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Residential and Commercial Inspection Services

At Cain Superior Inspections, we strive to educate buyers on each aspect of their new investment. Our team understands that the home buying process can be a stressful time, so we are here to put your mind at ease by offering honest and professional evaluations. 

We offer home inspection services to San Angelo, TX and the surrounding communities in the Concho Valley. 

Who we are

Meet Zack, he was born and raised in San Angelo, Texas. He has a background in Home Improvement, Commercial Property Maintenance, Construction, and Oilfield Housing Development. Extensive training is required to become a Professional Inspector, requiring knowledge of over 150 years of home building techniques. Therefore, it is highly recommended to get your home inspected by a professional. Zack decided to get into the home inspection industry because he enjoys helping and educating people on their new or current investment.

Cain Superior Inspections is owned and operated by Zackery Cain, he is a Professional Home Inspector, Licensed under the Texas Real Estate Commission 

” We Speak House” By telling the story of the home where facts are the only thing that matters.

Word of mouth has always been the greatest return of growth. Which is why we appreciate you telling people about your experience with us. Our goal is complete customer satisfaction.

What people are saying

Home Inspections

Pool Inspections

Phased Construction Inspections

Below are a few photos of issues we have found!

Frequently Asked Questions for Realtors, Sellers and Buyers.

Having the property ready for an inspection can prevent unnecessary delays. For liability reasons, inspectors do not move personal property. Most inspectors will charge an additional fee if they return to the property to inspect items that were not accessible or if the utilities were off.
The seller should confirm that:
  • All utilities (electric, water, gas) are on
  • All pilot lights are lit
  • All locks are removed or unlocked from areas that may prohibit inspector accessibility such as attics, doors, etc.
  • Attic access is clear
  • Crawl space (if provided) access is clear
  • Electrical panels are accessible and not locked
  • Water heater is accessible
  • Furnace is accessible
  • Cooling system is accessible
  • Built-in kitchen appliances are accessible and ready to operate
  • Pets are secure

If you are considering selling your home, a pre-listing inspection will point out any potential problems that might be uncovered later by the buyer’s inspector. Finding them early will allow you to address them before listing your home, making for a faster and smoother sale.

Our report will tell you the condition of the house, including the needed repairs. No house is going to be perfect, and no inspector is going to be perfect. It is up to you to decide how any problems the inspection uncovers might affect your purchase decision. If major problems are discovered, you or your agent may want to negotiate with the seller to have them repaired before closing the deal. Or perhaps the seller will lower the price or offer more favorable contract terms. In the end, the decision rests with you, but knowing about potential problems before you buy, gives you the power to negotiate and make the best decisions.

Whether you’re a newer realtor or a seasoned professional, we strive to be on the list of inspectors you recommend to your clients. We value word of mouth recommendations between agents and always work toward the common goal of a smooth transaction, rising to meet expectations of home buyers and agents while staying within the parameters of a fair and objective inspection report.

Property inspection fees depend on a variety of factors, including: square footage, age of the home, number of heating and air conditioning units, and location. A ballpark figure on an “average” property starts at $375 for a 1500 square foot and less single story slab-on-grade home. Commercial properties sometimes undergo a bidding process depending on the time-frame available and can have multiple options in the bid. Contact us for an accurate quote.

Infrared Thermal Imaging

Infrared thermal imaging gives the ability to see things that are not visible to the human eye. The infrared camera detects and measures the temperature of objects giving an idea of what may be hidden behind walls or ceilings. 

What this gives is clues to water leaks that may otherwise go undetected. It can also reveal missing insulation, air leaks in walls, HVAC leaks, or electrical hot spots. 

While we use thermal imaging when needed on inspections.  We do offer it as an additional service with pictures included for a thorough scan of the home to help identify other issues that are not traditionally found during normal inspections. 

Please contact us for thermal imaging inspection services. 

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Infrared Thermal Imaging

Swimming Pools

Spa/ Hot Tubs

Termite Inspection Scheduling (Through our partnership with Circle H Pest Control)

Individual Inspections (Electrical, Plumbing, Foundation, Roof)

Irrigation System Inspection

New Construction Inspections Including Pre-Drywall and Pre-Pour Foundations

11 Month Warranty Inspections

Multi-Unit Housing Inspections

Condo Inspections

Commercial Inspections

Manufactured Home Foundation Engineering Certifications.
See information about this towards the bottom of the site.

Please Contact Us for Pricing.

We believe home ownership is a big part of American Family Values. God Bless America and our Troops.

Home Inspecting

We understand how important safety is to your family and pets. The biggest importance of home inspections is the safety aspect. We absolutely put safety concerns as our top priority.

Home inspections are beneficial for buyers and sellers. It can be very nerve wrecking buying or selling a home especially when taking your first leap into home ownership.

Please note homes do NOT “Pass or Fail” Inspections. Every home has deficiencies, often they are minor but sometimes more pressing issues arise. Any issue found during an inspection is required to be reported under TREC SOP’s regulations. Some homes have more issues than others. Often in aging neighborhoods many homes will have similar issues if they haven’t already been corrected.

Our job is to provide facts and opinions thru our knowledge base and resources. Thus, giving an honest report of the conditions for the buyer to understand the homes story. Our client is you, the buyer, we do not work for the realtor, but our professional relationship with realtors is a huge part of our success and business. 

You’re welcome to join for the inspection process, it takes anywhere between two to four hours. Be mindful we are busy working, so often we will be running in circles around the home looking things over multiple times. We highly suggest the buyer come towards the end of the inspection so we can do a walk through and explain our findings. This can help you understand what we’re talking about so it’s not completely foreign. 

We strive to send the client the full inspection report within 24 hours following the inspection. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.


We offer consulting services to our commercial clients that have specific needs. Any information about a  property that you or your clients may need we will gather field data, photos, and any other property specific information that will be needed.

Office buildings, Warehouses, Storage facilities, Motels, Apartments, Restaurant Buildings and more! 

A large part of the home inspection is understanding what is and what isn’t included. Here’s a helpful graphic that shows you what’s covered in a home inspection.


What is included in a home inspection?

Manufactured Home Foundation Certifications

If you are buying or selling a manufactured home, then most likely a foundation certification will be required. For all FHA and VA loans, an engineer’s foundation certification is required that states that the home is placed on a permanent foundation that complies with the “HUD Permanent Foundation Guide for Manufactured Homes”, dated 1996 by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).