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why drawsiteplan

need a site plan for your build project?


If you just found out from your city planning office that you need a preliminary site plan to move ahead with the installation of your prefab shed, swimming pool, or start your garage conversion project, etc., you are in the right place.


As an alternative to hiring an architect or surveyor for your site plan, you can easily order it now, and it will be professionally drawn and downloadable in a day. You will then be able to kick-off that project you have been envisioning, like that new fence you have been on the fence about.


Although we do not drive to your home, and make measurements of your property we are able to meticulously work on extracting the data from multiple sources, which are cross-checked to match and sometimes exceed the accuracy of site plans done the traditional way. Think of how Waze compares to what you used before, like mapquest, if you are old enough. 

Don’t get us wrong, site visits from surveyors are required for many projects, usually of bigger scale, that require a stamp. That’s why we always suggest that you give your city planning office a call to be clear on what they require before you decide to purchase any of our packages.

why drawsiteplan?

Fancy technology like georeferencing, alongside the slightly less fancy assessor’s parcel map records, enables us to render your property site plan, using just your address for coordinates. This saves you from a higher priced service, while you still receive the site plan that will work for your needs. 


For some, the way to go is to draw up your own site plans using DIY software, which is a reasonable option, although not everybody has the luxury of spending all those hours, nor the gumption for this type of activity.  


Right between a superfluous service which leaves money on the table, and roughing it through many hours, consider the offer of our dedicated drawsiteplan team. Because we understand that this new-ish method might make you think twice, we want you to know that you can expect your site plan to be drawn to impress, and as prepped up as can be for its audition with the city planning reviewer.

To this end, while higher levels of accuracy are continuously improved, you can expect transparency regarding the limitations of our work, as may happen given the nature of the technology we rely on for our data. 


Here are some ways our site plans

can help you :


site plans for these outdoor improvements and additions:

  • Decks

  • Sheds

  • Greenhouses

  • Gazebos

  • Sunrooms

  • Foundations

  • Fences

  • Landscaping

  • Prefab modular units

  • Garage conversions

  • Driveway projects

  • Pergolas

  • Carports

  • Swimming pools

  • Porches

  • Barns

  • Patios

  • Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs)

other uses :

  • Homeowners Association (HOA) permits 

  • Property management

  • Demolition permits

  • Conditional Use permits

  • Event logistics

  • Tree removal permits

  • Solar Panel roof placement


for professional needs :

  • Architects

  • Contractors

  • Landscapers

  • Mortgage lenders

  • Real Estate marketers

  • Prefab modular manufacturers


If your business requires expanded rendering services, beyond the set packages, please 


To help you move forward, it’s a good idea to weigh the benefits and drawbacks to make sure drawsiteplan is the right fit for you.

 Here are some pros and cons to keep in mind.


  • Dedicated and highly trained team of architects and designers focus on efficiency, and creating a value product for the various needs of a site plan

  • Maximizing technology and capabilities to help you save a substantial amount of money, compared to the alternative services.

  • Service commitment offers flexibility to work with you on revisions within reach of our capabilities.

  • Commitment to your 100% satisfaction, and if we miss the mark, we promise to make it right, or you will receive a full refund.


  • Because we do not visit your site, the site plans we render are non-certified, or not stamped by an architect or surveyor.

  • Data used for rendering the site plans is provided by reputable third-party sources, and the extent of our accuracy is dependent on their data.

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