21 Lascelles Blvd
Toronto, ON M5P

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I'd like to take back my post from above. Perhaps the company saw the post and I'm impressed by how quickly they responded. They hired Orkin to treat our entire floor. Since the treatment, I haven't seen a single cockroach.

I'm really happy that they've addressed the problem. The apartments are really nice and in a great location. And knowing that the management is willing to spend a bit more money to completely eradicate the issue is a really good sign. I'd recommend moving into this buildi


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When I moved in to 21 Lascelles, the day before I moved in I saw 4 dead cockroaches in the kitchen. I told the landlord and he said the cleaning lady did a treatment in the apartment. So I began asking about cockroaches and they say they do a monthly treatment, which is great. But the fact of the matter is, we still see cockroaches in our apartment and they only treat the individual units...so unless they do the whole floor/building, it will continue to be a problem.

The company is quick an

d efficient in dealing with problems like this but I'm surprised they haven't insisted on solving the problem fully by finding the nest.. just came home to another huge cockroach in the kitchen. I'm disappointed..for the price f the unit, I'd expect more.

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Lived here for a year and (knock on wood!) No bugs! I saw a centipede once last spring, but it was very humid that day and apparently that attracts them; so I got an air conditioning unit and never saw another critter again! Seems like the building mgmt also take the issue very seriously as well; in the mailroom there are plenty of postings on how to avoid bedbugs. Happy in my little bachelor. Very cozy :) No bug complaints.

No bugs of any kind in my building and I've been here for 3 years. They post informative bulletins on the community board and seem to take bedbugs very seriously.

My partner and I have lived at 21 Lascelles for over 3 years and have never seen anything. NO roaches, bed bugs, mice or anything. I wouldn't worry too much if considering living here.

I'm not connected with this website or any other website. I'm just a bedbug suffer. The website I mentioned is referenced in the "About" page at this site, so I was just trying to make people aware. I'm sorry if that didn't come across. FYI -I won't post here again.

The forum at www.bedbugger.com is better suited to discussions around issues with bedbug treatment and it has lots of knowledgeable participants. Again, I am not affiliated with it in any way.

In the experiences I had with bed

bugs, the most help I got was from fellow suffers.

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Sorry but I assumed this site was to help others and inform them of bed bugs, not to redirect traffic to your website.

Contact your supt immediately. Read Toronto Public Health on bedbugs. Come to www.bedbugger.com to the forum to ask about and discuss bedbugs. This site is for reporting.

I'm not 100% sure but after killing it I quickly googled images of bed bugs and noticed similarities (flat body and same look as a few pictures I found). After looking at photos of baby cockroaches I'm certain it was not one of them.

I haven't informed management about it yet but perhaps I should. I'm wondering if they would deny having any cases of previous outbreaks or if they are legally required to inform tenants (I don't exactly know my rights when it comes to dealing with this sort of t

hing). Any idea on how much fumigation costs?

I will try out some of the remedies you recommended and hopefully that will put me at ease. Thanks for the quick response, definitely helps a lot.

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Just moved into an apartment here a couple days ago, prior to moving to Toronto I heard/read about bed bug issues around. I was worried but did not think much of it because I've never had to deal with bed bugs. Just as I was getting ready to go to bed I went to grab a book from a box on a dresser and I saw one crawling on the lid of the box. Killed it immediately but now I cannot sleep.. I assume that where there is one, there are more? Any specific spots I should be looking to find more? Should

I contact the super about this? Any tips or help would be much appreciated.

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