What qualities should I look for in a surveying company?
Choosing a land surveyor who is familiar with your locality is very important. In many cases, a local surveyor may have performed work in the area which will provide information not available through other sources. The surveyor should be able to provide you with a list of clients for whom similar work has been performed to allow you to check references.
What are your qualifications?
Our team at Flatirons, Inc. is experienced with many decades of land surveying and engineering experience. We have several registered professional land surveyors and engineers on our staff. You can read more of our qualifications here.
What is a land surveyor?
A Professional Land Surveyor (PLS) is a person who has the education, experience and has passed an examination for registration required by the laws of the state in which he is practicing.
Is Flatirons, Inc. limited to the Colorado Front Range?
No. We can practice in any state which we are licensed.
Where is Flatirons, Inc. licensed?
How do I request a service?
Give us a call at (303) 443-7001 to request an estimate. An Improvement Location Certificate is typically ordered by your lender or your title insurance company, but you can order it as well. For other types of surveys, you can call and explain your needs. Any documents you may have (title commitment, legal descriptions, old surveys, etc.) will help in beginning work on your property. A work order will be prepared describing the work to be performed. Any specific needs you may have, such as completion date or special requests, should be incorporated into the work order. The work order can also include an estimated cost, and may include an hourly rate schedule.
Where can I find more about the surveying questions I have?
See our frequently asked questions about our services.