Property Boundary Surveys
From small residential house lots, to several hundred acre farms and wood lots, we have the experience and equipment to accurately and efficiently complete your survey. A complete boundary survey includes a research of public records for deeds and maps, a field survey to locate existing boundary evidence, analytical computations to determine boundary line location, detailed mapping, parcel descriptions, and placement of property markers. Contact us to discuss your specific survey needs.
Property Line Stake-Out
When installing a new shed or fence, it may be beneficial to first have the property corners and property lines marked out. We provide quick turn-around to our clients to keep their projects on schedule.
Subdivision and Land Development
A subdivision can be anything from dividing off a parcel of land to give to a family member to dividing a large acreage parcel into several lots to be sold. We can assist you through the various steps of the process: initial planning, lot sizing, local regulations, applications, planning and zoning board meetings.
FEMA Elevation Certificates & Letters of Map Amendment (LOMA)
If your house or commercial structure is in a FEMA flood zone, you may need an Elevation Certificate (EC). We are experienced providing ECs and LOMAs. As a FEMA approved eLOMA Professional, we can get a quick determination on your LOMA application. If you wish to learn more about ECs, flood insurance rate maps, LOMAs, and more, please click here to download our informational PDF.
Why Should I Hire a Land Surveyor?
It is important to consider the services of a licensed land surveyor if you are buying, selling, mortgaging or subdividing property, building a fence or other structure on your property. For further information visit the following great resources:
Why A Surveyor (NYSAPLS)
The Land Surveying Profession In New York State (ENYSLS)
What You Should Know About Land Surveyors and Their Services (NYS Office of the Professions)
What are your credentials?
Mr. William C. Darling has operated as a professionally licensed land surveyor in New York State for 42 years and is celebrating his 51st year working as a land surveyor. He has been an active member of the Eastern New York Society of Land Surveyors (ENYSLS), having held the office of Treasurer and Executive Vice President and having served as chairman of various committees.
Mr. William C. Darling Jr. became a New York State licensed land surveyor in 2015 and has over 20 years of land surveying experience. Mr. Darling is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University with a B.S. Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Both of us are members of the Eastern New York Society of Land Surveyors, the New York State Association of Professional Land Surveyors and the National Society of Professional Surveyors.
How much will my survey cost?
The cost to perform a boundary survey is dependent upon the time it takes to perform all of the tasks required to complete the survey. The complexity of the survey can be effected by the clarity of the deed descriptions, amount of physical evidence found in the field, accessibility to the property, the terrain and the size and shape of the parcel being surveyed. Contact us for a free quote for your specific survey needs.
Do you accept credit cards?
Yes. We now accept credit card payments. Credit card payments are processed securely through (a 3% surcharge will be added to all PayPal payments to cover processing fees).
What is your service area?
We service clients in New York's Capital District, including: Albany County, Columbia County, Rensselaer County, Saratoga County, Schenectady County, and Washington County.
Our primary service area is Rensselaer County where we have completed over 1,200 surveys. We have extensive experience in the Towns of Brunswick and Grafton, as well as Berlin, Hoosick, North Greenbush, Pittstown, Petersburg, Poestenkill, Rensselaer, and Troy.