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Land Surveying Services

Boundary Survey

Target Surveying provides fast high-quality Boundary Surveys for the entire State of Florida, at the most competitive prices in the industry.

A boundary survey determines the property lines of a parcel of land described in a deed. It will also indicate the extent of any easements or encroachments and may show the limitations imposed on the property by state or local regulations.

A boundary survey is strongly recommended before buying, subdividing, or building/improving on land. Surveying the parcel before these activities ensure that the expense and frustration of defending a lawsuit, moving a building, or resolving a boundary dispute can be avoided.

A boundary survey determines the property lines of a parcel of land described in a deed. It will also indicate the extent of any easements or encroachments and may show the limitations imposed on the property by state or local regulations.

A boundary survey is strongly recommended before buying, subdividing, or building/improving on land. Surveying the parcel before these activities ensure that the expense and frustration of defending a lawsuit, moving a building, or resolving a boundary dispute can be avoided.

Topographical/Architectural Survey

A topographic survey is very similar to that of a boundary survey and is usually essential for design purposes. Topographic surveys include elevations of the terrain to identify and map the contours of the ground either on the surface or slightly above or below the earth.

Topographic/Architectural Survey

Topographic surveys are one of the most detailed surveys, as it provides a plethora of useful information about the premises. It includes the location of the following natural and man-made features such as:

  • Buildings
  • Improvements
  • Fences
  • Elevations
  • Land contours
  • Outcrops
  • Trees
  • Streams, etc.

This type of survey may be required by a government agency or may be used by Engineers and/or Architects for the purpose of design for improvements/developments on a site.

  • Sewers and Storm lines are located and depths are physically measured by our survey crews.
  • Other surface utilities (i.e. valves, manholes)

Sidewalk entities located include:

  • Pedestrian ramps
  • Utility poles
  • Mailboxes
  • Street signs
  • Curb cuts
  • Water meters
  • Light Poles
  • Hydrants
  • Catch Basins
  • Overhead utility lines, etc.

Spot Elevations are taken inside the property and in the adjacent street at 25-foot or 50-foot intervals depending on property size. Major/Minor contour lines also used where applicable.

Façade Survey

A typical façade survey would consist of surveying the front, sides and back of a building and recording important structural details such as building lines, window openings, door openings, columns, trim detail, chimneys, etc. This information can highlight structural elements that would not be clearly visible from a floor plan.
By using our 3D Laser Scanner, we can easily measure the façade of a building with both accuracy and speed and enabling us to access areas that would otherwise be inaccessible.

SUBDIVISION/MERGERS/LOT LINE ADJUSTMENTS

Subdivisioning is the process of creating a new parcel of land out of a parent tract. Lot merging is the process of combining parcels of land into a larger tract of land. Lot line adjustments are any changes in the legal boundary between adjoining parcels of land.
The new lot lines are delineated by metes-and-bounds and are an important part of planning for development of the parcel. These are usually required if you are planning to:

  • Building a second building on land that you own by subdividing
  • Build a larger building by merging adjoining land
  • Develop a community from a larger parent tract by dividing the land into the
  • Adjusting a Lot line with your adjoining neighbor by way of a boundary line agreement

SURVEY REPORTS:

PROPERTY LINE STAKEOUTS

Property line stakeouts are done in order to place physical Mark at or near your property corners. This is typically done when your original Corner markers have been lost or there is uncertainty in a boundary line. Before any marking is done preliminary survey work is done and the data is analyzed in the office in order to retrace the boundaries using calculations and physical evidence documented in the field. Marking your property Corners can help you protect your investment in your property. These marks can then be used to build things such as fences and make sure that you do not encroach upon adjoining properties.

LEGAL DESCRIPTION

Legal Descriptions, or more commonly known as Deeds, are needed to convey the metes and bounds of a property in a verbal format. A recorded deed serves as a physical token to your title in a given property. The importance of having an accurate legal description for these purposes is invaluable. Only a licensed land surveyor is qualified to prepare a metes-and-bounds suitable for proper conveyance and description of land.