Eagle Land Surveying, Inc.


Surveyor's with integrity

You can put your trust in Eagle Land Surveying, Inc.  We provide personal service and exceptional quality. We have more than 20 years of experience and have been in business for the over 7 years.  Our unparalleled service, competitive prices, and overall value are why our loyal customers won't go anywhere else. 

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What is a Professional Land Surveyor?

Per Colorado Revised Statutes 12-25-202(7):  “Professional Land Surveyor” means an individual who practices professional land surveying and who is currently registered with the board after demonstrating competency to practice, as defined by section 12-2 5-214.  Registration is earned through years of education and experience and successful completion of a series of licensing examinations.

What is a Land Survey?

A land survey is performed for the purpose of locating, describing, monumenting and mapping the boundaries and corners of a parcel of land. It may also include mapping of the topography of the parcel, and the location of buildings or other improvements upon the parcel.

What is a boundary? 

A boundary is any natural or artificial separation marking the border of two adjacent properties. A natural boundary is one existing in nature, such as a river; while an artificial boundary is one created by written conveyance such as the Public Land Survey System, Subdivisions or Deeds.

How are boundaries created?

Most boundaries are created by written documents (such as warranty or quit claim deeds) that contain specific descriptions.  Property rights may also be established by unwritten means such as long time physical occupation of land.  A Professional Land Surveyor will research these factors and how they affect the boundaries of your property.  With today's economy it's hard to know what you should be investing in. 

When should I have my land surveyed?

You should have your land surveyed:

  • Before you purchase it.  This will disclose the relationship between the lines of possession and the deeded property lines.  

  • A lending institution may require either a Land Survey Plat or an Improvement Location Certificate of your property when you borrow money on it. 

  • Whenever you believe there may be a conflict of use on your property.

  • Prior to dividing any parcel of land for sale.

  • The county or city that your property is located in may require a Land Survey prior to the construction of any structure or improvement on the property.

  • When you intend to sell any tract of land.

  • When your lawyer, architect, real estate agent or municipal planning or engineering office advises or requires it.

How do I authorize a land survey?

Explain why you want the survey. The surveyor can then advise you as to what standards and type of survey is required. You should furnish the Professional Land Surveyor with a description of the property along with all other information or documents that you may have regarding the parcel. These would include abstracts of title, title reports, previous survey reports and maps, and the location of any corner monuments.