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Are you not sure why you need a land surveyor? Alberta Geomatics has been providing residential and commercial surveying services in Edmonton and the surrounding area for over 13 years. We can accurately determine the actual property lines and corners of your piece of land. Land surveying is the first step of any construction project when you’re planning on buying or selling property, developing land or expanding your property. If you have any questions, contact us. We’d love to help.


Alberta Geomatics has put together some interesting information and facts for you to learn more about land surveillance. Check this page regularly as we add more posts.

  • land survey in progress
    16/09/2020 0 Comments
    What Type of Land Survey Do I Need?

    Whether you are purchasing or selling property or applying for building permits, a land survey is a crucial part of the process. It helps you determine the proper boundaries, gives you information that is necessary for planning and construction, and also helps avoid legal issues regarding the occupancy of your land. Read our blog to learn more about land surveying and why it is important

     
    Land surveying is divided into different types to meet specific requirements. However, this means that sometimes more than one type of survey will be necessary. It also means that one should be fairly knowledgeable about choosing the right survey. Alberta Geomatics Inc. has been providing land surveying services in Edmonton for over 16 years. In this blog, we have outlined the procedures of a few important types of land surveys and under what requirements they are useful.  

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  • house building with survey report
    09/09/2020 0 Comments
    Understanding Condominium Surveys

    The ease of owning and managing a condominium has made it a very popular choice among house hunters. An important part of the process of buying, selling, or building a condominium is the condominium survey report. It is essential for all the legal processes or paperwork, such as applying for building permits. The survey delineates the limits of ownership, both for each unit and also the shared ownership within the condominium association. It also states if the construction is a new one or the conversion of an existing building. Condominium surveys are governed by the Condominium Property Act and indicate the actual field measurements and dimensions. So, if you are planning to buy a condominium, a survey report helps you verify the allocated spaces. You can even check whether common elements, such as roof decks, are marked in the condominium plan as a common space or as an assigned space. Our team of land surveyors at Alberta Geomatics has been providing condominium surveys and real property reports for over 16 years.

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  • land surveying
    26/02/2020 0 Comments
    Land surveying: what it is and why it’s important

    Whether you know it or not, you’ve likely come across a land surveyor before. You probably spotted him or her stationed at the side of the road somewhere, wearing a bright safety vest and hardhat and peering through a fancy device atop a tripod. But if you’re like most people, you don’t know exactly what a land surveyor does. To get an idea of what’s involved, keep reading.

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  • preparation of a real property report
    11/09/2019 0 Comments
    Why It’s Important to Get a Real Property Report

    Are you planning to buy a property in Edmonton or anywhere in Alberta? If so, you need an important document from the seller, called a real property report (RPR). This can identify and resolve problems; it shows the exact locations and dimensions in relation to their boundaries.

    At Alberta Geomatics Inc., we survey and provide the exact valuations of our clients’ properties. In this blog post, we have explained why it is important to get an RPR for prospective land buyers in Alberta.

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  • Land surveyor Edmonton
    18/02/2019 0 Comments
    Land Surveying and Why It’s Important

    Whether you know it or not, you’ve likely come across a land surveyor before. You probably spotted them stationed at the side of the road somewhere, wearing a bright safety vest and hardhat and peering through a fancy device atop a tripod. But if you’re like most people, you don’t know exactly what a land surveyor does. To get an idea of what’s involved, keep reading.


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