More than 30 years serving our customers with professional integrity
A professional survey of your property from an experienced and reputable Hialeah Surveyor can save you time, frustration, and potential legal issues.
At Accurate Land Surveyors, Inc., we’ve been carrying out surveys for the residents and businesses of Hialeah and across South Florida for more than 30 years.
The company was founded by Robert L. Thompson. Robert was the official Broward County and Port Everglades Surveyor before establishing Accurate Land Surveyors, Inc in 1983.
He wanted to provide locals with surveying services while delivering an excellent level of customer service and efficiency.
With more than 100,000 surveys behind us, we have the data and experience to show we understand the needs and requirements of various land and water surveys better than anyone.
Delivering the highest standard of work and customer satisfaction has always remained our main priority. The fact that most of our business comes from word-of-mouth and referrals is a testament to this.
All of our technicians are equipped with state-of-the-art computer and communication systems and proprietary custom-designed software.
We assign a dedicated project manager to every job, and we’re happy to talk you through the process and answer any questions you have.
How a Hialeah Surveyor can help
Not sure if you need a Hialeah surveyor or which type of survey you need? Just give our offices a call and we’ll be happy to give you professional advice.
To give you a better idea, here are the most common reasons our surveying technicians are called out for by the residents and business owners of Hialeah.
When buying land or property, the only way to know exactly where the boundaries of your land are is to have a boundary survey performed.
We’ve worked with countless customers that were either misinformed or were simply not aware of where their boundaries were.
They ended up building or making an alteration on land that didn’t belong to them. This can cause some potentially costly legal issues and can be avoided by having a boundary survey carried out.
The same applies when selling land. An up-to-date survey will help reassure buyers of exactly what they’re buying.
A typical home is around $325,000 in Hialeah, FL. It’s the single biggest purchase most people will make in their lifetimes.
Most prospective homeowners require a mortgage or another form of finance to purchase a home. Most financial institutions will require a survey as a way to protect their investment and verify the property’s value.
It’s a normal part of the appraisal process and is actually a benefit to both the home buyer and the lender.
We have a lot of experience performing land surveys for lenders. Call us today and we will send out a Hialeah surveyor to produce the drawings your lender requires.
Before breaking ground and making changes to your land and property, you need to check you can lawfully go ahead.
We advise speaking with your local office first. They will tell you what you need to do to obtain planning permission and meet any other legal requirements.
Outside of planning permission, it also makes sense to have a survey performed so you know if you’re going to run into any construction issues.
Our technicians will be able to identify if there are any easements on your land. As well as identifying exactly where your boundaries are, and highlight any potential problems before construction starts.
Making structural changes or adding an addition is a great way to add more square footage to your home, and create more space for your family.
However, before you start construction, you need to make sure you’re aware of your boundaries. As well as checking for any potential issues underground, such as easements of utilities.
It’s a mistake we see too many property owners make. For the small cost of a survey, you can be assured you’re not going to run into costly legal or structural issues after construction starts.
Only a small percentage of Hialeah’s residents and properties are near water, but flood insurance is still something you need to consider.
When buying a property, you should always check if the property falls within a Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA). If it does, your insurance company will likely ask that you have a flood risk survey carried out.
This helps them evaluate their risk and provide adequate coverage so you can rest assured you’re legally covered against any flood damage.
Some of Our Surveying Services
At Accurate Land Surveyors, Inc, we provide a wide range of land and water surveying services. This includes construction layouts, platting, and sub-division.
Some of our most commonly requested surveying services are:
- Purchases and refinances – residential and commercial
- New construction, building additions, or remodels
- Flood insurance and LOMA or LOMR
- Docks, seawalls, and mean high water
- Property improvements – fences, pools, driveways, patios, and more
- Boundary surveys to settle boundary disputes
- Liquor licenses for businesses
Our technicians are experienced and use the latest state-of-the-art computer and communication systems and proprietary custom-designed software
We’re also willing to work with attorneys, construction companies, mortgage assessors, and other local professionals on your behalf.
Customer satisfaction is our main focus. Whatever your surveying needs are, we look forward to working with you.
How We Serve Hialeah
The city of Hialeah is located in Miami-Dade County. It’s the sixth-largest city in Florida, with a population of around 234,000.
We’ve been serving the residents and businesses of Hialeah for more than 30 years. We’ve built up a good deal of trust in this time, and enjoy being the surveying company of choice for so many of the locals.
Here at Accurate Land Surveyors, Inc we’re fully insured and licensed by The Department of Professional Regulations. We are also members of the Florida Society of Professional Land Surveyors.
Whatever your requirements are, contact us today for more information. Our representatives are happy to answer your questions, and we can send a Hialeah surveyor to your property to assess your needs.