Free Estimate Form

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If you would like to receive a free estimate from us for an upcoming project, please take a moment to fill out the following form below. We will get in touch with you within two business days after receiving your request.

Contact Information

Your Name *

Phone Number *

Email Address *

Property Information  Tip: The legal description of the property can be found on your tax bill. The more detailed information you can provide about your land and needs, the more accurately we will be able to prepare your estimate. If you have any questions, please contact us and we will be able to assist you.

Property Owner's Name

Property Address

Municipality (City / Town / Township)

Lot / Block

Concession Number / Registered Plan Number

Part of Plan  Tip: If the property is descried as All or Part of Lot on a Reference Plan, please provide Part and Plan Number (Example: Part 1 of Plan 66R-12345).

Reference Plan

Parcel Identification Number (P.I.N.)

Reason for Survey / Type of Survey Required  Tip: Please provide us with any additional information you think would help us. Information could include approximate lot size and dimensions, type of terrain, vegetation, etc.

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The cost of a survey depends on many factors, most of which cannot be exactly determined until the initial work has started. However, you should receive an estimate before any work has begun.

Determining factors are:

  • Terrain and Accessibility: Vegetation, forests, and uneven terrain would require more work than an open field.
  • Time of Year: Weather conditions can affect field visibility. Dense vegetation in summer often restricts the line of sight, while snow in the winter may conceal field evidence.
  • Size and Shape: An irregularly shaped land will require more survey points because it has more corners than a square one.
  • Field Evidence: Lack of survey evidence (ex. iron monuments, corner stones etc.) will make the survey more difficult.
  • Deeds: Having an inaccurate or vague description of your property, or having an unrecorded deed will complicate and delay the survey work.

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