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King Tide Inspections

Juneau's Home Inspector


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Professional Home Inspection Service with Years of Engineering Experience

Whether you're embarking on the journey of buying a new property or preparing to sell your current one, it marks a significant life decision filled with excitement. Although such financial choices can be daunting, a high-quality home inspection serves as a crucial tool to guide you through the process. We empower our clients with a deep understanding of a property's material condition, ensuring they begin their real estate journey confidently.

Edward, an experienced engineer since 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, has overseen the maintenance and operation of over 1 million square feet of buildings on a sprawling 100+ acre facility. His extensive background includes managing various aspects of commercial construction projects, from HVAC replacements to industrial steam system repairs. Our mission is to provide you with the knowledge necessary to make informed decisions about your property or potential purchase.

Should you have any inquiries or require further information, please don't hesitate to contact us at 512-693-9707. Your peace of mind is our priority.

Inspection Service Offerings


Pre-Warranty Inspection
Single/Multi System Inspection


Bank Draw Inspections

Commercial Inspections

Note each inspection report may vary in content and checklist items


As houses can greatly differ in their characteristics, please click here to fill out the contact form or contact us via text/email to request a customized quote for our services. Our pricing is determined by three key factors:

1.) Square Footage: The size of the property directly impacts the duration of the inspection process.

2.) Foundation Type: Properties typically feature either pier and beam or slab-on-grade foundations, with pier and beam inspections requiring additional time due to crawlspaces.

3.) Property Age: Older homes often exhibit more discrepancies, as what was considered acceptable when they were built may not meet current building codes and standards.

What is inspected

-Roofing System
-Structural Systems
-Electrical Systems
-HVAC Systems
-Plumbing Systems
-Built-in Appliances
-Interior (walls, doors, floors, ceilings)
-Exterior (windows, siding, doors)

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