Bedbugs confirmed again after a year bedbug-free. Didn't have them in my apartment, but have seen neighbors throwing out furniture over the last year. Don't know if they're getting their apartments inspected and treated.
Anonymous on 06/30/2011
Third incidence of bedbugs since moving in. Still / again very minor infestation according to exterminator - not comforting. Neighbors / other tenants NOT being pro-active.
Anonymous on 01/22/2011
Bedbugs again. Exterminator did his thing late August, and I seemed to be bb free for several months, but now they're back and worse. Over the summer I put info on BB prevention and treatment under door of every apt. A couple of tenants followed up, but not all. Although my LL is responsive I am so frustrated that I wasn't informed of the problem before I moved in. I know that neighbors had this problem up to a year or more prior to my arrival; I now think that the previous tenant in my uni
August 5th, 2010: Found two bedbugs after suspecting bedbugs for 4 weeks; and 3 weeks after a 15-20 minute (!?!?!?!?) inspection by a professional exterminator who "cleared" me on inspection (during which I had to request that he use a flashlight - AND supply one, then had to request that he look at more than the mattress - ie, baseboards & sofa). I hope the exterminators are more thorough at exterminating than at inspecting.
Only moved here in April, never had bb's in previous apt, and a
lthough I love this apt and the neighborhood, was not informed that the bldg had a history of infestation.
On the plus, landlord sent the extermination company's (hapless) inspector immediately for above-mentioned inspection and will be sending someone next week; no delaying / blaming / denying - that is No drama - landlord / management very professional and seem to want to resolve the problems.
I only hope my neighbors are / will be proactive - exterminating only a few apartments randomly will not work. Also - BIG problem with tenants throwing out (and dragging through the halls) infested furniture with no protective covering or warning to potential scavengers.