Fair Prices

You don’t have to pay exorbitant pocket gopher review prices.  In many cases, people don’t want to commit to a full pocket gopher review study–especially if they are just considering a land purchase or want to know if a building project is feasible.  We can help you at all stages of the process–and we’ll never pressure you to contract us for more than what you want.  And because we bill separately for each step of a full review, you can actually save money by completing only the steps you need!

Our 2019 Schedule of Services is available below.  If you have any questions, please contact us by filling out our Quote Request Form, sending email to info@pocketgopherreview.com or by calling (360) 836-1044 and leaving a message with your name, phone number, and a good time to call back.

2019 Schedule of Services

SERVICECOSTWHAT YOU GET
Initial Feasibility Study$50Initial report on a tax parcel based on federal, state & county databases and geographic information systems (GIS). Often enough to determine whether the county will require a full survey and why. $50 fee may be credited towards an On-site Consultation or your First Full Survey Visit.
On-site Consultation$200Includes Initial Feasibility Study. On-site consultation includes a custom report on the site's specific features and preparation requirements in advance of a full survey. $200 fee may be credited towards a First Full Survey Visit.
First Full Survey Visit$450 (up to 5 acres)
+$50 per additional acre
[add $50 per acre of rough or steeply sloped terrain]
Complete pocket gopher survey and report written to federal, state, and county specifications with required GPS/mapping records. If evidence of pocket gopher activity is observed, this will be the only survey required.
Follow-up Survey Visits$400 (up to 5 acres)
+$40 per additional acre
[add $50 per acre of rough or steeply sloped terrain]
When gopher activity is not detected on the first survey, federal regulations require Follow-up Survey Visits at least 30 days apart. These visits are identical to the first visit in terms of field observations and reporting.