The Importance of Surveying a Property Line
Although a land survey may seem tedious and unnecessary when doing some projects, in fact there are many cases in which they become valuable, cost saving tools. Recently one of our clients found out how important a survey can be. The client contacted us with concerns about a retaining wall that borders their property. They stated that the wall is crumbling, and client does not know who is responsible for repairs to the wall. LandTech was able to help! A crew went out and completed a boundary survey of the property, and also mapped the points of the retaining wall in question. After all of the information was compiled a map of the property was made showing all of the needed information. This in turn helped decide who was responsible for any new construction or repairs that were needed to happen with the wall.