What should I do regarding my apartment if it has fleas in the carpet?

Question Details: I recently moved into an apartment and noticed fleas in the carpet and have gotten bitten by some already. I let the property manager know of the situation. The complexes have exterminators every Friday that enter apartments with bug issues. I however do not want to wait that long as fleas are a big pain. I haven't even moved my furniture in due to not wanting fleas to lay eggs there. Looking up some information of fleas it seems there might always be an issue if not property taken care of especially in their different stages. I was thinking about 3 options - 1 being buying own supplies like baking soda, vacuum, flea bombs to kill the fleas and asking the manager to refund my money; 2 being asking the manager to replace the carpet; or 3 being asking the manager to switch apartments this would be last choice as I moved in most of my stuff to the apartment already. What do you recommend?

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