Tidewater Builders Inc.

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· Daniel Island

Honesty, integrity and quality. Phillip and his staff continue their reputation with another strong showing on our behalf. Look forward to working with them again!a

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· North Myrtle Beach

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· Mt. Pleasant

We absolutely love our new Saussy Burbank home and would recommend them highly to anyone looking to build or buy a new home. They have been and continue to be wonderful to work with and they build a great house and they care about their customer being happy in their new home! Top notch!

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Review of Wade Jurney Homes by

· Bolivia

Wade Jurney made the process simple...period. There was no hassle or back-and-forth. The only issues I have run into are a leaking dishwasher and ants coming in from under the backdoor. The ants were no problem, as a bottle of HomeDefense and some caulk will rid us of these critters. The dishwasher... more

We don't want any grass in the backyard of our new townhome. Need recommendation for brick masons skilled in laying patio pavers to replace sod.
Sep 12, 2016
Donald,  Where is your townhome located? We are located in the Charleston, South Carolina area and would be happy to refer you to high quality masons. Since masonry contractors vary by location, we wo ... read more
Are galvanized nails supposed to be used when nailing studs in a pressure treated sill plate on a slab? or is 3 inch smooth framing nails code?
Jun 10, 2014
As Brittany stated earlier, we only use hot-dipped galvanized in this application. It is not a code issue but it does make a huge impact on quality and what will be seen for years to come.

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