4630 My son had to move from one apartment to another. He bought a used couch and checked it out real good before bringing it to his old place. They had it for two months. all was good. We move him to his new apartment. He had to clean it before he moved in. after a few weeks his girlfriend was getting bit. His 8 month old daughter and himself were not bitten. He checked the bed, which is brand new and it had bedbugs. They saved them. Girlfriend takes Daughter to moms and my son asked the landlord to do something. They gave him a bag and vacuum cleaner. he never had any issues before. They were even visiting us just after move in with no issues either. After he cleaned the whole place as much as he could the girls came home and she gets bit again from the couch this time. Why does the landlord not want to help? This building is in a group of them on Mornington Ave in London. It’s really dirty, but it’s the only place a one income can go. any help would be appreciated .
We do not like to offer advice on what could be a legal issue. Getting rid of bed bugs is not an easy task for amateurs. The landlord should probably hire a pest professional service to eliminate the problem. If there is no cooperation you could report the issue to the local health department and a government landlord-tenant agency.