Call Us Today:
+91 91771 45456
Our location:
Nampally, Hyderabad
Open hours:
Mon - Sat 9 am - 7 pm
  • Land Survey

    Surveying is the technique and science of accurately determining the terrestrial or three-dimensional space position of points and the distances and angles between them.

  • GPS Survey

    The Global Positioning System is a satellite based navigation system developed by the United States Department of Defense. It is widely used for civilian navigation and positioning, surveying and scientific applications.

  • Topographical Survey

    A Topographic Survey is a survey that gathers data about the elevation of points on a piece of land and presents them as contour lines on a plot

  • Levelling Survey

    Levelling is a process of determining the height of one level relative to another. It is used in surveying to establish the elevation of a point relative to a datum

Why Reliable Surveyors?

Reliable Surveyors is committed to providing clients a variety of residential and commercial surveying services in a timely fashion at competitive rates. Our goal is the complete satisfaction of our customers. We are located in Nampally have been serving the entire state of Telangana for over three years. Property line staking, boundary surveys, Area surveys and expert witness testimony are just a few types of services we provide.

  • Land survey
  • Area Survey
  • Topographical survey
  • Boundary Survey
  • Grid & Contour Survey
  • Estimation of Earth Work Quantities
  • Leveling Survey
  • GPS Survey
  • Roads & Bridges Survey
  • CAD & GIS services
  • Hire of Survey Instruments (GPS & Total Station)
Read more

Our Services

Under the leadership of Mr. Layeeq Ahmed Khan, Reliable Surveyors continues to offer a wide array of surveying services for builders, homeowners, government entities and businesses throughout the state.

Frequently Asked Questions

Obtaining a survey ensures your protection in any real estate transaction. A survey discloses exactly what portion of property is being purchased and everything on that property. Every buyer should obtain a survey before a real estate transaction closes.

Sometimes, all you need are monuments at the corners of your property that are easy to find and that you can count on being in the correct place. If you are building a fence and want to be sure that the fence is on your property, then knowing where your corners are and that they are correct will help you accomplish that goal. Also, you may just be curious as to where your property corners are, not needing anything else but to have the corners located.
Sometimes our clients find themselves in a situation where a survey is holding up a project and the delay is very costly. In those situations, if you let us know about the nature of your problem, we will make every effort to meet your schedule, even if it means scrambling our schedule to do that. We can deliver surveys at a speed that may surprise you when we “pull out all the stops”.
No. Home owners are not needed to be home to complete a survey, if there is something specific you need shown on your survey you can tell us at the time of your order.
When the owner of a large parcel wants to divide that parcel into smaller lots, he hires a surveyor to help accomplish that. The surveyor prepares a drawing called a plat that shows the dimensions of the lots being created and numbers the lots and blocks in the plat. The plat is given a name such as “Green Acres” and is filed in the County records. Usually, the surveyor then marks the corners of the lot with monuments (usually iron pipe). In some instances those pipe are still in place, but because of construction activity, and other causes, the pipe are no longer in place. In some very old plats, the lot corners were never staked. Even if someone finds a monument near one of your property corners, it is not certain that the corner is correct.
Typically, we mark property corners by setting a wood lathe with flagging next to the actual iron pipe that represents your property corner. If we have found and verified an existing monument, we will have exposed the iron pipe by digging, and will have set the wood lathe next to it. If we set a new monument, we will have set an iron pipe flush with the ground with a plastic cap with our license number stamped on top, and will have set the wood lathe next to that.
When property is bought and sold, the property being sold is specified in writing on a deed that is filed in the county records. That specific language is known a legal description. The system we use for defining the location and boundaries of real estate is a little complicated and here is a brief explanation of the various types of legal descriptions:
Metes and Bounds: A metes and bounds description may sound something like this: “The North 500 feet of the West 500 feet of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 1, Township 117, Range 22, Hennepin County, Minnesota”. Because a metes and bounds description can be long and susceptible to mistakes, extra time and work is typically involved to perform a survey on this type of property.
Lot and Block: A lot and block description may sound something like this: “Lot 1, Block 3, Green Hills, Hennepin County, Minnesota”. A lot and block description is given to a specific lot located with a specific plat.
To accurately perform your survey we need to check into property corners throughout a block. A lot of times when the original block was laid out, it was done during a point in time when measuring was not as accurate as it is now. The result is that some blocks are longer or shorter than they are supposed to be. So, depending on how your property and your neighbor’s property measure, it affects everyone else’s property. Think of it as a big puzzle, and your property is just a piece in that puzzle.