For the past 2.5 years I had not ONE single bedbug or any bug at ALL!
They had a Bed Bug sniffing dog come into my unit and I was told I was ok and the dog detected ZERO bedbugs. NOW I have gross amount of bedbugs that infested in my BED!
THEY PROMISED ME THAT THEY'RE TAKING PREVENTATIVE MEASURES TO MAKE SURE THERE ISN'T A PROBLEM! I WAS PEREFECTLY OK UNTIL THIS GOD DAMN FLEA BAG CAME INTO MY PLACE!
DO NOT MOVE IN HERE! THEY SAY THEIR DOING RENOVATIONS BUT WHAT IS HAPPENING IS THE BEDB
UGS ARE SCATTERING TO OTHER UNITS AS QUICKLY AS THEIR EGGS ARE HATCHING! YES F'N HATCHING!
THIS IS AN OLD BUILDING AND THE PROBLEM WILL CONTINUE TO GROW! ALSO I FOUND A DEAD BED BUG UNDER THE BATHROOM SINK!
That's right! On behalf of the new landlord, Briarlane has completed canine inspections in all units, preventative pest (including bed bug) treatment in all units and treats units with bed bug issues on an individual basis. Please contact your Superintendent if you have any concerns.
Anonymous on 10/11/2012
I have just received a notice that there will be canine inspections on Oct 11 and 12, 2012, followed by peventive treatments and full scheduled treatments is required
Anonymous on 07/05/2012
Anonymous, you're posting on the wrong forum. This is about bed bugs. Complain about the superintendent to building management if you have a concern.
Anonymous on 06/17/2012
this is a good building to live in but one negative thing about this building is it's superintendent, Manuel! He is rude and lazy! i always see him smoking or lounging around in the building! i also find it unfair that his apartment has a LAUNDRY WASHER and everyone else is not allowed!
iP on 12/03/2011
The case of bedbugs @ 800 Richmond St. West seems to be resolved. Management paid for repeated treatments (as is required by law) without any fuss. However, an area that could use improvement is that there seems to be little knowledge about bedbugs within management ranks. Information should be given to *all* residents to better prevent and contain bed bug infestations in the future.
For now, this case is solved.
iP on 11/01/2011
The unit on the 14th floor continues to have bed bugs despite several treatments. Either the bugs are coming in from another neighbouring unit that has not reported it or they are pesticide resistant.
It seems that others have them but have not reported their cases: discarded entire bedroom sets in good condition have been found in the dumpster.
Management has been quick to address the situation but seems oblivious of how to deal with bed bugs, completely transferring the responsibility
to the pest control company who appears to be a pesticide company, not a bed bug specialized company. Spraying pesticides is not enough.
Write to your management to demand that they put together an action plan to inform all residents on educating themselves on the signs of bed bugs and reporting any suspicious signs immediately. Information is vital in defeating this pest.
Hi, I was wondering if there were any updates on this. Does anyone know if the problem was taken care of or whether it has spread?
Anonymous on 09/19/2011
i was informed that an apartment on the 14th floor has been confirmed as having bed bugs. Apparently it's localized to that unit, and has been sprayed...we'll see. I'll keep you posted if any other reports emerge.