why Get a Survey? By getting your property surveyed this will determine several important things about the land you own. 1.  Your boundary lines,  this is the most common reason for a survey.  These lines determine possession or lines of occupancy.   It is important before you install a property line fence have a survey done to make sure you are not encroaching on your neighbors land. 2.  Right-of-ways, easements and even abandoned roads.  These are conditions that may be imposed by law reflected in your title report.  Your property my block your neighbors access to the road, an easement gives them the right to cross your property to get to the road. 3. Joint Driveways, overhangs, encroachments, projections, party walls.  With this information you may have an obligation to support your neighbors driveway by maintaining your own driveway. 4.  Existing improvements or future improvements.  Your surveyor can certify that all buildings and improvements and alterations are not in violation of laws or other restrictions  such as height frontage, dimensions, parking, building lines or bulk. 5. Utilities.  Your surveyor can show the location of  underground cables and drains as provided by the utility companies.  They will also have access to information about property upkeep such as how tall your trees can grow or where you can dig. 6.  Cemeteries,  There may be a possibility of an old family burial ground on your property that you are not aware of, the survey will show the exact location of any old cemetery plots. 7.  Zoning Classifications. Surveys will let you know if your  property is zoned for business or residential, this will tell how you may utilize your property.  There may be restrictions on operating a business from a residential zoned property. 
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XYZ Land Surveying
Professional Surveying Services
Why Get a Survey? By getting your property surveyed this will determine several important things about the land you own. 1.  Your boundary lines,  this is the most common reason for a survey.  These lines determine possession or lines of occupancy.   It is important before you install a property line fence have a survey done to make sure you are not encroaching on your neighbors land. 2.  Right-of-ways, easements and even abandoned roads.  These are conditions that may be imposed by law reflected in your title report.  Your property my block your neighbors access to the road, an easement gives them the right to cross your property to get to the road. 3. Joint Driveways, overhangs, encroachments, projections, party walls.  With this information you may have an obligation to support your neighbors driveway by maintaining your own driveway. 4.  Existing improvements or future improvements.  Your surveyor can certify that all buildings and improvements and alterations are not in violation of laws or other restrictions  such as height frontage, dimensions, parking, building lines or bulk. 5. Utilities.  Your surveyor can show the location of  underground cables and drains as provided by the utility companies.  They will also have access to information about property upkeep such as how tall your trees can grow or where you can dig. 6.  Cemeteries,  There may be a possibility of an old family burial ground on your property that you are not aware of, the survey will show the exact location of any old cemetery plots. 7.  Zoning Classifications. Surveys will let you know if your  property is zoned for business or residential, this will tell how you may utilize your property.  There may be restrictions on operating a business from a residential zoned property. 
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