Most property owners have only a vague and general idea where the property they own begins and ends. That’s usually fine until there is a dispute regarding boundary lines. It is of critical importance that you know exactly where your property ends and a neighbor’s begins before building a fence, adding an addition or garage, cutting trees or paving a driveway. A professional survey performed by a licensed land surveyor in Nova Scotia will identify the exact dimensions of your property and also let you know whether the legal description of your property that was provided to you when the property was purchased is accurate.
It is a good idea to settle property description issues or disagreements before they become larger problems. There are various types of surveying services available to address different concerns in addition to boundary lines, including zoning and land use, topographical features, easements, encroachments, rights-of-way and site design for new construction.
You can count on Longstaff-Parker-Wamboldt Surveys Inc for timely land surveying services in Nova Scotia at a competitive price. Contact us today to learn more or to schedule a free estimate and no-obligation consultation.