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The Importance of Surveying a Property Line

Although a land survey may seem tedious and unnecessary when doing some projects, in fact there are many cases in which they become valuable, cost saving tools.  Recently one of our clients found out how important a survey can be.  The client contacted us with concerns about a retaining wall that borders their property.  They stated that the wall is crumbling, and client does not know who is responsible for repairs to the wall.  LandTech was able to help!  A crew went out and completed a boundary survey of the property, and also mapped the points of the retaining wall in question. After all of the information was compiled a map of the property was made showing all of the needed information. This in turn helped decide who was responsible for any new construction or repairs that were needed to happen with the wall.

 

Elevation Certificate in South Milwaukee, WI

Land Tech Surveying, LLC, just recently finished an Elevation Certificate for a land owner in South Milwaukee, Wisconsin in Milwaukee County. The owner was in the process of refinancing their home and were required to purchase flood insurance for the first time.    The clients house is shown within the Zone A flood limits, meaning that there is no base flood elevation determined for that floodway.    We were able to fill out the LOMC application and submit the needed information to FEMA, so that they are able to make a determination as to whether or not the structure is within the floodway.

FEMA came out with new flood maps in 2008 for most of Southeastern Wisconsin which shows an expanded range of floodways.   This has affected thousands of homeowners, which are now required to purchase flood insurance for the first time or at a higher rate than before.

Land Tech completes numerous elevation certificates  year after year, and has helped many land owners either lower their flood insurance or completely rid themselves of having to purchase flood insurance by filing a LOMA with FEMA.  In return, they will save thousands of dollars over the years to come.

Land Tech Surveying, LLC, will help those who feel they are paying for flood insurance unjustly, or would like to have their home rated for flood insurance.  Having been through the process many of times, we understand the frustrations and complexities this process may entail.  Put our experience to the test as we have successfully helped many of our clients save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars a year.  Let Land Tech fill out an Elevation Certificate or a LOMA, and let us handle this difficult process with FEMA to lower your flood insurance.

If you are looking for a land surveyor in Milwaukee County or Southeastern Wisconsin, give Land Tech a call at 262-367-7599. You can also checkout our website at www.wisconsinsurveys.com or email us at landtechsurveying@gmail.com

Sincerely,

John Downing, PLS

Elevation Certificate in Glendale, WI

Land Tech Surveying, LLC, just recently finished an Elevation Certificate and a LOMA for a land owner in Glendale, Wisconsin in Milwaukee County. The owner was in the process of refinancing their home and were required to purchase flood insurance for the first time.    Land Tech was able to help this property owner prove that their house was located outside of the 100-year flood elevation, therefore not being required to purchase flood insurance.  

FEMA came out with new flood maps in 2008 for most of Southeastern Wisconsin which shows an expanded range of floodways.   This has affected thousands of homeowners, which are now required to purchase flood insurance for the first time or at a higher rate than before.

Land Tech completes numerous elevation certificates  year after year, and has helped many land owners either lower their flood insurance or completely rid themselves of having to purchase flood insurance by filing a LOMA with FEMA.  In return, they will save thousands of dollars over the years to come.

Land Tech Surveying, LLC, will help those who feel they are paying for flood insurance unjustly, or would like to have their home rated for flood insurance.  Having been through the process many of times, we understand the frustrations and complexities this process may entail.  Put our experience to the test as we have successfully helped many of our clients save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars a year.  Let Land Tech fill out an Elevation Certificate or a LOMA, and let us handle this difficult process with FEMA to lower your flood insurance.

If you are looking for a land surveyor in Milwaukee County or Southeastern Wisconsin, give Land Tech a call at 262-367-7599. You can also checkout our website at www.wisconsinsurveys.com or email us at landtechsurveying@gmail.com

Sincerely,

John Downing, PLS

Pewaukee Elevation Certificate

Land Tech Surveying, LLC, just recently finished an Elevation Certificate for a land owner in Pewaukee, Wisconsin in  Waukesha County. The owner was in the process of refinancing their home and were required to purchase flood insurance for the first time.    Unfortunately for the home owner, the lowest adjacent grade of the house was just below the base flood elevation computed by FEMA.  The Elevation Certificate can now be used to properly rate the property for flood insurance.

