A Locally Owned Surveying Business Providing Residential Surveys to Middle Tennessee

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Our Services

Boundary Surveys

  • New Land Owner
  • Installing a Fence
  • Tree Removal
  • Subdividing Land
  • New Property Description
  • Title Company Request

Site Plans

  • Horizontal Property Regime (HPR)
  • New Home Construction
  • Additions, Garages, DADU
  • Pool and Pool House

Septic Surveys

  • Subsurface Sewage Disposal System (SSDS)
  • SSDS Location Maps
  • Updating Septic Areas
  • Creating New Septic Areas

Subdivision Plats

  • Major/Minor Subdivisions
  • Land Swaps
  • Property Line Adjustments

Topographic Surveys

  • Required with Site Plan
  • Architectural/Engineering Design
  • Landscaping Design
  • Grading and Drainage Plans

Construction Staking

  • House Staking
  • Foundation Surveys
  • Septic Area Staking
  • Plot Plans
  • As-Built Surveys

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Brotherton Land Surveying | 256 Seaboard Lane, Suite E-106, Franklin, TN 37067 | Office: 615-939-3419

Glyn Baggett
Glyn Baggett
We have used Brotherton Land Surveying since 2019. Their communication, professionalism and most importantly accuracy has been second to none. We have used them for small and very large projects and never had any issues at all. I would highly recommend Brotherton Land Surveying!
Chris Duncan
Chris Duncan
I have worked with Brotherton Land Surveying (Keith & Carolyn) for years and they have always been 100% on point and I highly recommend them. Thank you Brotheron Land Surveying for helping us and our clients.
Brad Hernandez
Brad Hernandez
Iv worked with Keith now on a couple of projects and I always get a great level of communication and professionalism. He is well versed in his trade and I rely on him often to consult with on projects. It continues to be a great partnership!!
Eddie Martin
Eddie Martin
Very quickly provided survey and first project plan. As codes got more specific, they quickly responded to what was real.
Stormy Mitchell
Stormy Mitchell
Kristie Blasingim
Kristie Blasingim
Keith and his team did a fantastic job for us! We needed help with getting our Williamson County septic application to the finish line and they were extremely helpful, knowledgable and responsive!
Brian Sommer
Brian Sommer
We are so grateful for the knowledge, guidance and skill of Keith and Carolyn with Brotherton Land Surveying (BLS). BLS was introduced to us by our home builder (Superior Custom Homes & Remodeling) when we needed to relocate our previously-approved SSDS Location Map and subdivide the land. Keith guided us along every step of the way. He provided a detailed overview of the process, kept us updated as to next steps, provided accurate turnaround times, answered questions we had (and we had a lot!) and navigated with expertise the thorny process of working with Williamson County Sewage Disposal Dept. Carolyn would go out of her way to meet us to drop off maps needing to get signed. In the process of working with BLS, Keith was able to reconfigure the SSDS Location Map in a way to get us approved for two more bedrooms than previously approved. Carolyn, Keith and the team at BLS really care about their clients. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!!
David Cloyd
David Cloyd
Performed EXCELLENT work on marking an Easement through the midst of a historic multi-generational family location. This work included review of the Easement and Deeds that had been filed with the County decades ago, both of which included descriptions that were slightly conflicting and/or could have been described more concisely, along with an original family survey provided by the elder family member that had possibly never been filed with the County. Keith Brotherton suggested that the only way to resolve the situation was to bring all parties together, which in turn provided a family-owned original survey that turned out to be clear and concise showing the intended layout of the Easement in question, and left no doubt as to how the conflicting Easement descriptions in the county-filed Deeds and Easement should be read. Fine work by Brotherton Land Surveying!
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