Houston's Edge Home inspections

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locally owned home inspection business established in 2009

When it comes to inspecting homes, we hold ourselves to a standard of excellence that we would expect if it were our own property on the line.

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Our Commitment to You: Delivering Comprehensive Home Inspections that Surpass Expectations

At Houston's Edge Home Inspections, we have a strong commitment to providing our customers with the highest level of home inspection services possible. My mission is not just to meet, but to exceed our customers' expectations in every way.

  • Achieveing our goal

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  • How I do it

    To achieve our goal, I have continually looked for innovative ways to improve our inspection techniques.

  • I believe

    by incorporating cutting-edge technology like infrared thermography and Zip Level foundation elevation measurements, we can deliver the most comprehensive inspection reports possible.

Katy home inspector John Fish
  • 13

    Years of Experience

  • Over

    3,000 inspections completed

  • 10

    Year InterNachi member

  1. Construction background

    My introduction to the roofing and remodeling industry came through my uncle, Richard Tyler. During summers and weekends, I worked alongside him where we primarily focused on residential roofing but also took on some commercial projects. Thanks to my uncle's extensive experience in the construction field as a journeyman carpenter, master roofer, journeyman plumber, and journeyman electrician, I was able to learn a lot from him. As I gained more experience, I worked my way up to managing residential roofing crews for my uncle on a full-time basis.

  2. Communication Skills and Problem-Solving Abilities in my Career.

    Following a visit to my mom in Texas, I made the decision to move to the state. Upon arrival, I embarked on my professional journey by securing a job as a barback in a local Houston club. As time went on, I was able to work my way up to the position of the bartender, and eventually, a management position. Working behind the bar taught me invaluable communication skills and helped me become more adept as a people person. As a bartender, I had to work closely with customers every day, listening to their inquiries, and ensuring their needs were met. Moving into a management role helped me even further, as I had the opportunity to work through more complex, interpersonal issues with both staff and customers. The skills I learned while working in the hospitality industry have become highly transferable to my home inspection business. Running a business requires an individual to be an excellent communicator, problem-solver, and a people person, all of which are areas where I have gained substantial experience through my time behind the bar. By utilizing these abilities, I have been able to develop a highly successful home inspection business that emphasizes quality and customer satisfaction. So, working in a bar helped me to develop the essential skills to meet the demands of my current business, and for that, I am forever grateful.

  3. From inexperienced to Pro: My Beginnings as a Home Inspector 

    I obtained my professional home inspector license in 2009 and started out part-time as I had a full-time job. However, as the demand for my services grew, I had to transition to inspecting full-time and worked my other job part-time. Eventually, in 2012, I had to let go of my part-time job to focus fully on my inspection business. With over a decade of experience in providing home inspections, I take pride in assisting home buyers, home sellers, and homeowners in assessing their properties' condition. As a diligent and dedicated inspector, I offer exceptional quality of work and prioritize my clients' satisfaction. As a one-man inspection business, I am committed to serving my local community and providing personalized attention to all my clients.