FEMA came out with new flood maps in 2008 for most of Southeastern Wisconsin which shows an expanded range of floodways.   This has affected thousands of homeowners, which are now required to purchase flood insurance for the first time or at a higher rate than before. Land Tech completes numerous elevation certificates  year after year, and has helped many land owners either lower their flood insurance or completely rid themselves of having to purchase flood insurance by filing a LOMA with FEMA.  In return, they will save thousands of dollars over the years to come.

Land Tech Surveying, LLC, can help those who feel they are paying for flood insurance unjustly, or would like to have their home rated for flood insurance.  Having been through the process many of times, we understand the frustrations and complexities this process may entail.  Put our experience to the test as we have successfully helped many of our clients save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars a year.  Let Land Tech fill out an Elevation Certificate or a LOMA, and let us handle this difficult process with FEMA to lower your flood insurance.

If you are looking for a land surveyor in Waukesha County or Southeastern Wisconsin, give Land Tech a call at 262-367-7599. You can also checkout our website at www.wisconsinsurveys.com or email us at john@landtechwi.com

Sincerely,

John Downing, PLS

Elevation Certificate in Sussex, Wisconsin

 

Land Tech Surveying, LLC, just recently finished an Elevation Certificate and a LOMA for a land owner in Sussex, Wisconsin in Waukesha County. They are in the process of refinancing their home and were required to purchase flood insurance for the first time. FEMA came out with new flood maps in recent years for most of Southeastern Wisconsin which shows an expanded range of floodways. This has affected thousands of homeowners, which are now required to purchase flood insurance for the first time or at a higher rate than before.

Land Tech has completed numerous elevation certificates over the years, and has helped many land owners either lower their flood insurance or completely get rid of their flood insurance requirements. In return, they will save thousands of dollars over the years to come.

Land Tech Surveying, LLC, can help those in need of an elevation certificate. Having been through the process many of times, we understand the frustrations and complexities this process may entail. Put our experience to the test as we have successfully helped many of our clients save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars a year. Let Land Tech fill out an Elevation Certificate or a LOMA, and let us handle this difficult process with FEMA to possibly lower your flood insurance costs.

If you are looking for a land surveyor in Waukesha County or Southeastern Wisconsin, give Land Tech a call at 262-367-7599. You can also check out our website at www.wisconsinsurveys.com or email us at landtechsurveying@gmail.com

What areas of Wisconsin do you service?

Southeastern Wisconsin (Waukesha County, Milwaukee County, Washington County, Ozaukee County, Dodge County, Jefferson County, Walworth County, Racine County and Kenosha County) is our main service area.  We also do work throughout the rest of the State of Wisconsin.

Waukesha County: Brookfield, Delafield, Muskego, New Berlin, Oconomowoc, Pewaukee, Chenequa, Waukesha, Dousman, Eagle, Elm Grove, Hartland, Lannon, Menomonee Falls, Merton, Mukwonago, Nashotah, North Prairie, Oconomowoc Lake, Sussex, Wales, Genesee, Lisbon, Ottawa, Summit, & Vernon

Milwaukee County: Milwaukee, Cudahy, Franklin, Glendale, Greenfield, Oak Creek, St. Francis, South Milwaukee, Wauwatosa, West Allis, Bayside, Brown Deer, Fox Point, Greendale, Hales Corners, River Hills, Shorewood, West Milwaukee, & Whitefish Bay

Washington County: Hartford, West Bend, Germantown, Jackson, Kewaskum, Newburg, Richfield, Slinger, Addison, Barton, Erin, Farmington, Polk, Trenton, & Wayne

Ozaukee County: Cedarburg, Mequon, Port Washington, Bayside, Belgium, Fredonia, Grafton, Newburg, Saukville, & Thiensville

Racine County: Racine, Burlington, Caledonia, Elmwood Park, Mount Pleasant, Rochester, Sturtevant, Union Grove, Waterford, Wind Point, Dover, Norway, Raymond, & Yorkville

Walworth County: Walworth, Burlington, Delavan, Elkhorn, Lake Geneva, Whitewater, Darien, East Troy, Fontana-on-Geneva Lake, Genoa City, Mukwonago, Sharon, Williams Bay, Bloomfield, Geneva, La Grange, Linn, & Richmond

Kenosha County: Kenosha, Paddock Lake, Pleasant Prairie, Silver Lake, Twin Lakes, Genoa City, Brighton, Bristol, Paris, Randall, Salem, Somers, & Wheatland

How long does a land survey take?

