Having a professional land survey done in Layton, Utah before buying a home can help you to protect your investment and ensure you’re getting the deal you thought you were with no surprises down the road.
A Land Survey: What Is It?
Diamond Land Surveying performs many different types of land surveys, both residential and commercial. For homebuyers, a land survey that legally displays the precise boundary of your property lines and shows the location of each structure on that property is vital for you to have for a variety of reasons.
Determining proper boundaries – Boundary lines are drawn to help ensure that each property owner has a clearly defined picture of their land. It’s vital to understand the location of the boundaries on your property so that you can do things with it such as build a pool or even simply put up a fence.
Resolving disputes – A land survey is one way to legally determine where a driveway, deck, shed, or fence can be built without encroaching on the property of your neighbor. Often, neighbors don’t have a realistic idea of where property lines are and that can lead to legal disputes. Having a current land survey from the start can help you settle disputes before they start.
Finding regulations – Neighborhoods often have new guidelines or change regulations and they can prevent you from making changes to your property. It’s good to know about these changes in advance, especially if you plan on adding on to your property.
How Diamond Land Surveying Can Help
Diamond Land Surveying serving customers in Layton, Utah and the surrounding areas of Salt Lake City, can help in a variety of ways when it comes to residential property.
In addition to Utah boundary surveys, we also offer the following services:
- Construction Staking
- Lot Consolidation Plat
- ALTA Surveys
- Easement Drafting
- Subdivision Survey
We also provide construction services such as:
- 3D laser Scanning
- As-Built Surveying
- Subdivision Surveying
Buying a home is an exciting prospect. However, it’s important to remember that you are not simply buying a home but also the land it sits upon. That’s why it’s important for you to know everything about that property, including any easements, property lines and any neighborhood changes since the last survey was completed.
Contact us today to learn more or to schedule your residential property survey now.