Certified Site Plans
A certified site plan is a site plan that is stamped by an Architect, Engineer or Surveyor and requires a higher level of accuracy. Often permitting authorities will require a certified site plan for building additions or lot subdivisions where having "dead on" measurements is a must. It is always best to call your city to verify this prior to ordering a plan. Every city is different but as long as they don't require a certified plan we stand by our work with a money back guarantee.
A non-certified site plan is one that can be created by a homeowner, unlicensed individual, or a company like My Site Plan. We use all publicly available data along with satellite imagery to create a draft which is sent to the client to verify dimensions. If our dimensions need to be adjusted to match your measurements we take care of those free of charge.