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Mr. Ferris did an excellent job surveying my property in order to have the information needed to build a fence. He marked the corners of the property and midpoints and provided a map. Very reliable and easy to work with. I would highly recommend.
I requested a quote and Mr.Ferris was very quick to respond. I had to wait a couple of months for him to come out, since I did call at a busy time, but it was well worth it. Mr.Ferris's communication is excellent. I cannot tell you how nice it is to have someone call you back when they say they will. The survey was done quickly and professionally. I needed the survey for a fence. He found the two back markers, which were buried, he offered to mark off the middle of the property where the fence would start (to which I happily agreed to), and installed markers at the front of the property. Mr. Ferris was even kind enough to expedite the drawing so the fencing company could apply for a permit right away. He even called to tell me it had been mailed. It arrived right on time. He did all of this for an extremely reasonable price. Thank you, Mr. Ferris! I'll happily recommend you to anyone who needs a survey done
I got a quick response to my request for a quote. He was able to fit me in quickly just because things worked out. He was on site when he said he would be and finished in less time than he had estimated. When I explained why we were getting the survey done, he added a couple of extra markers to help with the work that was being done later. I requested information from 3 different surveyors. He was the first to respond. The second to respond directed me to the website where the pricing information did not match what was in the email that was sent. The third surveyor never responded. Definitely would recommend Ferris
I didn't need a formal survey, just wanted the property markers uncovered. Other surveyors I contacted didn't want to bother with such a small job, but Ferris Surveying agreed to come out on a day he was doing another job in the area. He stressed that there were no guarantees like you would get with a formal survey. He is honest and easy to work with. Charged a reasonable $100
Made an appointment a month in advance, contacted me at designated time, came out, got it done, quick, easy, and pain free. Cost was $520 - Much better price than competitors contacted. Highly recommend Ron Ferris!
A & J Insulation Inc
Noel was prompt in calling, coming to give a quote and getting the job done. The crew were a super nice bunch of guys that were very helpful in every way. Chris pointed out an issue in my roof that I would have never known about and also put up a roof tile for me that had fallen down without even asking. He was not here to do my roof but when he was on it doing my vents he went above and beyond to help me and let me know. They were all very conscious of my house and plants in my yard and cleaned up. Great price and I did get other quotes. Also Noel was more knowledgeable that the other companies I contacted and he offered solutions to my problems. Thanks Noel and Crew.. I really appreciate all of your hard work
Smooth as can be expected, rain off and on all day long, worked when he could and got out of the rain when he needed to. I didn't think he would finish, and I told him to reschedule, but he stuck it out until the job was completed.
Ron is a total professional, very good and thorough at what he does, and happy to explain to me what he was doing throughout the job.
We were very satisfied with him. We were happy with him. I don't know how he charged. He just gave us an estimate and we paid it. He was prompt. He did what he said. He seemed reliable. He explained everything. I didn't think the charge was too bad or anything. I would give him an excellent.
Ron and his wife did an excellent job and the price was as quoted. All questions were answered in "common" language and Ron took the time to explain everything. Very professional and would recommend to family friends and strangers! Keep up the excellent work! .
In 1977, A&J Insulation started and incorporated in Parma, OH. A&J Insulation specializes in the insulating of existing homes and have been providing these services to the residents of Cuyahoga, Lorain, Medina, and Lake Counties for the past 30 years.
5 employees. No subs. Charges by the job. No travel charges. Ask for Angie's list discount
"Jerry arrived on time to offer the quote. There was no pressure, but he offered us options from which we could select exactly what we wanted done. They air sealed bypasses, replaced existing baffles, vented two bath fans through the roof, and open blow the attics to a depth of 6". They took existing boards and screwed them to the joists. Then dammed the area that we wanted left for storage.
<br /> The workers arrived on time, were neat and professional answered any question we might have, instructed us on what they were going to do and later showed us what they had done. Extremely courteous. CLEANED UP the areas after they were finished. They only took about a 10 minute lunch and immediately got back to work.
<br /> There is no better rating I can give them, if there were they would get it.
<br /> Yes I would definitely use them and or recommend them to my friends.
I've been in the land surveying business since 1973, and created Capitol Survey Company in 1993. We pride ourselves in providing accurate survey work, and always complete the survey work in the quoted time frame. We are fully licensed by the Ohio State Board of Professional Engineers & Surveyors (renewed yearly), maintain professional liability insurance provided by Schinnerer/CNA, and our employees are covered by the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation.
