Do you need a land survey in the Houston, TX metro area?

If you are in need of a residential or commercial land survey in the Houston, TX metro area, then you have come to the right place! is your source for land surveys in the Houston, TX Metro area. We have a fast response time, great prices, and a large coverage area for your convenience.

Our lot and block residential surveys start out at $350+tax and increase in price based on size, location and complexity of the survey.

We can privode you a land survey in the following area’s:

We provide Land Surveys to the entire Houston Metro Area, including:

Brazoria County Chambers County Fort Bend County Galveston County
Harris County Liberty County Matagorda County Montgomery County
San Jacinto County Waller County Wharton County
Available in the following cities in the counties listed above.

Alvin, TX Angleton, TX Arcola, TX Atascocita, TX Bacliff, TX Brazoria, TX Bellaire, TX Clear Lake, TX Crosby, TX Dickinson, TX Freeport, TX Fresno, TX Friendswood, TX Galveston, TX Houston, TX Hitchcock, TX Humble, TX Iowa Colony, TX Katy, TX Kemah, TX Kingwood, TX Lake Jackson La Marque, TX League City Manvel, TX Missouri City Pasadena, TX Pearland, TX Richmond, TX Rosenberg, TX Sante, Fe, TX San Leon, TX Spring, TX Sugar Land, TX Texas City, TX The Woodlands, TX West Columbia, TX

So feel free to contact us today to get your land survey or elevation certificate done by a fast, reliable company that has a track record of providing the highest quality service and the best product in the market!

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Hurricane season coming…Are you covered?

Hurricane season is coming to the Texas Gulf Coast area and no one knows if we will get a hurricane or a tropical storm. For those of you that remember Tropical Storm Allison, we can get a storm that will flood the city. As many of you may know, regular homeowners insurance will not cover flood damage. You have to get flood insurance.

The cost of flood insurance is determined by what is known as the base flood elevation mainly. The baseflood is a mark establised by FEMA as a mark at which the likelyhood of flooding is little to none. Basically, for flood insurance, you want your house to be at a certain level in comparison to sea level. For instance, if you are at 1 foot above sea level you would probably be more likely to get flooded than a house that is 100 feet above sea level.

The way to determine what your base flood elevation is to have a Registered Professional Land Surveyor (R.P.L.S.) complete an elevation certificate for you. An elevation certificate is a necessity when obtaining flood insurance. It could save a homeowner anywhere from $100 up to as much as $3000 on annual flood insurance.

Make sure you have an elevation certificate next time you get flood insurance, and make sure you contact PRO-SURV for help.

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