At Tideland Inspections, we are the trusted home inspector for the Daniel Island SC area. With 20 years’ experience in the building and remodeling industry, we understand the importance of a well-built home and its systems. As InterNachi Certified and Monroe CRT infrared thermography certified, licensed and insured, we have the experience and knowledge our customers rely on. Each client we work with is guaranteed to receive a thorough and reliable inspection.
We use advanced equipment to inspect all areas of the home. We invite you to join us to learn more about the home’s structure and its systems. All of our findings will be sent via email in an easy-to-read report. For areas of concern, we will add images for further explanations. We understand you may still have questions after the inspection. We are available to answer your questions and address any concerns 24/7!
During your home inspection, you want a certified inspector who understands the inspection process. At Tideland Inspections we know the importance of a thorough inspection. We won’t leave any area of the home untouched or untested. On the exterior, we will look at the grading of the property and water drainage, as well as driveways and all walkways. We inspect the roof, drainage, and chimney. Inside, we inspect all home systems including plumbing, electrical and HVAC to make sure they are working correctly. Even every outlet will be GFCI tested! Every door, window, and room of the home will be looked at – even the areas that are unfinished to give you peace of mind knowing every inch of the house has been inspected!
The warranty inspection provides added security that any issues that may have come up through the year will be discovered during this home inspection so they can be repaired by your builder. Our warranty inspection covers the entire home and property. Now that you’ve been in the home, there may be more items that you’ve noticed or would like to have inspected. Call us today and we can schedule your warranty inspection to have your builder make any repairs before the one year is over!
To prepare your home to go on the market and for a quicker sale, we suggest a pre-listing inspection. This is an important step to have any repairs or areas of concern examined now. By addressing any issues now, as the seller you can make repairs these areas raise concern with potential buyers. You’ll save time by helping to move the sale process along faster.