living on 8th floor, only there for 2 months now. bed bugs have infested my matress and possibly my couch. I am moving out asap and will have to dispose of those valuable items. Property mgmt is abysmal and doesn't meet any commitments.
Don't move to 87 Jameson. I should have checked this registry before moving in, and now I will be very worried about having bed bugs move out with me.
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Anonymous on 09/04/2012
I recommend never living in this area ever. I had a terrible cockroach problem to which the landlord never promised to fix anything. Not to mention i was promised to have my countertop replaced before i moved in. It took them a month to fix it. I was given no notice to when they were coming either. When the countertop was being removed, it was infested with cockroaches that were massive in size. Terrible neighborhood, terrible apartments, and terrible management.
Anonymous on 11/09/2011
I have been living at 87 Jameson for almost 4 years now. AND ITS A DISASTER! Its like living with the bugs and roaches. At first it wasnt that bad. but a year later my family started getting those red WE HAVE SPRAYED INSECTICIDE THREEE TIMES NOW and there isnt any difference. ITIS NOT EASY TO LIVE LIKE THIS.. DO NOT EVER EVERRR MOVE INTO 87 JAMESON AVENUE. I AM TELLING THIS FROM MY EXPERIENCE
Anonymous on 08/31/2011
is there a rule that we are only allowed to post once? if so, I apologize. I posted here, because people need to stop playing the blame game and start doing their part. It's not fair that a building can pay approximately a thousand dollars a unit for treatment, and then the tenant goes down to the laundry room and leaves their laundry in the corner for a couple of hours (I see this constantly)and wonder why their unit is re-infested. Before I moved into my unit..I steamed and caulked all the bas
eboards. Removed the electrical plates and steamed,I caulked around pipes. I don't have a single bed bug or cockroach for that matter..and my apartment was over run with roaches.
Recent posting on 3 different locations. This is a site for reporting bedbugs. If you want to be part of discussion on bedbug prevention, come to the forum at www.bedbugger.com. The link is on this website under "About".
People do not necessarily bring in bedbugs. Once bedbugs infest a building, they can travel to neighbouring units by crawling in the ductwork and along electrical wires. They have been documented going under an apt door, walking down the hall and going under the door of a
nother unit down the hall. Basically, people can get bedbugs from leaving in a unit in a building that already has bedbugs. That's why it is a joint responsibility - the landlord pays for the cost of the treatments and the tenant cooperates by preparing the unit etc. This is because the landlord essentially has a responsiblity to protect tenants from getting bedbugs from their neighbours.
Why is it that tenants are so quick to blame the building for their problems with bed bugs? I have lived in the Parkdale Community for 30 plus years and have never had bed bugs (and yes they are in my apartment building), you know what the secret is? don't bring home other peoples discarded furniture, don't leave your laundry in the laundry rooms for hours, or leave it on the floor until you return, and when your building comes to treat the bed bugs..DO YOUR PART! make all the suggested preparat
ions, and clean all your clothes etc. I think it's a shame that owners are lumbered with the cost of bed bug treatments when they were not the ones that brought them into the building.
I live at 87 Jameson...been there for almost a year and I am counting down the days to leaving. My first month I noticed roaches. It started with every now and then I would see one. A couple months later I would see them in the hallways, the elevator, the laundry room...pretty much everywhere. 7 months is when the bed bugs started. I put in 3 requests before the landlord came in and sprayed. They gave me practically no notice before they came in to spray and told me that they could not re-schedu
le the spraying. So I had to make extreme last minute arrangements. The building is littered with bugs. Do not move into this apartment building!
I live on 2-nd floor, every unit is infected. Supers are liars, when you tell them about bed bugs running as horses in the hallways trying to get to your unit, they make round eyes saying - Oh, really , that's probably roaches!
When somebody throw mattresses , some idiots bring them back in.
Never lease at Jameson Ave.( Metcap mngnt), because bed bugs settled here forever.
Bitten on 08/22/2009
August 23rd, 2009 , 87 Jameson. I live on the 6th floor of this building and am moving out in ten days because of a bad bedgug infestation. It started in my matress, then moved onto my couch and I am now sleeping on the floor! I've had my apartment sprayed twice but it did nothing and my landlords were very unsympathetic to my ordeal. During the bug spraying I had to vacate with my cat, take a cab to a friends house for the day and then repeat it two weeks later. Now they want me to do it again
even though I have no time off to uproot my cat again before i move out. I don't understand why they can't just wait until i have moved out of the apartment to do a proper extermination when it is emtpy but I believe they already have a new tenant moving in! I really feel sorry for them! I have already been so inconvenienced with sleepless nights and welts all over my body! I have to throw out my matress, bedframe, new couch, books, pillows, blankets, clothes and so much more! I'm terrified of bringing more bugs into my new apartment! There are many others in this building who are dealing with this and the exterminators are parked in our parking lot on a weekly basis! Please don't move here! I would not wish this upon anyone!