River Valley Surveying - 3602 Woods Drive      Richmond, Indiana 47374
We are a Small Land Surveying Firm Serving East Central Indiana
Located in Richmond, Indiana, River Valley Surveying is a fully insured business that provides a comprehensive range of services in respect to both residential and commercial properties in East Central Indiana. Our work ethic, combined with our knowledge and experience means we are able to provide our clients with an affordable, reliable professional service, striving for excellence and providing the necessary expertise to complete any size project.
 
 
River Valley Surveying Advantage
When you hire River Valley Surveying, a Registered Professional Land Surveyor(PLS) will handle every aspect of your project from start to finish. Experienced Professional Surveyor is the driving force of our firm and the major component to our success. Our clients can trust that they will be represented with professionalism at all times.
 
 
Professional Land Surveying Services
 
  • Boundary Surveys
  • ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys
  • Mortgage Surveys
  • Easement Preparation
  • Topographical Surveys
  • FEMA Elevation Certificate Surveys
  • Land Division & Property Descriptions
  • Boundary Line Adjustments
  • Boundary Conflict Resolution
 
 
WHEN IS A SURVEY NEEDED?
It is a good idea to have a property survey:
  • When buying, selling, investing in or developing property
  • If a boundary location is unknown or unclear
  • Before improvements are made (buildings, fences, excavation, etc.
  • To stop encroachments from adjoining owners
  • To establish easements and rights of way
  • When recommended by a lending institution
  • When dividing a large tract of land into a smaller tract or tracts
 
Call us today for a FREE estimate! 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Office: 765-935-5172
 
Cell: 765-967-2801
 
 
 
Land Surveying as a Profession
Land Surveying is a proud profession with strong presidential ties; George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln were all land surveyors. In fact, surveyors are proud to say that “there are three surveyors and another guy on Mt. Rushmore.” Roosevelt was, unfortunately, never a member of the surveying profession.
 
 
  
           
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