When Do You Need a Survey?
Building a house? Learn more >
Buying or selling a home? Or refinancing a mortgage? Learn more >
Building a fence? Learn more >
Thinking about improvements to your property? Learn more >
Wondering where your property begins or ends? Learn more >
Dividing property through a severance? Learn more >
Building a subdivision? Learn more >
Involved in a boundary dispute, or litigation regarding a boundary? Learn more >
SURVEYING DONE IN ORILLIA
Dearden and Stanton Limited is a Consulting Engineering and Cadastral Surveying firm in Orillia, providing professional services since its incorporation in 1964. As land surveyors in Ontario, our firm is licensed with the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors, the Association of Canada Land Surveyors, the Professional Surveyors of Canada and is registered with the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario, the Consulting Engineers of Ontario and the American Water Works Association. From our office in Orillia we serve Simcoe County, Muskoka, Parry Sound, Haliburton and our corporate clients throughout Ontario. Our work force consists of four professionals with support staff.
The Engineering Division of Dearden and Stanton Limited has been in professional practice since the firm’s inception in 1964 and has completed hundreds of projects, both large and small, in the Central Ontario region. Engineering services provided include all facets of Municipal design, storm water management, construction layout and supervision, service testing and performance certification. Associated services include preparation of tender documents and full-term project management. The company’s Surveying Department has been active since 1964 and maintains records of various cadastral surveyors dating back to 1877.
Our firm prides itself on keeping up with the most current technological advances in the industry. We are able to combine computerized and GPS based data acquisition with customized CAD capabilities, to provide our clients with cost and time efficiency.
We use state-of-the-art equipment and perform our surveys accurately with precise attention to detail.
Plans are presented in a format that is easy to read.
Our team is committed to providing you with surveying services that will satisfy all your requirements.
By Ontario law, only surveys that are signed by a licensed Ontario Land Surveyor are considered legal. As Ontario Land Surveyors, we can provide professional opinions for a wide variety of situations and purposes. We will examine documentation and evidence on both the subject land(s) and adjoining land(s). Also, we carry out a thorough field investigation to find the best available evidence of any boundaries, corners and, in accordance with Statute and Case Law, give priority to all evidence.
Your house and the property it sits on are most likely your largest assets. Because of that, you should know as much as you can about the land you’re investing in. A licensed surveyor can legally define the land you have purchased through a Surveyor’s Real Property Report (SRPR). If you’re about to close on the deal, a SRPR can be extremely helpful in defining your property, which could save potential headaches and overall, protect your investment.
Your surveyor can be an expert witness in court for cases involving a dispute. As a surveyor, they will assume full responsibility for the accuracy of your survey. The total cost of a survey is miniscule when compared to the total investment. In other words, it’s a small price to pay to have peace of mind for your investment going forward. At Dearden and Stanton Limited, we understand that the needs of each of our clients are different, and we take pride in providing the best possible service.