Top To Bottom Home Inspection provides the fast-growing Pawleys Island, SC area with professional home and condo inspections. Real estate agents, buyers and sellers alike trust Top to Bottom Home Inspection because our licensed inspectors provide comprehensive, timely reports. Because we understand the real estate closing process often has tight deadlines, we accomodate your needs so you have time to review and make any adjustments necessary.
We are familiar with Grand Strand real estate brokers, agents, attorneys, title companies, and lenders like banks and mortgage companies. We also have a network of trusted home improvements contractors we can tap into if the owners are not familiar with the area and don’t know who to turn to.
Top To Bottom Home Inspection can provide new home construction inspection services as your dream home is being built, then come back later for an 11 month builder warranty inspection. See our services and rates page for a complete list of services available.
No matter if your Pawleys Island home or condo is your permanent residence, rental property or vacation get-away, you can expect affordable, timely and professional services from Top To Bottom Home Inspection.
Interesting Facts About Pawleys Island:
The Waccamaw tribe got its name from the nearby Waccamaw river. The river is referred to by the natives as “coming and going” which influenced their name. These tribes lived off of the land and the sea. They embellished many amenities that it came with, including Oysters. The ocean winds and the abundant source of wildlife made it ideal for these tribes. Even today there is some evidence left such as “middens”, these are huge piles of shells from the oysters that were harvested by these tribes. There are still a few Waccamaw natives left unlike their neighboring tribe, the Winyahs who are completely extinct. The Winyahs inherit their name from the Winyah Bay, an area known for its surplus of wildlife much like Pawleys Island. In the early 1700s the colonists from Europe began to set up markets and shops to barter and sell items with these tribes. This was short lived; soon fights began to break out and many problems arose causing complete destruction of these tribes.
The island became a refuge from summer mosquitoes because of common windy conditions. The town’s namesake George Pawley owned the island during the colonial era, and sold portions of it to other planters seeking to escape malaria.
Owner John Pate has a strong background in the construction and real estate industries. Plus, his association with realtors, lenders and real estate attorneys gives him a broader view of the business than most.
John’s commitment to the Myrtle Beach-Horry County area is evident in the more than 100 5 Star Reviews and numerous referrals the company receives. He takes time to explain the inspection results contained in Top To Bottom’s comprehensive report, most of which are provided the same day of the inspection.
Stephen Blyth provides home and condo inspections, as well as new construction inspections during and before occupancy.
He is a successful home builder and holds an Unrestricted Supervisors license in Massachusettes. Steve holds a septic installers license in NH. I am very familiar with the permitting process for various projects to include Conservation and planning Board agenda’s. Also competent in heavy equipment projects and road construction. NH Home Inspector LIc #00546, South Carolina Home Inspector Lic# 49232, Licensed NH Real Estate Sales person. Published in “Property Value Maximizer” by Rymor Publishing Group. Inter Nashi certified. PTAP member(State of NH).Commercial drone license. As a home builder I possess all skills necessary in interior carpentry, cabinetry, rough framing and all facets of construction, along with the knowledge of current code requirements and reading blueprints