Simply put, we will meet your deadline. You tell us the date you need the survey and we will deliver it to you by that date. If we can not meet your deadline, we will recommend you to another company that may be able to help you. Land Tech has never committed to a project and not met the agreed upon deadline.

When is a survey necessary?

Prior to purchasing land, Prior to installing a fence, building a house, or other type of construction, Prior to dividing land into smaller parcels, When you sell a piece of land that has not been previously surveyed, To verify the amount of land assessed for taxes, When you think there is an encroachment on your land, For design and development purposes, & For peace of mind.

Kewaskum Elevation Certificate

Land Tech Surveying, LLC, just recently finished an Elevation Certificate and for a land owner in Kewaskum, in Washington County, Wisconsin.  The owner was in the process of refinancing their business property and were required to purchase flood insurance.    Land Tech was able to help this property owner by filling out an elevation certificate so that the property could be properly rated for flood insurance.  

FEMA came out with new flood maps in 2008 for most of Southeastern Wisconsin which shows an expanded range of floodways.   This has affected thousands of homeowners, which are now required to purchase flood insurance for the first time or at a higher rate than before.

Land Tech completes numerous elevation certificates  year after year, and has helped many land owners either lower their flood insurance or completely rid themselves of having to purchase flood insurance by filing a LOMA with FEMA.  In return, they will save thousands of dollars over the years to come.

Land Tech Surveying, LLC, will help those who feel they are paying for flood insurance unjustly, or would like to have their home rated for flood insurance.  Having been through the process many of times, we understand the frustrations and complexities this process may entail.  Put our experience to the test as we have successfully helped many of our clients save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars a year.  Let Land Tech fill out an Elevation Certificate or a LOMA, and let us handle this difficult process with FEMA to lower your flood insurance.

If you are looking for a land surveyor in Washington County or Southeastern Wisconsin, give Land Tech a call at 262-367-7599. You can also checkout our website at www.wisconsinsurveys.com or email us at landtechsurveying@gmail.com

Sincerely,

John Downing, RLS

Milwaukee Elevation Certificate

Land Tech Surveying, LLC, just recently finished an Elevation Certificate and filed a LOMA  with FEMA for a land owner in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in Milwaukee County. The owner was in the process of refinancing their home and were required to purchase flood insurance for the first time.    Land Tech was able to help this property owner prove that their house was located outside of the 100-year flood elevation, therefore not being required to purchase flood insurance.  

FEMA came out with new flood maps in 2008 for most of Southeastern Wisconsin which shows an expanded range of floodways.   This has affected thousands of homeowners, which are now required to purchase flood insurance for the first time or at a higher rate than before.

Land Tech completes numerous elevation certificates  year after year, and has helped many land owners either lower their flood insurance or completely rid themselves of having to purchase flood insurance by filing a LOMA with FEMA.  In return, they will save thousands of dollars over the years to come.

Land Tech Surveying, LLC, will help those who feel they are paying for flood insurance unjustly, or would like to have their home rated for flood insurance.  Having been through the process many of times, we understand the frustrations and complexities this process may entail.  Put our experience to the test as we have successfully helped many of our clients save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars a year.  Let Land Tech fill out an Elevation Certificate or a LOMA, and let us handle this difficult process with FEMA to lower your flood insurance.

If you are looking for a land surveyor in Milwaukee County or Southeastern Wisconsin, give Land Tech a call at 262-367-7599. You can also checkout our website at www.wisconsinsurveys.com or email us at landtechsurveying@gmail.com

Sincerely,

John Downing, RLS