"After getting Mr. Gugar's name from Angie's List, I called him about surveying my property. I described the lot size and location, and I asked for a ballpark cost to survey it. He said $500 to $600. He explained that he charges $100 an hour, and then there's also the cost of the research. I then asked whether I could get a better price if my neighbor, who owns the adjacent property, also had her property surveyed at the same time. Mr. Gugar said the two properties together would be less -- $700 to $850. After discussions with my neighbor, we told him to go ahead.
Mr. Gugar set an appointment for 9:00 a.m. on July 27. I drove over there to meet him, but he wasn't there. I called him about 9:25 a.m. and left a message. A few minutes past 9:30, a car marked "Capital Survey" pulled up, but it wasn't Mr. Gugar. It was someone named "Ron," who was there to do the survey. I was somewhat taken aback, as I was expecting Mr. Gugar, and I didn't know who this man was, or whether he was licensed. Nevertheless, I let him go ahead with the survey. After watching him begin his work, I left, as I was ill that day.
About 2:45 p.m. or so, I received a call from Ron, telling me that he was almost done with the survey. I drove back to the property, arriving about 3:15 p.m. Ron and his helper were finished and all packed up, ready to leave. Ron showed me where the line markers were. I noted that there was no mid-point marker on the rear line. Ron asked me for a check for $425.00, adding that Mr. Gugar had told him when he left this morning that he should collect $425 from each neighbor. I was again taken aback, because it seemed that Mr. Gugar was automatically charging the top figure from the range he had quoted me, without any consideration of the actual time it took. I told Ron that I would pay Mr. Gugar for the work after I received the survey papers.
On July 30, Mr. Gugar called me, said he had the survey papers ready, and could he come and collect his money? I agreed. When Mr. Gugar arrived at my home, I pointed out that a rear center pin had not been set, and I pointed out the actual hours worked: barely 5 hours. He said that he also charges drive time one way. Ron had told me it was 30 minutes, and I related that to Mr. Gugar. Mr. Gugar said he spent 5 hours on research, and he charges $50 an hour for that. By my reckoning, 5 1/2 hours at $100 an hour is $550, plus $250 for research, which equals $800 -- not the $850.00 that Mr. Gugar claimed he was owed. I gave him an opportunity to adjust his price, but he did not; and I paid him $425, my half of the total.
Twenty-five dollars may not seem like much to most people, but I am a senior citizen, a widow, and I have to watch my money carefully. Moreover, just by simple math, the bill should have been $800, not $850. I feel that I have been taken advantage of.
Privately Owned and operated since 1994. One Employee (me)
Fully Robotic and GPS enabled Equipment
All Work performed by Licensed Professional Surveyor
Member of The Professional Land Surveyors of Ohio
$750.00 Minimum Fee (Effective 2022/01/01)
2 to 3 Week turnaround time for Survey Report
"Mr. Green was very thorough and We were very pleased with the results. Our neighbors, at least the one with the dispute was also pleased. I am not aware of him being charged for the intervention, either, as the surveying of their properties was done in conjunction with mine. The neighbor on the other side was not very happy to find his property was smaller and threatened to get his own surveyor. Mr. Green was very polite, saying that was his prerogative, and that he would leave a copy of his finding for the neighbor to have checked out. I don't know that the neighbor ever did have things rechecked, but our fence was installed that year and is still standing in the same place today.
We are a family owned business with four employees. Payment is figure out by our company giving you a free quote on your property, from there we asses everything that needs to be done and give a price for the items. From there we have the property owner sign the price agreement and we take payment after the job is complete
John R. Hoy and Associates, Inc. is a well respected firm in Cleveland, Ohio. Established in 1963, we provide Land Planning, Surveying and Consulting services to Homeowners, School Boards, Churches, Hospitals, Universities, Conservation Groups and other commercial clients in the Northern Ohio area.
"Great. John returnd my initial call the same day. I explained that we were looking for a quick turn around on the the survey because we wanted to submit to the city for approval to complete the foundation of the addition before winter. We got on his schedule within a week of submitting the retainer (half of the total estimated cost). John worked with our designer and contacted the city directly to insure that the survey provided all the required information for approval. He took the extra step of e-mailing the City Engineer a draft of the survey proposal for comment before finalizing it. This saved us having to go back to him after submitting to the city for approval because the Engineer did make some changes. I submitted the plans to the City on Friday October 4th, 2013 and received approval on Wednesday the 9th. This never would have happend if John had not submitted the draft ahead of time. While the quote for services from John R. Hoy and Associates was not the cheapest I believe that the extra money was well worth it based on the quick approval from the city and the fact we are going to break gound before the end of the month. Thank you John.
Servicing Northeast Ohio with over 30 years of experience in Boundary surveys, Fence surveys, Topography, and Construction layout. Locally owned business with competitive pricing.
Flexible scheduling with quick turnaround.
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