there is still bed bug in the apt, and there should be a second extermination. The "so call" exterminator, an spanish guy which hired by the owner said the carpet should be remove, the whole building are infested, these bug live under the carpet and lived in side the wall. The second extermination should be done in two week after which is APIRL 24, but there are no info from the owner what so ever, and it has already been two week, and we still getting bit at night.
Anonymous on 04/09/2010
AS SPOKEN ABOUT ON APRIL 3, 2010 AND POSTED AND NOTIFIED TO ALL THE TENANTS ON APRIL 6, 2010 FOR CONFIRMATION THE EXTERMINATION WILL BE TAKEN PLACE ON SAT APRIL 10 @ 10AM!
Anonymous on 04/05/2010
As of April 5th, 2010 this building is still infested. I came across this site reporting the unit I moved into had been infested. When I mentioned this to the landlords, they INSISTED it had been properly exterminated and allowed me to move into an infested building. I am now stuck dealing with this. Three of the 6 units in the building are confirmed badly infested. We've had meeting and numerous phone calls with the landlord and so far we have only been placated verbally but no action has been
taken. Building has been reported to 311. The owners clearly do not take this seriously. I'll write more as things develop.
Bedbugs became an issue in the building in September 2009. Started in one apartment and spread throughout the building. Landlord initially refused to treat and insisted that tenants remedy the problem. He eventually agreed to send an exterminator. Exterminator did not have experience with bedbugs and was using store-bought, not professional, insecticide and the problem did not improve. Landlord sent a different exterminator who appeared to be more qualified, but would report that he had treated
the entire building when he had only treated a portion of it. Landlord refuses to hire a qualified professional to treat the problem, which has spread through all units in the building. Problem has not improved in 3 months of inadequate treatment.