You get what you pay for

The seller was offering the cabin for a shockingly low price.

I asked him what the catch was, plus he explained that the previous tenant had been a hoarder, plus the place was still filled with many tons of junk that had been collected over a series of years.

It was worth him selling the place for a song, just so he didn’t have to clean everything up – that’s how nasty it was inside. I took a look around, however thought that for the cheap price I was getting I could handle the physical work of cleaning it out. At that point I did not suppose about the dead creature lodged in the air ducts, even though I would find out soon enough. After I unloaded the cabin itself, I had to dig a little deeper plus get into the attic, the basement, plus the ductwork. I inspected the temperature control, plus took care of it out by trying the heating plus then the air conditioning, both systems engaged, however no air came out of any of the air vents. I dislinkd the grating from the air vents plus saw that the ducts beyond were stuffed full of trash plus expired food. Once I started to empty the air ducts, I came across the first of many dead creatures, which had been lured in by the spoiled food. Some of these mouse plus squirrel carcasses were 2 years old, plus totally desiccated, care about little creature mummies hidden inside the ductwork. If I had it to do over again, I would skip buying this house, even at such a low cost, plus invest the currency into my cabin Heating plus A/C system.


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