My wife woke up with bug bites across her back. We put all clothes, bed sheets, towels, etc. and put them through the dryer. We put everything in garbage bags and the landlord arranged an exterminator to spray. We haven't had a repeat. Yet..
When we were looking to rent in the area, we were warned about the infestation and encouraged to look elsewhere. We should have listened.
Anonymous on 12/05/2010
Not only having bed bag problems, but also they violate residential laws. They often visit a unit without giving 24 hours notice. Many tenants are leaving because the landlord lady has been very unfair to them.
unknown on 06/17/2010
apartment was infected with bedbugs. thats why we moved out
environmentalist on 05/17/2010
We have little bugs sometimes. But we're not sure if they're bedbugs. They are certainly not ants. They come along every once in a while in the bedroom and kitchen and shoe closet.
Anonymous on 03/18/2010
Yes the other people who have reported this are telling the truth, why would someone lie about being bitten? I support these people and if your not reporting why would you be looking on here? Landlord? Supper? hmmmmm
This building is infested.
anonymous on 02/25/2010
I’m not sure where the other two tenants are getting their information from, but having lived in the building for many years, I have never encountered any bedbugs. This building is extremely clean well maintained.
sick of it on 02/09/2010
This building is infested, do not stay here.
I also have had my unit sprayed several times and am now leaving as I have found more bites on my body again. How ever my unit was free of these pests for about tow months and now it's back. They will not spray other units only the one that has complained so obviously this does not fix the problem at all.
Anonymous on 01/12/2010
I've heard from other tenants too in this building that they have had this problem.
Can you tell me which unit you were in? This way I can avoid it in the future. I know they can travel form one apartment to another but it's probably best to avoid the units where they are known to be (or have been).
Ann. on 12/04/2009
I have lived at 39 Raglan for just over a year now, about 9 months after I moved in I noticed a rash all over my body. I assumed it was hives or stress or a possible new allergie. THIS WAS NOT THE CASE! after having my place sprayed 6 times now I have to move. The super said the first time I had reported this that it had never happend before. After several times speaking with the super I realised I had been falsly told there was no problem befroe me and that SEVERAL appartments had this infestat