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We sure hope you're here to contact us about an old home site that you would like us to checkout. We just love it when that happens! You may also want to read more about us or would like more information about the process and/or safety concerns you might have while permitting access to you land. We have listed some straightforward answers to questions that are frequently asked about permitting access to your land.

If you are on the beach and have lost a special ring and need some help. Please read our recovery policy on lost jewelry below along with some helpful tips on what you should do while waiting for help. We are able to metal detect during the night as well, so if the sun is setting on the beach don't wait until the next day to contact us. The chance of recovery greatly decreases as time passes. This includes items lost above the towel line and in the surf.

There are no guarantees of recovering lost items.
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Lost / Recovery Policy
If you have recently lost an item and seeking immediate help, call 843-450-0902. You may have to leave a message, but someone will return your call shortly.  Claiming a lost item: As you could imagine, we have many folks approach us (while on the beach) asking for help finding something they've recently lost. In most cases this will be a ring or another valuable item. Our policy is to give you our information, and if the item is later found, we will post pictures of it on our social media sites. It is then your responsibility to check our site for your lost item. In some cases we may take a picture of the person in need of help, then later use that as a sure way the proper owner is claiming his/her lost item.
Lost Ring Helpful Tips
- If you have just lost an expensive item on the beach, immediately take note of your surroundings. It is important to know where you are on the beach. Look for landmarks like hotels and beach access areas or private access docks.
- If possible stay in the area you lost the item until someone can help you.
-If someone is metal detecting nearby contact them and tell them what you have lost. They might be inexperienced and without proper equipment, but quite possibly be able to find what you have lost. However, don't put off contacting people that have proper equipment and knowhow.
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