Enticed by some provincial advertising and some glossy travel brochures - my wife and I decided to visit Nova Scotia. We therefore crossed the US border in Cornwall - and travelled last week secondary roads through Vermont - New Hampshire and Main on our way to the Maritimes.
Except for the beautiful landscape - many homes and buildings in the little villages and towns along the US route appeared to be in neglected or dilapidated condition - and countless collapsed and abandoned wood frame structures have simply been left behind to obviously rot for years.
I would like to hear from home inspectors who are operating in these parts of the US to find out about the reason for the unpleasant observation.
Rudolf Reusse - Home Inspector since 1976 - Toronto / Canada