I will never understand why there seems to be no end to the whining about the state of the Canadian Home Inspection Industry and its useless Canadian organizations. It certainly is discouraging that Canadian home inspectors have to use the competing** American InterNACHI Message Board** - to vent their frustration about their internal affairs.
It is long overdue to face the fact that Canadian home inspectors have simply failed to organize themselves successfully to protect their own interest. The stereotyped suggestion by some diehard optimists in this business *“to step up to the plate” *to clean up the hopeless mess - is simply illusionary.
The time has come to realize that governmental regulation has unfortunately become the one and only solution to improve the image of the Canadian home inspection industry.
The fact that an ***“American Designation” ***has been accepted by the Alberta Government as proof of competence - is in my view another kick in the face of the no good for nothing CAHPI and its biassed cohorts.
**RUDOLF REUSSE **- Home Inspector since 1976 - Retired