9909 104 St Nw
Edmonton, AB T5K

Found 4 reports:

August 2014 to Nov 1 2014

My roommate and I received a notice that bedbugs had been reported in our building and that sniffer dogs would be coming in to detect any infestations. We were told our suite was clear. About three weeks later after we received the notice we started to notice bites. We never had issues with bites before. I went back to the property manager and he assured me that that we were fine and if we wanted another inspection it would be at our own cost. His rational was that t

he other suites had been treated so if we had them we would have brought them in ourselves.

My roommate and I were certain we had them so we tore our apt. apart until we found one. I contacted the property manager to let him know we needed someone in. He seemed more concerned with who was going to cover the costs.

While my apartment was getting sprayed I had found out that the connecting unit had a bad infestation - to be specific, the connecting wall between his suite and mine which my headboard was against. I had confirmed this detail with the exterminator. The property manager had NOT let this detail out when I contacted him. The exterminator had advised that he made the recommendation to do a precautionary spray in my suite but that the property manager declined the recommendation. Note that these units are owned and the entire time this was happening the property manager did not contact my landlord to advise him of the recommendation.

When my landlord questioned the property manager on the recommendation and requested all documentation on his unit he received a blacked out document so that we could not see the initial recommendation. The property manager refuses to discus any more details with my landlord.

Once our apartment was sprayed we were told we were clear, after one spray. Anyone who has done their share of Googling bed bugs knows this is highly unlikely. It can take months to get rid of the creatures unless heat is used. My roommate and I are still getting bites and feeling hopeless. We've lost faith in the property manager for taking action to rectify other issues and the pest control service they choose to treat the bugs. Until the suites are treated properly the bed bugs will continue to spread.

My roommate and I have decided to move out. Unfortunately, because the situation was not handled properly, we will have to get rid of most of our belongings and furniture as not to bring them into our new home. My landlord now has a vacant suite which he cannot rent out and is afraid that the bugs will keep coming back. Even if he heats the apartment, which can be very costly, his efforts will be undone until he feels comfortable that the other suites are being treated properly. Something needs to be done about this building and how it is managed.

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August 2014 to Nov 1 2014

My roommate and I received a notice that bedbugs had been reported in our building and that sniffer dogs would be coming in to detect any infestations. We were told our suite was clear. About three weeks later after we received the notice we started to notice bites. We never had issues with bites before. I went back to the property manager and he assured me that that we were fine and if we wanted another inspection it would be at our own cost. His rational was that t

he other suites had been treated so if we had them we would have brought them in ourselves.

My roommate and I were certain we had them so we tore our apt. apart until we found one. I contacted the property manager to let him know we needed someone in. He seemed more concerned with who was going to cover the costs.

While my apartment was getting sprayed I had found out that the connecting unit had a bad infestation - to be specific, the connecting wall between his suite and mine which my headboard was against. I had confirmed this detail with the exterminator. The property manager had let this detail out when I contacted him. The exterminator had advised that he made the recommendation to do a precautionary spray in my suite but that the property manager declined the recommendation. Note that these units are owned and the entire time this was happening the property manager did not contact my landlord to advise him of the recommendation.

When my landlord questioned the property manager on the recommendation and requested all documentation on his unit he received a blacked out document so that we could not see the initial recommendation. The property manager refuses to discus any more details with my landlord.

Once our apartment was sprayed we were told we were clear, after one spray. Anyone who has done their share of Googling bed bugs knows this is highly unlikely. It can take months to get rid of the creatures unless heat is used. My roommate and I are still getting bites and feeling hopeless. We've lost faith in the property manager for taking action to rectify other issues and the pest control service they choose to treat the bugs. Until the suites are treated properly the bed bugs will continue to spread.

My roommate and I have decided to move out. Unfortunately, because the situation was not handled properly, we will have to get rid of most of our belongings and furniture as not to bring them into our new home. My landlord now has a vacant suite which he cannot rent out and is afraid that the bugs will keep coming back. Even if he heats the apartment, which can be very costly, his efforts will be undone until he feels comfortable that the other suites are being treated properly. Something needs to be done about this building and how it is managed.

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Tenants in Arms


We got bedbugs September 2008. We found a nice looking blue couch in the loading dock. It appeared abandoned, and as we did not have very much furniture, we decided to take it up to our suite.

About 2 weeks later, I began noticing what I thought was a rash. I went looking, and discovered bed bugs on the couch. Looking under our mattress I found several more. We had a full blown infestation after two weeks.

Three months later, and after FIVE visits from the exterminator, we finally rid ours

elves of these pests.

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