Anonymous on 07/03/2015
This complex consists of two buildings, 540 and 542 Rochester Ave, Coquitlam BC. Several units in both buildings have bed bugs. Care pest control is being utilized. I was given a negative report for bed bugs, although the company did a "preventative treatment" of my living room furniture only. Neither bedroom was treated and more than 15 days later, I'm still receiving bites. Performed my own pest control with LOTS of DE...three days later a dead bed bug was found under my bed. Management refuse
s to schedule another treatment and has told me that I'll have to pay for further treatment and inspection if I am not willing to take their word. No copy of the inspection was provided to me (which is against the law). I've experienced the same issues with Care in another residence. Only canines are used, there is no physical visual inspection performed, ever. Received negative reports at this past residence as well, making me question the accuracy and validity of Care's business practices. BEWARE RENTING FROM BELMONT PROPERTIES - THEY DON'T WANT TO SPEND MONEY ON THIS PROBLEM, NOT EVEN PERFORMING FUMIGATION WHEN A SUITE IS VACATED, REGARDLESS OF PAST PET RESIDENCE OR OTHER PEST REPORT. AND YES, THERE ARE MICE HERE TOO!
Anonymous on 06/25/2015
3rd floor, bed bugs in several apartments. CARE pest control has been called in so let's see how effective it will be.
Anonymous on 12/08/2011
I found a bed bug and quickly got rid of the problem. But winter comes, we have a mass infestation of rats and mice in this building.
I infomred the managers several times, but the management changed recently, and they can NEVER be reached.
If you value your health and life, consider some other apartments. You get what you pay for.
Faith on 11/15/2011
So did this get resolved. I'm looking to rent there and now I'm concerned. If someone posts a complaint they should also post an update to be fair and also have current information.
chris on 03/05/2009
Found bed bugs in Nov 08. Started treatment but with not much success. Went on for close to 3 months They kept reappearing shortly after the treatment. Management appared as if they were trying to help but lied to my face telling me that mine was the only apartment with problems. I knew of 3 apartments on that floor that had them.
The problem is they keep it a secret so that people don't panic and so that they don't have to spend money on treatments. It's useless if the apartments affected don'
t do it simultaneously. They move to the neighors and then come back after you've done the treatment. It's never ending. The carpeted hallway never got treated, and the same goes for the laundry room. It will spread to the whole building shortly, and management seems to only care about not spending money and keeping it quiet