1175 Haro St
Vancouver, BC V6E

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my neighbours's have a new case of bed bugs. and i am moving soon. there are people moving in and out with suitcases. i was looking for a place and noticed there are many ads on craigslist from people renting out a bedroom or living room. that would explain all the people getting out of taxi's with plastic furniture and suitcases. that is how bed bugs get around. and the new manager doesn't do much. still a problem with large groups living in a small apartment.


There is a new manager but bed bugs are hard to get rid of. and it has nothing to do with being clean. when bed bugs infest a building they are very difficult to get rid of. it is a myth to say only a less tidy person would get bed bugs. and i also saw another mattress. bed bugs spread. they move around the building to clean and dirty suites.


the new manager has been putting a lot of effort trying to get rid of tenants that were not keeping their apartments clean.
however bedbugs are still an issue, last week one of the tenants needed to give away his couch & mattress because of bedbugs.
some disinfection should be done in this building


more mattresses out by the garbage. and a new case. totally gross.


How did I get bed bugs in my house?

Lots of people who find that they have bedbugs wonder where the heck they got them from. There are a couple of common ways you can get an infestation:

1) Living in an apartment. Bed bugs often live or crawl in the spaces in between walls as well, and if your neighbors have them, you could as well. That also can make it harder for you to permanently get rid of them, since you've got a potential source until your neighbors take care of their own infestatio

n.

2) Travel. Many hotels have infestations. With international travel, this is even more likely. Bed bugs will often crawl into your luggage and get carried back into your home, and all it takes is one to get an infestation started there, too.

3) Clothing. Sometimes they get into your house by crawling onto your clothes.

4) Used furniture or clothing.

I have noticed at least 10 mattresses in the garbage. Bed bugs travel.

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How did I get bed bugs in my house?















Lots of people who find that they have bedbugs wonder where the heck they got them from. There are a couple of common ways you can get an infestation:

1) Living in an apartment. Bed bugs often live or crawl in the spaces in between walls as well, and if your neighbors have them, you could as well. That also can make it harder for you to permanently get rid of them, since you've got a potential source until your neighbors tak

e care of their own infestation.

2) Travel. Many hotels have infestations. With international travel, this is even more likely. Bed bugs will often crawl into your luggage and get carried back into your home, and all it takes is one to get an infestation started there, too.

3) Clothing. Sometimes they get into your house by crawling onto your clothes.

4) Used furniture or clothing.

I have noticed at least 10 mattresses in the garbage. Bed bugs travel.

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Think you can't get bed bugs?
Think again! These vicious little critters thrive even in the cleanest environments and plague even the most hygienic people. They have been found everywhere from shacks to fancy, penthouse apartments. Not only can anyone or any place have a bed bug problem, they are notoriously easy to bring home.

"Bedbugs are turning up in hospitals, schools, movie theaters, health clubs. All you have to do to get bed bugs in your home is to pick up a few while you are visiti

ng a place that has them. Or have someone in your home who has them on their clothing. Bed bugs are small and flat, which allows them to hide in almost any seam or crease, and hitchhike, unseen, to your house. They can hide in clothing, furniture, luggage, almost anywhere. It only takes a few transferred from one place to another to really get them going.

Lots of suitcases in this building!

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Dear Crass,

educate yourself. bedbugs are not about cleanliness. They can travel. If one apartment has them, and do not report it, it spreads, they jump on another tenant or their dog, another apartment gets bed bugs. That's a no brainer crass.

And, have you seen the stairwells. There is so much dust, split food, etc, I am surprised there are only bed bugs.


I have been living here for a long time and have not found any bedbug in my apartment. People, maybe depends on YOUR own cleaneliness standards?


Yes, there have been bed bugs in this building, and there are always more old mattresses out by the dumpster. The building is not kept clean enough. Hallways should be sprayed and infected suites need pest control.


I encountered major bedbugs in my apartment and had to throw away my bed. The apartment manager didn't get rid of the problem though because I keep seeing more matresses in the alley behind the apartment







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