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When you require a property survey, it is essential you turn to someone you can trust. After all, it is information that you need to make critical decisions about your property. At Alberta Geomatics Inc., we are commercial property surveyors in Fort Saskatchewan, Edmonton and surrounding areas. We have worked with commercial clients since 2004, to fulfil their requirements for land surveying. 

 We understand that every land survey requirement is different. For this reason, we believe in providing personalized survey solutions that meet every need. You can rely on us, whether you're involved in a boundary dispute or if you require a topographic survey.

Please contact our commercial property surveyors in Edmonton today!



We provide a variety of surveying services, including REAL PROPERTY REPORTS across Edmonton, for municipal and rural residential, commercial, and industrial properties. We are one of the most reliable and accurate property surveyors in Edmonton. We are focused on continuous growth and providing accurate assessment practices.

We can provide surveying services for many applications, such as:

  • Infill construction: Any infill construction project requires essential information throughout the building process.

  • New home construction: Information regarding drainage and utilities is essential before you undertake property construction on a piece of land.

  • Condo development: A land survey before condo development will help you adhere to the relevant regulations.

  • Subdivisions: The process of dividing land into smaller pieces requires an understanding of it.

  • Topographic surveys: Topographic surveys can reveal information about the natural and man-made features of a piece of land.

  • Real property reports: Real property reports are crucial for real estate transactions.

  • Property line marking: Boundary land surveys can help you demarcate your property's boundary lines.

  • Fence line/Lot corners: If you're concerned about marking fence lines, a land survey can give you the information you need.

  • Easements: Easement land surveys can come in handy when entities have easements on your property.

  • Rights-of-way: Surveys can reveal the boundaries of land ownership, helping you make important decisions.




In some scenarios, such as during the sale and purchase of property, land surveys are highly recommended. These have countless benefits, such as:

  • Boundaries: If you're unsure about the boundaries of your commercial property, a land survey is the answer. It will give you a complete picture so you can comply with the relevant regulations. This information comes in handy in countless situations, such as when you're planning to undertake construction.

  • Topography: Before you purchase a piece of land, it is crucial to understand its topographical elements. It can reveal structural issues, and give you an accurate representation of the land you're planning to buy.

  • Subdivision: When you're planning to subdivide a piece of property into lots, a survey is essential. It leads the land division process and represents how the land will be divided, regardless of the elements you're planning to add.

  • Valuation: The only way to get an accurate assessment of a land's value is to conduct a land survey. It can reveal problems, such as easements, and other factors that might potentially decrease its value. It is crucial to have a land survey, both as a buyer and seller.

  • Utilities: Often land has underground utilities such as electrical and water lines running under it. This knowledge is essential before you embark on any construction project on your piece of land.

  • Environmental issues: Sometimes a property has environmental issues that aren't immediately apparent. For instance, while it might look normal in the summer, it might experience flooding in the winter. These issues can affect the way you might want to use the property you're intending to buy.

These are only some of the many benefits of a land survey. Whatever your motivations behind getting a land survey might be, it gives you a complete picture. 



A surveyor and his authorized assistants may, using reasonable care, pass over, measure along and ascertain the bearings of any line or boundary, and for those purposes may pass over or through the land of any person, but the surveyor is liable for any damage the surveyor or his assistants’ cause.

(SA 2000 cS-29 s16)

If you are interested in learning more about land surveying or receiving a REAL PROPERTY REPORT for your Edmonton property, contact us today!




At our company, we prioritize your convenience. We help make the process of getting a land survey report as hassle-free as possible. Whether you're a homeowner or a commercial property owner, you can rely on our years of experience, cutting-edge technology, and excellent client services. We always go above and beyond to provide you with the best experience.

Please contact our land surveyor for projects in Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan and surrounding areas. You can find more valuable information on our blog.



Get in contact with the team of professional land surveyors at Alberta Geomatics today.

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