The Kingston lady has had several unwanted guests over the past few months. Her rental Her unit is infested with ants, which are usually summer pests.
“It sucks… Jade Farrington talks about his living situation.
Moving can be difficult, but the insects Farrington has been dealing with since July have made things even worse.
“It’s been going on since we moved in, and it hasn’t gotten any better,” she said.
She tried to deal with it herself with spray, but when that didn’t work, she contacted the building management.
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“There’s a lot of responsibility that it’s my unit. No one in the apartment has any problems,” Farrington said.
But speaking to other tenants like Judge Scott, that doesn’t seem to be the case
“There are black things that look like carpenter ants,” said Scott.
And according to him, the list goes on.
“There are pharaoh ants, Chinese ladybugs, and yellow sax spiders.”
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Patry Inc., the building’s manager, said it had attempted to address this issue as well, but was no match for the six-legged creatures, and a third-party pest control company surveyed the seven units on November 16. hired .
Meanwhile, Farrington had to get creative with preserving his food.
“We had to graduate from storing food in all sorts of Tupperware containers that we had to buy to store pasta,” Farrington said. Boxed or bagged pasta can’t be stored in cupboards, so just keep it in the fridge.”
According to Patry Inc., Kingston’s real estate standards department is aware of the situation and is pleased with their efforts and hopes to get rid of Farrington’s unwanted guests once and for all.
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