Anonymous on 04/01/2015
My building is a large multi-unit dwelling. In 2010, I had an infestation and lost everything I owned due the management's lack of response. They never returned my phone calls so I had an inspection done that they refused to pay for. I also ended up paying for the extermination in the end because they did not set up an appointment in a reasonable amount of time. Now in 2015, I have yet another infestation. Neighbors have also made complaints, but the management seems to be doing little to co
ntrol or find the source of the problem. It seems that they only treat one apartment at a time, rather than treating surrounding apartments at the same time. Some tenants are apathetic and just live with the bugs. Once again, I am losing my shirt over this. Even if the management covers the cost of extermination, my loss and costs to prepare the apartment are astronomical. The management is very unhelpful. My lease is expiring, so I will be moving out after the treatment. Beware of Savoy Park!
Anonymous on 08/24/2011
2010-11-25 Saw a bedbug in the apartment, confirmed by an exterminator. Management treated that unit, but the exterminator and neighbors confirmed that the entire complex is infested, probably originating from the new hallway carpeting. Heard many reports from neighbors. Management is far from proactive, treating single units as they come up, but never dealing with the source of the problem. Moved out shortly after treatment.
CMB on 12/02/2008
Tonight I found some bedbugs on a throw pillow that I had underneath my bed - I don't use it. I checked my matress and bed frame and found a few. I had noticed last week that I had small blood stains on my pillow and my sheets - I had washed them the week before - but didn't realize that those had come from bed bugs until I read about bed bug bites tonight. I swept up the bed bugs I found and washed everything down with bleach and water. I am going to contact my landlord tomorrow. It's too la
te tonight to try to do any more cleaning or contact management. Needless to say, I won't be sleeping soundly.