A fair bit, and it will depend on if there are existing survey markers they can locate and work from. Do you have a survey map of the property? What are the approximate linear dimensions and how thick is the vegetation along the presumed lines? Definitely cheaper if they don't have to keep relocating the equipment. It is all based on time which included the drive time from the office to the property and back when I had the west line marked every 100' 2 years ago.I'd like to get the property lines surveyed but I don't know how much that will cost.
Yeah, not a brilliant thought. Maybe she could ask permission from you to repair her fences when necessary.Neighbor to the south says she put up the privacy fence on her side, and wants us to put up a fence facing it... so she can access both sides of her fence to make any repairs needed.