Residential Applications Of Land Surveys

Posted on: 23 September 2020

If you own a residential property, there will be times when a land survey is required. This process determines three-dimensional positions of points and it can be used to help you as a property owner in the following ways. Handle Disputes With Nearby Neighbors You've probably seen movies and television shows that involve disputes between two neighbors. One may wish to build something, but the other thinks they're encroaching upon their property.
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What Are Some Of The Jobs That Civil Excavation Services Do So That Road Work Can Be Performed?

Posted on: 21 September 2020

In many cases, before various types of work can be done, an excavation service has to come out to perform pre-work so that they can get the site ready. This is even true when road work needs to be done. Of course, the types of excavation work that will have to be done before a road can be installed or changed will depend on the land where the road is being built.
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3 Good Reasons To Trust A Pro For Roof Replacement For Your Off-Grid Home

Posted on: 15 September 2020

Your off-grid home is likely your livelihood, but just like any other home, some components may have to be replaced at some point. The roof is a prime example. Here are a couple of good reasons to trust a professional for roof replacement.  You may have special features that have to be worked around.  Off-grid homes are a bit more likely to have special or unique features that are mounted on the roof.
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Adding An Outdoor Court To Your Yard

Posted on: 10 September 2020

An outdoor court can be an excellent investment to make in your property if you are athletically inclined. These courts can allow you to enjoy some of your favorite types of sports without the need to use crowded public courts or parks. While adding one of these courts can seem like it will be little more than paving a section of the property, there is far more that will need to go into this upgrade.
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