Property Surveys NY - Empire State Layout - NY Property Surveyors
Property Surveying in NYC, Manhattan, The Boroughs, Nassau County, Suffolk County, Long Island, and the Surrounding Area
Empire State Layout is a premier property surveying company, with more than 50 years combined experience sketching and mapping land placements, boundaries, property lines, roadways, walls, gas lines, creeks and other important property features.
Our property surveys are mapped to perfection with detailed lines, contours and boundaries, so there is never a question about ownership. We employ only the most up-to-date equipment along with a highly knowledgeable staff who is equipped at meeting urgent deadlines.
What is a Property Survey?
A property survey provides a detailed sketch or map of a specific property, highlighting its boundaries, physical features, and in some cases, topographical features such as soil thickness and elevation as well as the location of houses and other structures. A property survey is used to create a permanent record of the given property's perimeter lines and placement and can be performed on undeveloped land, commercial property and residential property.
- Residential Surveys
- A residential survey is commonly used to illustrate the location of the residence as well as its relation and orientation to other large structures on the land. Occasionally, a more detailed survey is needed, in which case our land surveyors will also illustrate property lines, boundaries and easements as part of the survey.
- Commercial Surveys
- During a commercial property survey, NY property land surveyors illustrate the location of structures and buildings with a primary focus on displaying zoning boundaries to give business owners an idea of where their operations fit within a particular zone. Easements are also clearly marked to help business owners fulfill city requirements.
- Vacant Land Surveys
- A vacant land survey clearly defines its easements and boundaries. In addition, our surveyors will also note pre-existing land rights as to how the land can be used. For example, many woodlands include land rights that permit naturalists to use the resources.