Property Line Staking

It is often desirable for one or more boundary lines of a property to be physically marked. This may be due to the proposed installation of a fence or other improvements near the boundary, to settle disputes between adjoining property owners, or merely to clarify where the property line really lies. This can be especially important on property lines that are very long, or which traverse hilly or overgrown terrain. Generally, we place wooden stakes every 50 feet but can place them as far or as close together as the client desires.  It should be noted that we mark all property corners, set any corners that are missing, and verify the property line measurements match the recorded deed before we stake the lines.  This service does not include a survey map.  Customers who chose this option also chose to mark corners only or get a boundary survey.