Pictures taken by the people living in Chaplin House appear to show dead rodents , with residents claiming mice, and more recently rats, have been entering in through the walls since 2011.
Video has also been captured allegedly recording the noises of rodents in the walls.
One resident of the block of flats, Darren Atwood, said he first noticed the problem after moving in six years ago in a shared ownership scheme provided by housing association, Catalyst.
Mr Atwood claims he was told by the housing association to take matters into his own hands, and has successfully used foam and wiring to block rodent entry points.
He said he is still woken up at night by rodents nosily hurrying through the walls.
Mr Atwood called on Catalyst, who he says has recently started to place rodent deterrent by the bin storage area, to fix the problem for good by sealing any entry points for rodents.
The 31-year-old said: "At night we will be woken up at three or four in the morning, you can hear them running around.
"I want them [Catalyst] to seal the buildings in all of the properties.
"I'm still not convinced with the carpets, I don't want my daughter playing on the floor."
He said he caught around 12 rodents each year using traps since he moved in.
Another resident at the block, Zakirya Mohammad, said rodents had also broken the intercom system by chewing through it.
In his own flat he says he has had to block holes in the kitchen area and the bathroom, and claims a neighbour caught 17 rodents in her flat in one year.
The IT engineer, who moved in tot he flats more than two years ago, said: "The rodents have made their way in to the building through the rubbish area.
"We are just trying to keep it as clean as possible."
Ealing Central and Acton MP Rupa Huq has contacted Catalyst in a bid to resolve the problem after Mr Atwood reached out to her.
She said she has been told the matter is being dealt with through a dedicated officer and that she will monitor the progress.
The block of flats in All Saints' Road currently has around 40 flats, which is estimated to be home to around 150 people.
Alan Llorente, neighbourhood experience manager at Catalyst, said: “On behalf of Catalyst, I’d like to apologise to the residents of Chaplin House for the level of discomfort that they have faced.
"We have undertaken a comprehensive action plan to deal with the rodent issue and we are issuing regular updates to our residents.
"Whilst we have already seen a reduction in rodent activity, we are committed to finding a long-term solution and will be closely monitoring the buildings in the future.
“We are committed to delivering a high quality neighbourhood and estate management service to all our customers, and I encourage Chaplin House residents to contact us via Catalyst’s customer service number or through our social media pages if they face any further problems."
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