Boundary Surveys

Boundary Survey – A boundary survey is performed to establish or to re-establish a boundary line on the ground or to obtain data for constructing a map or plat showing a boundary line.

The first step for any boundary survey is researching land records, conducted at local, county and state agencies and offices for the purpose of locating deeds, plans, maps, wills and other documents that define the location and rights associated with a parcel of land. The next phase of a boundary survey involves a thorough field reconnaissance for the purpose of uncovering any boundary evidence, such as iron pipes or rods, monuments, walls, fences, etc. This data is measured and collected in the field and brought back to office for a thorough QC/QA procedure. Once all data has been analyzed, a final boundary survey plat is prepared, based upon the deed analysis.

Boundary survey services in Indiana with Scholle’s Land Surveying is more than just a set of accurate land measurements. Rather, it is a thorough retracing of the title, and analysis of the physical evidence of boundaries, completed according to state board requirements, established legal principles and local standards of care. It is a land investigation, which defines the location, dimensions and area of a parcel of land, along with all rights the parcel enjoys or to which it is subject.

Call Scholle’s Land Surveying at 812-663-6526 to get started with a boundary survey at your property today.