South Carolina Safe Home FAQs
As an approved inspector and contractor for the SCSH program, Sea Island Residential has completed a training program,
in addition to holding the appropriate state licensures. We are well-versed in the SCSH program guidelines. If you
don’t see your question below, send us a message!
What Is the South Carolina Safe Home Program?
How Do I Apply for a SC Safe Home Grant?
You have to apply for the grant online at the South Carolina Safe
Home website here. You will need several items to apply, including a copy of your latest 1040 or other income
tax return, a copy of your homeowner’s insurance declaration page, a copy of your county tax assessment, and a SCSH
Inspection Report of your home completed by a participating SCSH Inspector like Sea Island Residential.
Applications are only accepted during the annual grant cycle. You can sign up for email alerts and get
notified when the program reopens!
Does My Home Qualify for SCSH Funds?
SCSH funds may not be used for remodeling, home repair, or new construction.
To qualify for the grant, your home must be located in the coastal region of South Carolina and be owner-occupied, for
starters. You won’t qualify if your home has existing or previous damage. We can help you with the rest of the fine
print when you schedule your inspection!