Boundary pegs are placed when a new boundary is created as part of a subdivision. Over time they are often buried, or destroyed, or eventually they just rot away.
If you are no longer able to find your boundary pegs, or you are unsure where your property boundary is, we can research the old survey records and undertake a survey to find or replace them for you.
This is frequently necessary when houses are built, or extended, or when fences are erected.
Alternatively, it may be necessary when properties are sold or they have been purchased without a clear idea of their actual extent.