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John and Keith went beyond what I expected with my land survey. I explained over the telephone my needs and John walked me through the county mapping via internet to view the property and describe the work. They were in regular contact with me and completed the work quickly and at a fair price below the initial estimate.May 24, 2014
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Make sure that the person you'll be working with is a licensed surveyor. Ask for a copy of their license so you could check its authenticity. You can also check with the Better Business Bureau for any complaints against the company. Another important thing to remember is to hire someone whom you'll be comfortable working with. In order to determine this, meet with the land surveyor you're planning to hire. You'll be able to decide by the way he talks to you or answers your questions. Aside from seeing if you'll be comfortable around him, you'd also be able to measure how knowledgeable he is. Make sure that you thoroughly read and understand the contract before signing it. Read everything, especially the fine print. Also make sure that you'll get the services that you'll pay for, and that there are no hidden charges. Signing a contract makes you legally bounded to its terms, so make sure that you fully understand what you're signing up for. It's not really that hard hiring a land surveyor. Just remember to hire someone who is honest when it comes to doing the job so that you get the best bang for your buck.