Bed bugs get their name from their habit of feeding on human hosts in bed. They are excellent hitchhikers, easily transported and are found in many different types of dwellings, which makes them difficult to control. Bed bug infestations continue to plague Americans. In fact, 99.6 percent of pest professionals have treated for bed bugs in the past year, according to our most recent Bugs Without Borders survey. For more information on identification, pictures, habits, and recommended products to control this pest click here.

565 Plus XLO

$ 27.68

PT 565 Plus XLO is a non-residual contact insecticide with a slight odor. It is labeled for just about every pest you could have a problem with, including bed bugs. This is also known as Prescription Treatment (PT) 565 Plus XLO.  Size: 20 oz. can of aerosol. 565 Plus XLO is ideal for quick knockdown of listed pests and flushing...

Gentrol IGR Control Concentrate 1 oz Vial

$ 10.08

Gentrol IGR Concentrate travels deep into wall cavities, cracks and crevices, reaching the stored product pests that other treatments miss. Hydroprene, the active ingredient, prevents stored product pest larvae from progressing to the pupal stage of development, so the larvae die before they become breeding adults causing future infestations. Gentrol Concentrate should never be used to eliminate a roach population...

Gentrol IGR Control Concentrate Pint

$ 87.47

Gentrol IGR Concentrate travels deep into wall cavities, cracks and crevices, reaching the stored product pests that other treatments miss. Hydroprene, the active ingredient, prevents stored product pest larvae from progressing to the pupal stage of development, so the larvae die before they become breeding adults causing future infestations. Gentrol Concentrate should never be used to eliminate a roach population...