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By UniverseHatesMe - / Thursday 26 May 2016 10:04 / United States
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At this point, it doesn't seem like they care or want to dissolve the problem using the resources available. It sucks beyond belief, but just now rather than paying for them to get an exterminator, you have to pay for yourself to get one. Nonetheless, it allows you some control of the situation, regardless of how awful it is.

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At this point, it doesn't seem like they care or want to dissolve the problem using the resources available. It sucks beyond belief, but just now rather than paying for them to get an exterminator, you have to pay for yourself to get one. Nonetheless, it allows you some control of the situation, regardless of how awful it is.

Depending on your area, bed bug infestations may have to be reported to the local government. They definitely have to reported to your apartment manager, who the one actually responsible for handling the situation. You may have legal right to sue your neighbor and make him pay for the extermination and any other damages caused.

And once they stop using the fogger, the bed bugs will go back to them. Though I highly recommend you getting an exterminator for your condo and scheduling checks with the exterminator for the next few months. Bed bugs can crawl into baseboards and hibernate for months.

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What? No. Once bed bugs find a new area with a food source they will stay. It's also very likely that at least one of those bugs has been inseminated and will be laying eggs in OPs place. Additionally, they are only likely to hibernate if they have no source of food.

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