Anonymous on 08/17/2015
My unit has been infested for several months now, since the start of the summer 2015. I was consistently told that my unit was the only one affected, so I must have brought them in, but I overhead the representative from the treatment company say that he had a "couple" of units to work on.
The landlady has been semi proactive about dealing with it, but told me that everything I had already put through the hot dryer could be taken out of the sealed plastic bags, only to tell me two weeks later
that I shouldn't have been told that and I need to put everything through a hot dry again.
Mixed information provided and a long delay between treatment times.
Anonymous on 10/15/2014
October 2013 - Bed bugs were found in several suites on several floors of the building. The bugs were treated successfully in our suite after several visits from pest-control, and regular visits from bug-sniffing dogs were implemented.
Management was good about dealing with the problem, although the building manager at the time passed misinformation along to several tenants, including: that bed bugs can jump (wrong - they are not fleas), and that one should put dirty clothes into the dryer t
o kill bugs prior to washing them (very wrong - for those people without common sense: your dirty underwear does not belong in the communal dryer under any circumstances! Wash your clothes in hot water and then put them in the dryer!)
Anonymous on 06/07/2009
No new cases reported in last five months. Management has responded quickly to past reports with intensive pest control intervention.
Anonymous on 10/03/2008
As of today there are at least 12 cases of bed bug infestation and it continues to be a problem.
Patty Dodds on 08/15/2008
bedbugs continue to be a major problem after an extensive spray and kill plan implemented 9 months ago.