Elevated Home Inspection

An Elevated Home Inspection is a comprehensive, visual evaluation of a home’s readily accessible systems and components included in the scope of inspection by an InterNachi Certified Professional Inspector. Our valuable home inspection is accompanied by the use of cutting-edge thermal imaging technology to provide you with an additional, unbiased assessment of the condition of certain components of a home.

  • Roof & Chimney
  • Attic, Insulation & Ventilation
  • Exterior, Siding, Trim, Windows & Doors
  • Porch & Deck
  • Basement, Foundation & Crawlspace
  • Structural Components
  • Heating & Cooling System
  • Plumbing System & Fixtures
  • Electrical System & Paneling
  • Interior, Ceiling, Walls & Floors
  • Fireplace
  • Garage & Driveway
  • Built-In Kitchen Appliances

Thermal Imaging

Each Elevated Home Inspection includes an evaluation for possible conditions of your home invisible to the naked eye through the use of state-of-the-art thermal imaging or infrared technology. Infrared scanning is a non-invasive tool that allows the inspector to show customers things about their homes or buildings that can’t be revealed using conventional inspection methods. Conditions like moisture intrusion and certain adverse conditions in electrical systems can be revealed through our thermal imaging service.



Pre-Listing Inspection

A pre-listing inspection from Elevated Home Inspections advises you as a seller or realtor on the condition of your home before you place it on the market. This inspection identifies any aspects of your home needing to be addressed before listing it for sale or establishing an “as is” market value. A pre-listing inspection ensures you know your home’s value in its existing condition and can expedite the time it spends on the market.

Home Maintenance Inspection

A home maintenance inspection is recommended every two years or more frequently if you do not occupy your home year round. This inspection is a non-biased, complete evaluation of the condition of your home and its systems and gives you an advantage in budgeting for repairs. A home maintenance inspection uncovers items that need attention before they become expensive repairs.

New Construction Inspection

A new construction inspection is performed after the completion of construction on a new home before the builder’s pre-final walkthrough. This inspection evaluates the systems and components of a home and their condition. It helps to ensure systems and components are installed and working properly. An Elevated Home Inspections new construction inspection offers you peace of mind before you fully commit to new homeownership.

New Construction Phase Inspection

A new construction phase inspection is an important aid to the home building process. This inspection is performed during three key phases of the construction process: pre-pour or foundation inspection; pre-drywall or framing inspection; final or walk-through inspection. A third-party evaluation of the different phases of construction assists you in verifying that all systems and components are installed properly before becoming inaccessible once construction is complete.

11-Month Inspection

An 11-month, or warranty, inspection is conducted during the 11th month of your 1-year builder’s warranty on your new home. An 11-month inspection from Elevated Home Inspections helps determine if your home and its systems and components are constructed and installed in accordance with generally established practices during construction. It allows you to address any maintenance issues or necessary repairs with the builder before your 1-year warranty expires.

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David Basil

Certified Home Inspector

(970) 427-4123 - Office
(303) 999-5632 - Mobile