Coral Springs Surveyors: Premier Land Surveying
Do you live in Coral Springs, FL, and in need of a land or water survey? Our Coral Springs Surveyor technicians are ready to lend a hand!
For over 30 years, Accurate Land Surveyors, Inc, serves the residents and business owners across South Florida.
Founded in 1983 by Robert L. Thompson, a former official Broward County and Port Everglades Surveyor.
His aim in establishing ALS was to assist South Florida residents who need land, water, or other types of surveys.
To date, we’ve carried out more than 100,000 surveys across south Florida. Making Accurate Land Surveyors, Inc., one of the longest-serving and most trusted surveying companies in south Florida.
So, if you need a survey or have any questions, we welcome hearing from you.
REASONS WHY YOU MAY NEED A SURVEY PERFORMED
There are many reasons why residents and business owners in Coral Springs need surveys. Some of the most common reasons are:
FINANCING A HOME OR LAND PURCHASE
When purchasing a home through a bank or lender, the house and property needs surveying to validate the purchase price.
WHEN BUYING OR SELLING LAND OR PROPERTY
The most common requests for surveys we carry out are land, location, and boundary surveys for residents buying and selling properties.
We’ve heard from many residents that this has helped them avoid potentially costly neighborly disputes. This is always going to be more than worth the cost of a survey.
We have extensive experience carrying out flood risk surveys of all kinds across South Florida. Moreover, our technicians will draw up the plans for whatever type of survey your insurance company needs.
MAKING LANDSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS
If you have some land to work with, making improvements is a great way to add value to your property.
However, before making any changes to your land, we recommend giving our offices a call. There is a high likelihood that you will need a land survey to seek planning permission.
MAKING STRUCTURAL CHANGES/IMPROVEMENTS
If you want to make structural changes to your property, a survey will help you and your construction company with your planning. It can also help you visualize the new construction along with the topographic information.
A SUMMARY OF OUR SURVEYING SERVICES
Our experienced technicians have the latest in state-of-the-art computer & communication systems and custom-designed software.
A summary of the surveying services we provide are as follows:
- Purchases and refinances – residential and commercial
- FEMA Flood Certifications
- New construction, building additions, or remodels
- Property improvements – fences, pools, driveways, patios, and more
- Docks, seawalls, and mean high water
- Liquor licenses
- Topographic data
- Boundary disputes
Above all, we pride ourselves on establishing excellent communication from the start and over-delivering on every job. We’re proud to say that a lot of our business comes from repeat customers and word-of-mouth.
About Coral Springs
Coral Springs is a delightful city located in the northwestern corner of Broward County, Florida. Incorporated in 1963, this master-planned city has grown into a thriving community, enchanting with its family-friendly subtropical atmosphere.
Coral Springs is mostly low-lying land, interspersed with gently rolling hills. Its elevation ranges from 2 feet to 30 feet above sea level, an important point to bear in mind while conducting land surveys. What makes this location interesting from a land-surveying perspective is its adherence to strict building and zoning codes, designed to maintain its aesthetic appeal. Unique zoning laws and a stringent construction code ensure that the look and feel of the city is carefully preserved, emphasizing the quality living environment residents enjoy.
The city exhibits a platted grid system, which simplifies some aspects of surveying work, especially where property boundary surveys are concerned. However, due to a multitude of canals and waterways crafted for flood control, precise surveying methodologies are necessary, especially when it comes to FEMA flood certification surveys. These natural and man-made features combined with the subtropical climate pose unique challenges to land surveyors, but also make the profession an exciting and rewarding adventure in Coral Springs.